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Agram 2000 / 2002 (Croatia)
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 Agram 2000 / 2002

Agram 2000 submachine gun

 Agram 2000 / 2002

Agram 2000, field strip

 Agram 2000 / 2002

Agram 2002 submachine gun, early version

 Agram 2000 / 2002

Agram 2002, latest version

Caliber :   9x19mm Luger/Parabellum
Action : Blowback, open bolt
Length : 482 mm
Barrel length : 200 mm
Weight unloaded : 1800 gramms
Capacity : 22, 32 rounds
Rate of fire : 800 rounds per minute
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With the break-up of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, several states were left with significantly reduced arms-production capability. To be able to provide small arms to their police and military forces during the war, a number of weapons were designed to be produced in local machine shops. The Agram 2000 and 2002 machine pistols are such weapons and were produced locally in Croatia. They can be considered typical of a group of Croatian machine pistol/sub-machine guns produced on a limited scale during the early days of the Croatian conflict with Serbia.Numbers of these machine pistols have been found in illegal use throughout Europe.

The Agram 2000 and 2002 9 mm machine pistols are in essence variations on the same design, the primary difference being the sights and the lack of a fore-grip on the Agram 2002. The weapons are constructed of simple metal tubes, stampings and moulded plastic. Magazines are unique to this gun and have a plastic lower section. A wing-type safety on the left side of the weapon has three positions: S for safe, R for fully automatic and 1 for semi-automatic fire. The reciprocating cocking-handle is on the left, and the ejection port is on the right. Rearsights on the Agram 2000 are of a simple flip type, with settings for 50 and 150 m, while the foresight is adjustable for deflection. Rearsights on the Agram 2002 are a tangent leaf type, with settings for 50, 100 and 150 m.A threaded sleeve covers the barrel when the standard suppressor is not in use. The suppressor is a simple screw-on device which fits over the full length of the barrel and is secured by a screw-thread at the breech end. The barrel is 'ported' to optimise suppressor effectiveness by reducing the muzzle velocity of the bullet to below the speed of sound. There is no provision for a shoulder stock on either weapon, and both are classed as machine pistols.

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