Patria submachine gun
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|Patria submachine gun|
|Place of origin||Argentina|
|Designer||Luis Ricardo Dávila|
|Action||Blowback-operated, Open bolt|
|Feed system||30-round detachable box magazine|
It was developed by Major Luis Ricardo Dávila of the Argentine Air Force, and was protected by national Argentine patent 220494/5/6/7. The weapon is a close copy of the Ingram MAC-10 and features a cooling jacket/barrel extension much like the South African BXP.
- Patria Mod 2 a development of the Patria SMG
- ARMAS Y GEOESTRATEGIA 2 (6). May 1983. Missing or empty
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