|ARTISAN-P Midsummer's Dream|
|Place of origin||22x20px Imperium Skandinavisk|
|Used by||22x20px Imperium Skandinavisk Skandinavisk Bakkestryker|
|Manufacturer||Artisan at Karlstad|
|Feed system||12 round detachable box magazine|
The ARTISAN-P Midsummer's Dream (Designation: APMD-06) is a unique pistol created by the firearms firm Artisan AB. The Midsummer's Dream is a semi-automatic handgun that fire's in a special sequence created in synchronization with Felix Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" in C major. The handgun uses 10mm hollow point rounds, and has a magazine size of 12 bullets. The handgun is embroidered with a golden royal crest at the beginning of the barrel, near the top of the butt. The use of the handgun is limited to the top 40 members of the Bakkestryker, and only forty of the guns were known to have been produced. They were released to the Bakkestryker in 2007, and the order of 40 was completed on January 7th, 2010.
The Midsummer's Dream is only given to persons of high stature within the Bakkestryker, but three have been awarded to Steven Tolgfors, Cecilia Norsjov, and Konge Mathius II. The Midsummer's Dream is not available for public purchase.