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|Place of origin||Argentina|
|Manufacturer||Buenos Aires Halcon|
|Rate of fire||600|
|Effective firing range||100|
|Feed system||30-round box magazine|
The ML-63 is a submachine gun manufactured by the Buenos Aires-based Halcon corporation.
The ML-63 is chambered in 9mm Parabellum and is fed from a 30-round magazine. The ML-63 also came with a fixed wooden stock and also a silenced variant. A number of ML-63 submachine guns were found by the British during the Falklands War in 1982.
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