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HALCON LIGHT M 57 SMG

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The Halcon Light M 57 SMG was an Argentine sub-machine-gun first produced in 1957 and used by the Argentine police in .45 ACP calibre and by the Argentine Army in 9 mm Parabellum calibre, though neither service used the weapon in a first line role. The Halcon Light M 57 SMG was blowback operated and took a 40-round magazine. It had a 292 mm long barrel and was fitted with a blade foresight and U notch flip rearsight. The Halcon Light M 57 SMG was selectable in single-shot and automatic modes, and had a cyclic rate of 700 rounds per minute and an effective range of 200 meters. The Halcon Light M 57 SMG differed mainly from the earlier Halcon M 1943 SMG in appearance. The barrel was without fins, the magazine longer and curved, the receiver was tubular and it had a folding metal buttstock.
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HALCON M 1943 SMG

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The Halcon M 1943 SMG was an Argentine sub-machine-gun first produced in 1943 and used by the Argentine police in .45 ACP calibre and by the Argentine Army in 9 mm Parabellum calibre, though neither service used the weapon in a first line role. The Halcon M 1943 SMG was blowback operated and took a 17 or 30-round magazine. It had a 292 mm long barrel and was fitted with a blade foresight and U notch flip rearsight. The Halcon M 1943 SMG was selectable in single-shot and automatic modes, and had a cyclic rate of 700 rounds per minute and an effective range of 200 meters.
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HALCON M 1946 SMG

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The Halcon M 1946 SMG was an Argentine sub-machine-gun first produced in 1946 and used by the Argentine police in .45 ACP calibre and by the Argentine Army in 9 mm Parabellum calibre, though neither service used the weapon in a first line role. The Halcon M 1946 SMG was blowback operated and took a 17 or 30-round magazine. It had a 292 mm long barrel and was fitted with a blade foresight and U notch flip rearsight. The Halcon M 1946 SMG was selectable in single-shot and automatic modes, and had a cyclic rate of 700 rounds per minute and an effective range of 200 meters. The Halcon M 1946 SMG differed mainly from the earlier Halcon M 1943 SMG in having a folding metal buttstock, separate rear pistol grip and the magazine housing not shaped to make a forward grip.
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