AGM-1 Carbine

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AGM-1 Carbine
Type Carbine
Place of origin Italy
Production history
Designed mid-1980s
Manufacturer AL.GI.MEC.Srl, Via Melzi d'Eril 21, I-20154 Milan
Specifications
Weight 3.0 kg
Length 670 mm
Barrel length 410 mm

Cartridge 9x19mm Parabellum
.45 ACP
.22LR
Action Blowback, closed bolt
Feed system 13 or 20 round detachable box magazine (9x19mm), 6 or 10 round magazine (.45 ACP), 15 or 20 round magazine (.22LR)
Sights Two position, flip aperture (rear), adjustable for elevation post (fore)

The AGM-1 is a bullpup, semi-automatic carbine produced in Italy. The carbine is readily convertible from 9x19 to .45 ACP and .22LR. It features a set trigger and a heavy, target-type barrel. The magazines for the 9x19mm variant are interchangeable with the Browning Hi-Power pistol.

References[edit]

  • Hogg, Ian (1989). Jane's Infantry Weapons 1989-90, 15th Edition. Jane's Information Group. p. 101. ISBN 0-7106-0889-6. 

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