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Colt 9mm SMG

Colt 9mm SMG
The Colt 9mm SMG
Type Submachine gun
Place of origin  United States
Service history
Used by See Users
Production history
Produced 1982-present
Specifications
Weight 2.61 kg (5.75 lb) w/o magazine[1]
Length

730 mm (28.9 in ) (stock extended)[1]

650 mm (25.6 in) (stock retracted)[1]
Barrel length 10.5 in[1]

Cartridge 9x19mm Parabellum[1]
Action blowback, closed bolt[1]
Rate of fire 700-1000 round/min[2]
Muzzle velocity 396 m/s (1300) ft/s)[2]
Effective firing range 100 m[1]
Feed system 32 round detachable box magazine[2]

The Colt 9mm SMG is a 9x19mm Parabellum submachine gun manufactured by Colt, based on the M16 rifle platform.[3]

Design details

The Colt 9mm SMG is a closed bolt, blowback operated SMG, rather than the conventional direct impingement gas operation of the standard 5.56x45mm M16 type rifle.

The overall aesthetics are identical to most M16 type rifles. Changes include a large plastic brass deflector mounted toward the rear of the ejection port. Factory Colt 9mm SMGs are equipped with a 10.5 inch length barrel and have an M16 style upper receiver, which means they feature a fixed carry handle, no forward assist and A1 sights (with 50 and 100 meter settings). The magazine well of the receiver is modified using a special adaptor to allow the usage of smaller 9mm magazines. The magazines themselves are a copy of the Israeli UZI SMG magazine, modified to fit the Colt and lock the bolt back after the last shot.

Also, closed bolt weapons such as the Colt SMG are inherently more accurate than open bolt weapons such as the UZI SMG.[4]

Variants

Current Colt production models are the RO635 which features a Safe/Semi/Full Auto selective fire trigger group and the RO639 which features a Safe/Semi/3 round Burst selective fire trigger group. Both are equipped with a 10.5 inch length barrel. The 633 was a modified compact version with a 7 inches (180 mm) barrel and simplified front sight post used by the DEA.

The most common model is the 635, the latest version of which are simply marked SMG 9mm NATO.

Users

Gallery

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g http://www.colt.com/mil/SMG_2.asp
  2. ^ a b c http://www.colt.com/law/smg.asp
  3. ^ http://www.colt.com/mil/SMG.asp
  4. ^ Technical Memorandum 2-79. AIMING POINT DISPLACEMENT FROM FIRING A RIFLE FROM THE OPEN-BOLT POSITION. by Dominick J. Giordano I. February 1979. U.S. Army Human Engineering Laboratory 1, U. S. ARMY HUMAN ENGINEERING LABORATORY, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21005
  5. ^ "Algunas armas utilizadas por el actual Ejército Argentino". Aquellas armas de guerra. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  6. ^ "Dhaka Metropolitan Police SWAT - Overview". bdmilitary. Retrieved 22 February 2009. 
  7. ^ http://marines.mil/news/publications/Documents/NAVMC%20DIR%203500.90.pdf
  8. ^ "Modern Firearms". Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  9. ^ "Chuck Taylor's ASAA -THE COLT M635 9mm SUBMACHINE GUN". Retrieved 15 November 2014. 

External links

  • Operator's Manual
  • Chuck Taylor's report on Colt SMG
  • Colt Defense
  • Colt 9mm SMG at World.Guns.ru
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