Ammo: 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, 30 rdsbox or 50 rds casket magazines
Producent: SITES (Società Italiana Tecnologie Speciali S.p.A., later GRECO SPORT, S.A.)
Range: 150 m
This aint the M4 you might know (or maybe you know it **** if i know), This little italian piece of metal packs plenty of firepower and has all the adaptability you need for most tasks. You look in the notes and you might notice it says it has a 50 rds magazine and you might be thinking "50, that can't be right" but tighten your seatbelts and listen, the most unique feature about this weapon, is the magazine. It's called a casket magazine and instead of just having two likes of bullets stacked side by side it has four which for obvious reasons gives you a higher capacity, couple this with a nice .45 acp and you should have plenty of firepower, especially when you consider what this weapon was made for. It was made as compact, instant firepower. Consider this and its 350 mm (13.78 BBQ in) folded and its 580 mm (22.835 BBQ in) unfolded it's not a big weapon, and weighing in at 2.9 Kg (6.4 BBQ ibs) it's pretty compact. They produced these bad boys up till 2001 and they are not that popular in usage, however they do hav a track record so let's take a look at that. It is or was used by, France use them in their National Police, Italy Equips them for special operations as well as police. They were also used by Kosovo Liberation Army and National Liberation Army(North Macedonia) and,Switzerland Used by the Swiss Armed Forces both in special operations and for tank crewmen. So it's not like it doesn't have any credit to its name.
Overall its pretty neat and smart thinking with the magazine