ITM Model 3

ITM Model 3
Type Battle rifle / Submachine gun
Place of origin  United States
Production history
Designer Ion Mihaita
Designed 1989
Manufacturer ITM Tool & Die
Specifications
Weight 9.7lbs
Barrel length 16ins (Rifle section)
7.8ins (SMG section)

Caliber 7.62x39mm
9x19mm Parabellum
Action Gas (Rifle Section)
Blowback (SMG section)
Rate of fire 800rpm (Both Sections)
Feed system Magazine (Both Sections)
Sights Iron

The ITM Model 3 is a combined battle rifle and submachine gun developed by ITM Tool & Die of Ohio for urban warfare. The top section is an AK derivative rifle with the lower section a 9mm submachine gun.

The Model-3 chambers 7.62x39mm in the 16" top barrel and 9mm Parabellum in the 7.8" lower barrel. This too has a single trigger with a selector switch. The Model-3 unloaded weighs 4.4 kg.

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