The FP-45 or Liberator pistol, also known as the "Woolworth gun" was made by the Inland Guide Lamp Division of General Motors. It was designed to be dropped behind enemy lines to give the resistance groups a way to arm themselves with better weapons taken from the enemy. In eleven weeks, 1,000,000 FP-45s were produced at a rate of one every 6.6 seconds. Since it takes 10 seconds to load and fire the FP-45, it was the only pistol in history that took less time to manufacture than fire! Unfortunately, these guns did not see much use and most were destroyed after the war.