Ingram Model 5
Ingram Model 5
Country of origin

United States of America


Gordon B. Ingram

Year(s) designed


Weapon type

Submachine gun


.45 ACP



Magazine/Cylinder capacity

12 or 20 rounds

The Ingram Model 5 was a submachine gun designed by Gordon B. Ingram.


The Model 5 was designed in 1946. It was largely comprised of light steel components and a wooden stock. It used M50 Reising magazines. Only one prototype model was made since Ingram could not find a manufacturer for the weapon. The prototype was advertised in a sales brochure for Lightning Arms Co. in 1946, but the company never manufactured the weapon. Only one photo of the Model 5 has survived.

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