Agram 2000

The Agram 2000 is a Croatian submachine gun based on Beretta's model M12. The vast numbers of ex-special forces Agrams in Croatia after the Croatian War of Independence, as well as the availability of a sound suppressor, has made it a popular choice for criminals. It has foregrip and a faster rate of fire than the M12.

Country Name Origin Year
Croatia 1990
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
Croatia View

Type Submachine gun
Place of origin Croatia
Service history
Used by HV
Wars Kosovo war
Croatia War
Bosnian War
Production history
Produced 1990s
Variants Agram 2002
Weight 1.8 kg
Length 482 mm
Barrel length 200 mm
Caliber 9×19mm Parabellum
Action blowback
Rate of fire 800 round/min
Feed system 15-, 22-, or 32-round box magazine

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