Beretta M1918 Submachine Gun
|Country of Origin||Italy|
|Barrel Length||305.000 mm|
|Rate of Fire||900 rounds/min|
Contributor: C. Peter Chenww2dbase
The Model 1918 submachine guns designed by Tuillio Marengoni were only the second model of submachine guns to enter WW1 service, and were the first model to be standard issue. By the WW2 period, they were venerable, but remained in use during combat in Abyssinia, Spain, and North Africa.
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