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Spectre M4
Country of origin

Italy

Manufacturer(s)

SITES

Designer(s)

Robert Teppa, Claudio Gritti

Year(s) designed

1980

Production began

1984

Production ended

2001

Weapon type

Submachine gun

Caliber

9x19mm Parabellum

Action

Blowback

Overall length

13.78 inches (35 centimeters) with stock folded
22.84 inches (58 centimeters) with stock unfolded

Barrel length

5.12 inches (13 centimeters)

Weight empty

6.39 pounds (2.9 kilograms)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

30-round detachable box magazine
50-round detachable casket magazine

Cyclic rate

850 RPM


The Spectre M4 is an Italian blowback-operated submachine gun designed for counter-terrorist and special operations units. It is chambered for 9x19mm Parabellum .



Design DetailsEdit

It utilizes a double-action/single-action trigger group. It features a foldable stock and ambidextrous controls; the bolt catch and selector lever are able to be engaged from either side of the weapon. It is just under 14 inches with the stock folded and accepts 30 and 50 round 9mm magazines using a four column stacking system, and the magazine release is a lever near the bottom of the magazine well, in front of the trigger guard. Some models feature a vertical foregrip.

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