BUL M-5

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BUL M5 Government
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Bul M5 pistol
Type Semi-automatic pistol
Place of origin  Israel
Production history
Designed 1991-1992
Manufacturer BUL Transmark
Produced 1994-Present
Variants M5 Commander (Shorter slide and barrel on same wide body frame.)
Specifications
Weight 864g (858g Commander)
Length 220mm (200mm Commander)
Barrel length 128mm (107mm Commander)

Cartridge 9×19mm Para, 9×21mm IMI, 9×23mm Win, .38 Super, .40 S&W, .45 ACP
Action Single Action short recoil, locked breech.
Rate of fire semi-automatic
Feed system 18 (9mm/.38), 17 (.40), or 13 (.45) rounds
Sights Drift Adjustable 3-Dot Front blade, rear square notch (Night-Sights Optional)
BUL M5 Carry/Ultra-X
Type Semi-automatic pistol
Place of origin  Israel
Production history
Manufacturer BUL Transmark
Specifications
Weight 730g
Length 175mm
Barrel length 80mm

Cartridge 9×19mm Para, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super, .40 S&W, .45 ACP
Action Single Action short recoil, locked breech.
Rate of fire semi-automatic
Feed system 12 (9mm/.38) or 10 (.45) round
Sights Drift Adjustable 3-Dot Front blade, rear square notch (Night-Sights Optional)

The BUL M-5 is a M1911 clone pistol made by Israeli firearms manufacturer BUL Transmark. M-5s are made in "carry" models for personal defense and "competition" models for sporting use (particularly IPSC competitions).

Based on the M1911.45 ACP, this version is specifically designed to compensate for the 1911's heat absorption in high temperature environments with a polymer frame.

BUL also provided the polymer frame to other firearms manufacturers for production of Springfield Armory, Kimber Polymer and Charles Daly Polymer 1911 pistol lines.

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