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Beretta M12s 9mm SMG

MGC Beretta M12s Video

             
                         
             
                         
                     
 

MGC Beretta M12s 9mm

MGC Beretta M12 9mm submachine gun.

Made in the 1980's.   In good condition for year

Includes : Copy of original instructions, 5x unfired MGC M12s 9mm blowback cartridges and 32rd magazine

Select fire (semi and full auto) with working safety.

Metal folding stock (please see video above of a MGC Beretta M12s 9mm in action).

    Functions, fires, strips down exactly like the original.
    Selective Fire: Semi and Full automatic
    Weight:  Approx  1.7Kg (unloaded).  2 Kilogram loaded
    Magazine Capacity:    32 rounds   (9mm blowback)
    Folding Metal Stock, folds out exactly like the real thing
    32 round metal magazine.

    Construction:  Heavyweight MGC abs and metal parts (stock, some internal parts, magazine)

    Cocks, loads, fire, ejects exactly like the real thing

 

We ship internationally.  Any questions please let us know:  sales@mg-props.co.uk

 

PFC Primer caps:   8.85  / 8.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are required to make the bang and smoke / automatically eject the 9mm blowback cartridges

 

MGC M12s 9mm reusable blowback cartridges:  2.10 GBP  /  2.55 Euro each

 

Brief Note on the Beretta M12s

Submachinegun Beretta mod.12 was developed in 1959 by Pietro Beretta Spa., Italy. Later, the variant 12s was developed. Mod.12 and 12s had been adopted by Italian army, Carabineri, and by some other military and police agencies around the world.

The Beretta PM 12S sub-machine gun is a 9 mm Parabellum blowback weapon which has both semi-automatic and full-automatic fire capabilities.
The telescopic bolt, which encloses the barrel (200 mm long) for three quarters of its length, makes the weapon very compact and reduces to a minimum the upward movement of the muzzle during firing.
The front grip, the magazine housing, the trigger guard with firing device and manual and automatic safety devices are all in a one-piece assembly and are integral parts of the receiver.
The selector device allows for an easy selection of three positions, namely: "manual safety" (S), "single shot" (1), "full automatic fire" (R), without any need for removing the hand from the grip.
The automatic safety, which locks the trigger and the bolt in its closed position, safeguards from accidental firing if the gun is dropped and precludes firing if the grip is not firmly held.

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