Machine Pistols - Compact Firepower
Machine Pistols are part pistol, part submachine gun - whose design is kept as compact as possible.
There are a total of 30 Machine Pistols - Compact Firepower in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Introduction of the Beretta Model 12 officially signaled the end for the World War 2-era Model 1938 submachine gun ...
The Beretta Model 93R was categorized as a machine pistol and was based on the successful Beretta Model 92 semi-aut...
The Blyskawica submachine gun was designed, developed and produced in World War 2 Poland during the German occupati...
The Swiss Brugger & Thomet MP9 machine pistol is a further development of the Austrian-originated Steyr TMP series ...
The impressive Ceska Zbrojovka CZ Scorpion EVO3 A1 submachine gun fires the widely-accepted 9x19mm Parabellum pisto...
The Chang Feng, with its helical over-receiver magazine, has failed to net much market interest....
The PM-63 submachine gun emerged out of Poland during the Cold War decades and found favor with many....
The German Heckler & Koch HK MP5 Submachine Gun has proven exceedingly popular for its compact and reliable approac...
The HK MP5K is known as the Room Broom because of its compact size and automatic nature....
The German Heckler and Koch HK MP5N submachine gun is the navalized model of the earlier hugely successful HK MP5 m...
The Heckler and Koch HK MP5SD is the suppressed version of the classic HK MP5 submachine gun series....
The HK MP7 is designed as a very compact weapon system, firing the 4.6x30mm cartridge from a 20-, 30- or 40-round d...
The Heckler & Koch UMP series of submachine guns was designed to replace the successful HK MP5 series....
The Mini-UZI appeared after the base UZI and proved a more compact form of the original....
The Uzi submachine gun has proven an effective and reliable performer and has seen tremendous success in the world ...
The Jatimatic Submachine Gun of Finnish origin failed as a commercial product despite some promising qualities abou...
The KBP PP-2000 is a relatively new Russian submachine gun firing the well-accepted 9x19mm Parabellum pistol cartri...
Debuting during the First Chechnya War, the AEK-919 submachine gun has proven a highly compact assault system....
Minebea Company of Japan produces the PM-9 Machine Pistol which is based on the famous Israeli UZI - in its Mini-UZ...
Appearing in 1984, the Polish-originated PM-84 Glauberyt submachine gun still sees operational use today with selec...
The Ruger MP9 is very similar in form and function to the classic Israeli UZI submachine gun....
The SIG MCX is a relatively new modular offering from Switzerland and has been adopted by a few notable forces to d...
The SIG-Sauer MPX Submachine Gun was the first of its kind to sport a fully-enclosed rotating bolt and pistol syste...
The sleek and impressive Italian Spectre M4 submachine gun eventually found few major takers in the global market....
The ST Kinetics CPW is a Singapore-originated compact automatic weapon challenging a few other notable PDW stalwart...
The Stechkin Automatic Pistol attempted to bridge that special gap between pistol and submachine gun for second-lin...
Arriving in 1912, the Steyr Model 1912 semi-automatic handgun appeared in over 300,000 examples and saw service int...
The Steyr TMP is a machine pistol capable of firing up to 900 rounds per minute from a 15- or 30-round box magazine...