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$5,995.00 incl GST
The MGV-176 was widely used both during the Slovenian war of independence by Slovenian territorial defense militia then by Croat volunteers during the first part of the Croatian War of Independence, notably during the so-called Battle of the Barracks. It was however replaced as soon as a regular Croatian army was established and equipped with standard military weapons.
The concept of this weapon is to overcome the deficiencies of the low power rimfire cartridge by rapidly delivering a large number of projectiles. The weapon therefore relies on the .22 LR’s very low recoil and a high rate of fire of 1,200 RPM. The MGV-176 utilises a pan magazine mounted above the barrel, with a capacity of 161 rounds.
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