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Submachine guns of Croatia

                                               

Submachine guns of Denmark

                                               

Submachine guns of Finland

                                               

Submachine guns of France

                                               

Submachine guns of Italy

                                               

Submachine guns of Mexico

                                               

Submachine guns of Romania

                                               

Submachine guns of Russia

                                               

Submachine guns of Switzerland

                                               

Submachine guns of the Soviet Union

                                               

Submachine guns of Yugoslavia

                                               

Heckler & Koch submachine guns

                                               

Trejo pistol

The Trejo pistol, also known as the Trejo machine pistol, is the smallest fully automatic weapon ever made. Not well known in the United States, it was quite successful in Mexico, with over 16.000 examples manufactured by Armas Trejo S.A. between ...

                                               

Spectre M4

The Spectre M4 is an Italian submachine gun that was produced by the SITES factory in Turin. It was designed by Roberto Teppa and Claudio Gritti in the mid-1980s. Production in Italy ceased in the year 1997, with the closure of SITES, but proceed ...

                                               

Mendoza HM-3

The HM-3 is a submachine gun of Mexican origin chambered in the 9mm calibre and, since 2011, in.380 ACP caliber for private security forces, from a magazine fed from the grip, much like the Uzi. This sub-machine gun is manufactured by Productos M ...

                                               

Type 64 submachine gun

The Type 64 submachine gun is a submachine gun of Chinese origin. Designed for silent operation, the Type 64 has an integral suppressor making the weapon considerably quieter. The weapon is a magazine-fed selective-fire submachine gun using a clo ...

                                               

Type 85 submachine gun

The Type 85 submachine gun was developed during the early 1980s as a less expensive replacement for the Type 79 submachine gun, as well as a silenced version to replace the Type 64 submachine guns which were in service with the Peoples Liberation ...

                                               

Armaguerra OG-43

The OG-43, designed by Giovanni Oliani in the factory based in Cremona named Società Anonima Revelli Manifattura Armiguerra, was an advanced submachine gun, designed for compactness and ease of mass production. It is part of a family of weapons p ...

                                               

Austen submachine gun

The Austen was a 9×19mm Australian submachine gun derived from the British Sten gun developed during the Second World War. In total 19.914 Austens were produced during the war by Diecasters Ltd of Melbourne and W. T. Carmichael Ltd of Sydney.

                                               

Beretta M12

The Beretta Model 12 is a 9×19mm Parabellum caliber submachine gun designed by Beretta. The production started in 1962, the first users were the Italian Carabinieri and the Italian State Police even though in limited number, only in 1978 it was w ...

                                               

Beretta Model 38

The MAB 38, Modello 38, or Model 38 and its variants were a series of official submachine guns of the Royal Italian Army introduced in 1938 and used during World War II. The guns were also used by the German, Romanian, and Argentine armies of the ...

                                               

Brugger & Thomet MP9

The Brugger & Thomet MP9 is a machine pistol designed and manufactured by Brugger & Thomet of Switzerland. The MP9 is a selective-fire 9×19mm Parabellum caliber machine pistol. It uses 15, 20, 25, and 30 round transparent polymer detachable box m ...

                                               

Carl Gustaf m/45

The Kulsprutepistol m/45, also known as the Carl Gustaf M/45 and the Swedish K SMG, is a 9×19mm Swedish submachine gun designed by Gunnar Johnsson, adopted in 1945, and manufactured at the Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfaktori in Eskilstuna, Sweden. T ...

                                               

Erma EMP

This article is about the Erma machine pistol gun, not to be confused with the Bergmann MP-35 or the Austrian MP34. The German machine pistol EMP also known as MPE was produced by the Erma factory, and was based on designs acquired from Heinrich ...

                                               

F1 submachine gun

The 9×19mm Parabellum F1 was a standard Australian submachine gun manufactured by the Lithgow Small Arms Factory. First issued to Australian troops in July 1963, it replaced the Owen machine carbine. Like the Owen, the F1 had a distinctive top mo ...

                                               

FBP submachine gun

FBP is a 9 mm submachine gun originally developed from a design first conceived in 1940 by Gonçalves Cardoso, an officer of artillery in the Portuguese Army. The onset of World War II halted development of the weapon, which was further modified a ...

                                               

Floro MK-9

The Floro Mk. 9 is a submachine gun designed by Floro International Corporation of the Philippines. The Floro Mk. 9 submachine gun is a private venture of Floro International of Tanay, Rizal Province in the Philippines. The weapon is being market ...

                                               

Gevarm D4

                                               

Interdynamic MP-9

The Interdynamic MP-9 is a blowback-operated, fully automatic 9 mm caliber firearm, classified by BATF as a submachine gun. It is made of inexpensive molded polymer and stamped steel parts. 10-, 20-, 32-, 36- and 50-round magazines are available. ...

                                               

Jatimatic

The Jatimatic is a Finnish 9 mm submachine gun developed in the late 1970s and early 1980s by Jali Timari. The submachine gun made its debut in 1983. The Jatimatic was manufactured in very limited numbers initially by Tampereen Asepaja Oy of Tamp ...

                                               

JS 9 mm

The JS 9 mm, also known as the CS/LS2, is a commercial export version of the QCW-05. It is a suppressed submachine gun developed by the Jianshe Industries Corporation of Chongqing. The JS 9 mm is capable of using any 9×19mm round, including the p ...

                                               

KP m/44 submachine gun

The KP m/44, nicknamed "Peltiheikki" or "Pelti-kp", which could be translated as "sheet-metal Heikki" and "sheet-metal machine pistol"/"sheet-metal submachine gun" respectively, was a Finnish 9mm copy and modification of the Soviet mass-produced ...

                                               

Lanchester submachine gun

The Lanchester is a submachine gun manufactured by the Sterling Armaments Company between 1941 and 1945. It is a copy of the German MP28/II and was manufactured in two versions, Mk.1 and Mk.1*; the latter was a simplified version of the original ...

                                               

Maschinenkarabiner 36

The M.K. 36 represents one of the early attempts to build a submachine gun for widespread issue to infantry troops. M.K. 36s feature a full-length rifle-style furniture, provisions to mount the standard S84/98 bayonet, and tangent leaf sights tha ...

                                               

MP35

This article is about the Bergmann submachine gun, not to be confused with the Erma MP-35. If you were looking for the similar Steyr submachine gun, see MP34. The MP35 was a submachine gun used by the Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS and German police both b ...

                                               

Owen Gun

The Owen gun, which was known officially as the Owen machine carbine, was an Australian submachine gun designed by Evelyn Owen in 1939. The Owen was the only entirely Australian-designed and constructed service submachine gun of World War II and ...

                                               

Parinco mod. 3R

The Parinco mod. 3R is a submachine gun of Spanish origin that was designed in 1959. It is a selective-fire weapon for short-range street and brush fighting. It remains reasonably accurate up to 100 m using sighted semi-automatic fire. For close ...

                                               

R9-Arms submachine gun

The R9-Arms submachine gun is a select fire submachine gun chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. The R9 is notable because some of them are marked "R9-ARMS CORP. U.S.A. ", although no such firm exists. It was made for sale to criminal organizations aro ...

                                               

Rexim-Favor

The Rexim-Favor submachine gun is a Swiss submachine gun developed by the Rexim Small Arms Company of Geneva in 1953. Originally known as the Favor, it received very little sales or use, but has become of note today for being the base of props us ...

                                               

Socimi Type 821

The Socimi Type 821-SMG was a submachine gun manufactured in the 1980s by the firm of SOCIMI, Società Costruzioni Industriali Milano, SpA located in Milan, Italy.

                                               

Sputter Gun

The Sputter Gun was a U.S. modification of the British Sten submachine gun, designed to circumvent then-existing U.S. laws defining a machine gun. The Sputter Gun, lacking a trigger, was designed to fire multiple rounds upon release of the bolt, ...

                                               

Star Model Z62

The Star Model Z62 is a blow-back operated firearm which fires from an open bolt. Earlier variants came with a double crescent trigger for single and full auto.

                                               

Sterling submachine gun

The Sterling submachine gun is a British submachine gun. It was tested with the British Army in 1944–1945 as a replacement for the Sten but it did not start to replace it until 1953. A successful and reliable design, it remained as standard issue ...

                                               

Steyr MPi 69

The MPi 69 is shaped much like other telescoping bolt submachineguns, such as the MAC 10 or Uzi. It has a vertical pistol handgrip into which the magazine is inserted, and a longer horizontal front grip area ; it also has a folding stock. Featuri ...

                                               

TZ-45

The TZ-45 submachine guns was designed by two Italians, Tonon "Toni" a colonel in the RSI Army and Zorzoli a gunsmith, and was produced by the Giandoso company. All the TZ 45s were issued to R.S.I. Repubblica Sociale Italiana units fighting again ...

                                               

Vigneron submachine gun

The Vigneron is a submachine gun manufactured in Belgium during the 1950s. It used the 9×19mm NATO cartridge and was used by the Belgian Army until the 1980s. The Vigneron is a selective-fire weapon for short-range street and brush fighting. It r ...

                                               

ZK-383

The ZK-383 is a submachine gun developed by the Koucky brothers, who worked at the pre-war Československa zbrojovka, akc.spol. arms factory in Brno, Czechoslovakia. It was produced at a slow rate from 1938 onwards and was exported as far away as ...

                                               

Walther MP

There are two versions of the Walther MP: the MPK Maschinenpistole Kurz or "short machine pistol" and the MPL Maschinenpistole Lang or "long machine pistol". The only difference between MPK and MPL guns is the length of the barrel, and that the M ...

                                               

Star Model Z-45

The internal mechanisms are similar to the MP 40. Unlike the German version, the Z-45 is a selective fire weapon full-auto or single shot. The gun was made in both folding stock and wood stock versions. The Z-45 had a fluted chamber to ease extra ...

                                               

SIG 310

The SIG MP310 is a submachine gun manufactured in Switzerland, developed from SIGs earlier wood stock MP46 design. Its magazine was able to fold forward 90 degrees under the gun barrel, and it was fitted with a collapsible wire buttstock. First i ...

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