|Place of origin||Brazil|
|Used by||Brazilian Army
Brazilian Military Police
Brazilian National Public Security Force
|Weight||3.7 kg (MD97L), 3.3 kg (MD97LC)|
|Length||1010 mm (MD97L), 850 mm (MD97LC)|
|Barrel length||437 mm|
|Rate of fire||950 rounds per minute|
|Muzzle velocity||920 m/s|
|Effective firing range||600 m|
|Maximum firing range||3800 m|
|Feed system||30-round STANAG magazines|
MD97L- standard full-size, selective-fire version for use with Brazilian Army.
MD97LM- MD97L with the addition of MIL-STD-1913 rails for mounting scopes and tactical attachments intended for use by Brazilian Special forces.
MD97LC- compact, semi-automatic only version for use with domestic police forces.
In popular culture
- The MD97L is featured in the 2012 video game, Max Payne 3 and in Sniper: Ghost Warrior.
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