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XC900
Federal Engineering XC
Country of origin

US

Manufacturer(s)

Federal Engineering Corporation

Production began

1984

Production ended

1989

Weapon type

Submachine gun/Carbine

Caliber

9x19mm Parabellum

Action

Blowback

Weight

3.18kg

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

25/32 round magazines

Cyclic rate

850rpm

Maximum effective range

100m

The Federal Engineering XC900 is a 9x19mm submachine gun/carbine manufactured by Federal Engineering Corporation.

OverviewEdit

The Federal Engineering XC900 is a 9x19mm blowback operated submachine gun firing from a closed bolt. The weapon uses the fire control group from an M16. Various barrel lengths were avaliable that could make it a rifle, cqb carbine, sniper.

VariantsEdit

XC220Edit

.22LR variant. Fires from 28 round magazine.

XC900Edit

9x19mm Parabellum, main variant. Fires from 25/30 round magazines.

XC450Edit

.45ACP variant. Fires from 30 round magazine.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Guns & Ammo, February 1986, Page 57.
  • American Rifleman, July 1984, Page 62.

See alsoEdit

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