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MGDPM9
MGD PM-9
Country of origin

France

Manufacturer(s)

Merlin & Gerin

Designer(s)

Louis Debuit

Year(s) designed

1940s/1950s

Weapon type

Submachine gun

Caliber

9×19mm Parabellum

Action

Flywheel-delayed blowback

Overall length
  • Stock extended: 25.9 inches (65.9 centimeters)
  • Stock folded: 14.1 inches (35.9 centimeters)
Barrel length

8.4 inches (21.3 centimeters)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

32-round MP 40-compatible detachable stick magazine

Cyclic rate

750 RPM


The MGD PM-9 is a prototype French submachine gun.

HistoryEdit

The PM-9 was developed in the late 1940s and early 1950s by Louis Debuit. While prototypes still exist, the weapon never entered service.

Design DetailsEdit

The PM-9 was an unusual firearm that used a rotating flywheel as a delaying mass for its bolt. It fires from an open bolt, and uses 32-round MP 40-compatible stick magazines.

ReferencesEdit



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