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Pindad G2

Pindad G2
Type Handgun
Place of origin  Indonesia
Production history
Designer Pindad
Manufacturer PT. Pindad
Variants Pindad G2 Elite, Pindad G2 Combat
Specifications
Weight 0.95 kg unloaded
Length 221 mm (G2 Elite)
200 mm (G2 Combat)
Barrel length 127 mm (G2 Elite)
114 mm (G2 Combat)

Cartridge 9×19mm Parabellum
Action Recoil operated semi-automatic
Feed system 15-round magazine
Sights Iron

The Pindad G2 is a 9×19mm Parabellum handgun designed and produced by Pindad.

Design details

The Pindad G2 is a recoil-operated semi-automatic handgun which harnesses the recoil of the fired bullet to push the slide rearwards, ejecting the spent cartridge of the previous bullet. The slide is then pushed forward using springs, this action extracts a round from the magazine and pushes it in the chamber. Then, the bolt locks by means of locking lugs. Since the firearm is single-action only, the hammer must be cocked manually in order to fire another round.

External links

  • http://www.pindad.com/showpro1.php?p=85&b=2&m=2&u=1


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