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Austria   MPi81

The MPi-69/81 has a more conventional charging handle, but otherwise varies very little from the MPi-69.

The MPi-69/81 has a more conventional charging handle, but otherwise varies very little from the MPi69.

A silencer conversion was made which required swapping the barrel and replacing the barrel retaining nut with a proprietary suppressor that performs the dual role of securing the barrel.


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^ Steyr MPi69 Magazines
First and second generation MPi69 magazines. © Aftermath Gun Club

This model is a variant, more information is available on the Steyr - MPi69 page.

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Country: Austria

Technical Specifications:
Rate Of Fire: 700 rpm

All measurements are automatically converted from metric and then rounded to two decimal points.