MGP-15 submachine gun
|Type||Submachine gun or machine pistol|
|Place of origin||Peru|
|Weight||2.31 kg (empty)
2.29 (with 32-round magazine)
|Length||503 / 284mm (stock extended/folded)|
|Rate of fire||650-750 rounds/min|
|Muzzle velocity||342 m/s|
|Feed system||20 or 32-round magazine|
The MGP-15 is a submachine gun designed for issue to special forces made by SIMA-CEFAR, updated with a longer barrel and other features. The name was changed from previous MGP models due to modifications, including a change to a barrel with a threaded muzzle, usually fitted with a screwed-on muzzle cap, that allows a suppressor to be quickly screwed on.
Like all MGP submachine guns, the weapon can utilize Uzi submachine gun magazines. A folding butt stock is provided, so arranged that with the butt folded along the right-hand side of the receiver the butt plate can act as a form of foregrip.
- A semi-automatic version of the MGP-84, which has a folding forward grip. Also known as the MGP-14 Micro or as the MGP-14 Pistol. For a time, it was known as the MGP-84C.
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- Archived October 14, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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