Tag Archives: homemade guns

Extremely simple, ultra compact clandestine submachine gun

A 9mm submachine gun designed to be ultra compact and use the least number of parts possible. Nearly all components are made from square tubing including a one piece push trigger which is operated with the user’s thumb.

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Sterling SMG copy seized after shootout in Rautahat

An illegally made loose copy of the 9mm Sterling submachine gun used during a shootout between a gang and police last month in Rautahat. A number of these have showed up in Maoist arms caches. Sometimes refereed to locally as a ‘desi sten’.

Updated Oplot SMG

In the video below an updated version of the DNR separatist produced ‘Oplot’ SMG is unveiled along with a new & improved standard color scheme,

 

Percussion lock hunting gun (Nigeria)

A Nigerian hunter displays a cross over from traditional materials to a more makeshift utilitarian take on things through the use of welding & scrap iron.

New submachine gun produced by DNR separatists

A separatist media outlet published a video yesterday showing a demonstration of a new submachine gun manufactured entirely within the Donetsk People’s Republic. Outwardly the weapon appears similar to the Interdynamic MP-9 (of later TEC-9 fame) and features a H&K style telescoping wire stock. Upon removing a flared muzzle attachment, a suppressor is also shown screwed on flush with the receiver. The weapons designer Vladimir Mishchenko is shown demonstrating the weapon which he describes as being intended for use by the “internal Special Forces of the DNR” when engaging in enclosed urban operations.

The ‘Oplot’ SMG fires from a closed bolt and appears to use an AK type trigger grouping. It is chambered for the 9×18 Makarov cartridge and uses a 25rd magazine, presumably also locally manufactured. Rate of fire is around 850 ti 900 rounds per minute.

 

Homemade submachine gun / UZI copy (United Kingdom)

A homemade submachine gun closely based on the UZI housed along with other improvised firearms in the National Ballistics Intelligence Service reference collection in Birmingham, UK.