MCEM 3 submachine gun
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|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Designer||Royal Small Arms Factory|
The MCEM 3 was a proposed collapsible 9mm submachine gun designed by the British in 1947. It had a detachable stock alongside the magazine and a Lee–Enfield type bayonet. However the MCEM 3 was not accepted and found no customers.
- Janes Military Review Fourth Year of Issue, Page 81, ISBN 0-7106-0334-7, Published 4/1/1985
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