The MAG-95 Pistol was designed and produced by the famous Polish small arms manufacturer FABRYKA BRONI “ŁUCZNIK” – RADOM. It is an attempt to replace the ageing P-83 pistol, chambered in 9×18 PM. This pistol appeared during the mid 90’s, when the MAG-95 lost in Polish army trials to the WIST-94 pistol.
Nevertheless, the RADOM factory decided to improve its design and soon introduced the MAG-98 Pistol, which was produced until 2000. The MAG-98 Pistol saw limited use with Polish border guards and prison services, and was also sold commercially in Poland and elsewhere.
The MAG-95 Pistol is a conventional semi automatic pistol with aluminum alloy frame. It uses a typical Browning-type tilting barrel and short recoil operated action. The trigger is of the external hammer, double action type, with frame mounted manual safety.
The MAG-98 Pistol differs by having safety levers on both sides of the frame, plus ambidextrous slide release levers. Both pistols feature fixed iron sights, and double stack, single feed magazines with 15-round capacity.
|Full text name||MAG-95 and MAG-98 pistol (Poland)|
|Caliber cartridge||9mm Luger - 9x19 Luger / Parabellum|
|Overall length, mm||200|
|Barrel length, mm||115|
|Weight empty, kg||0.9|
|Magazine capacity, rounds||15|