Halcón ML-63

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Halcon ML-63
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TypeSubmachine gun
Place of origin Argentina
Service history
Used byEA
FAA
GNA
PFA
PNA
SPF
WarsFalklands War
Production history
ManufacturerBuenos Aires Halcon
Produced1957-??
VariantsFixed Stock
Retaractable Stock
Silenced Variant
Specifications
Mass2.6
Length3.6

Cartridge9×19mm Parabellum
Caliber9mm
Rate of fire600
Effective firing range100
Feed system30-round box magazine
SightsIron

The ML-63 is a submachine gun manufactured by the Buenos Aires-based Halcon corporation.

Overview[edit]

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[1] and also a silenced variant.[2] A number of ML-63 submachine guns were found by the British during the Falklands War in 1982.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "4403 Buenos Aires - Museo de Armas de La Nación". Flickr.
  2. ^ "4271 Buenos Aires - Museo de Armas de La Nación". Flickr.
  3. ^ "Modern Firearms - Halcon ML-63". world.guns.ru.

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