The 9 mm sub-machine gun is designed by the Romanian Company Cugir. The 9 mm sub-machine gun is chambered for the 9 x 19 mm Parabellum cartridge. It’s a blowback operated weapon with a cyclic rate of 825 rounds per minute.
Variants : No variant
9 x 19 mm caliber a
Lenght : 427 mm stock folded, 650 mm stock extended Weight : 3,1 kg with full magazine Rate of fire : 800/900 rounds/min Magazine : 30 rounds
Cugir write to the left side of the weapon, with the identification number
Security selector to right side of the weapons, three positions, S (Security), 1 Single shot, A (Automatic) a a
The selecting lever of the firing mode is placed on the left side of the receiver and it can be moved corresponding to: secured weapon, single shot and automatic firing. The capacity of the vertical box magazine is 30 rounds. The cocking lever is laterally placed on the right hand side of the lock. Construction is pressed steel overall secured by rivets, while the butt, which folds the left of the receiver, is a shaped single strut thick wire rod. An adjustable shoulder sling is connected to a single swivel on the rear face of the receiver. A feature of the model is a sleeve placed around the barrel. Due to the slots made in the front side of the sleeve it has the stabilisation function during firing and it cylindrical shape assures the shooter hand protection. The cooling of the barrel is improved by the perforation made in the sleeve.
Optional it can be equipped with tactical light or a laser pointer.