MGD PM-9

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MGD_PM-9
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Type Submachine gun
Place of origin  France
Service history
In service never
Production history
Designer Louis Debuit
Designed late 1940s - early 1950s
Specifications
Length
  • 659 mm (25.9 in) stock extended
  • 359 mm (14.1 in) stock collapsed
Barrel length 213 mm (8.4 in)

Cartridge 9 mm Parabellum
Barrels 213 millimetres (8.4 in)
Action Delayed blowback
Rate of fire 750 rpm
Effective firing range 100 metres (110 yd)
Feed system 32-round box magazine (MP-40 compatible)
Sights Iron sights

MGD PM-9 was a French submachine gun, designed in the late 1940s or early 1950s by Louis Debuit. It was a delayed blowback weapon, firing from an open bolt; it used a rotating flywheel as a delaying mass for its bolt, which was highly unusual. The design was never mass-produced.

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MGD PM-9 submachine gun
[1], extended
[2], collapsed