ⓘ Calico M960

                                     

ⓘ Calico M960

The Calico M960 is a 9×19mm semi-automatic carbine, manufactured by Calico Light Weapons Systems. Its features include its high-capacity, cylindrical, helical-feed magazine and retractable stock. This method allows magazine capacities of 50 and 100 rounds in a relatively small space. The rear sight is mounted as part of the plastic magazine shell.

                                     
  • Tactical Calico M960 military and law enforcement only Calico M 960 A Discontinued 22 LR Pistols M - 100P 9mm Pistols M 950 Carbines M - 900 M - 951 Sub - machineguns
  • The Calico M 950 is a pistol manufactured by Calico Light Weapons Systems in the United States. Its main feature, along with all the other guns of the Calico
  • mahogany built with two skins. Each skin was diagonally laid with a layer of calico laid between the skins. The outer skin was ⅜ of an inch thick with the inner
  • 64 - round helical - feed magazine, similar to the type used in the American Calico M960 submachine gun. The magazine is made from a durable glass - reinforced
  • constructed from two wooden skins with a layer of calico between. After several years it was found that the calico absorbed water which caused softening of the
  • the late 1860s. This type of magazine is used by the Calico M960 Bizon SMG, CS LS06 and KBP PP90 M 1. The North Korean military uses a 100 - to 150 - round
  • Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Type Year Calico M960 Calico Light Weapons Systems 9 19mm Parabellum United States Submachine gun 1990 CEAM
  • mahogany built with two skins. Each skin was diagonally laid with a layer of calico laid between the skins. The outer skin was ⅜ of an inch thick with the inner
  • late 18th century when it specialised in the production and printing of calico a coarse cotton, and became a mill town with many chapels and churches
  • mahogany built with two skins. Each skin was diagonally laid with a layer of calico laid between the skins. The outer skin was ⅜ of an inch thick with the inner