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Old 02-15-2011, 12:44 PM   #1
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A few days ago I saw an automatic machine pistol that I have never seen before and am hoping someone can help me identify it?

It was a black, plastic framed weapon that slightly resembled a mini uzi. It had no manufacturer marking I could see but was marked with a desgination "U909" It had 'made under license in the United States' also stamped in the frame.

The cocking handle was at the back, and was similar to an M4 or MP7 cocking handle, it had a fully enclosed bolt, cheap sights like a Styr TMP but smaller and looked like it was a .32acp or similar small caliber.

Any ideas? or links would be much appreciated?

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Old 02-15-2011, 01:19 PM   #2
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This??


or this??


hard to tell ya without a pic

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Nope, Neither,

I wish I could have got a photo but didnt get the chance. Magazine goes in the grip of the pistol, no stock attachment. Black plastic body. It also had a small plastic spring loaded dust cover that clipped over the ejection port.

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there are a ton of em out there. without a pic or a maker its difficult

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Mac 10??? It is not plastic.
MPA30T-A 9MM FULL SIZED PISTOL

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Its definately not a common model like a mac. Ive shot and carried most of the name brand smg's and never seen anything of this nature.. It must be a new production but its a small calibre (smaller than 9x19). I managed to get another look at it today and have taken some snaps. Ohh and just before anyone mentions it, this was not recovered inside the usa.

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Interesting. U909 turns up nothing in web searches. I wonder if what you saw is a prototype that is too new or never produced.

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The Magazines look like CZ's

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Cool, not much bigger than a service pistol but oh the firepower. If it's a thirty two with strait cases it probably has twenty or more rounds in the carry mag and forty to fifty in the extended mag. I can see the secret service protection detail packing these.

Did you by chance get the full patent number? That would give another means to look it up.

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PAT.2008-976808 EU

Searches come up with nothing. Does CZ make a .32 or similar that may take those mags?

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