The PINDAD PM2 submachine gun was designed by Indonesian arms manufacturing company PT PINDAD in 2007, and produced by the same company. The PM2 submachine gun is produced in several versions, and is still in limited use with Indonesian law enforcement and military today.
The PINDAD PM2 submachine gun is a simple blowback operated, select-fire weapon that fires from a closed bolt. Its receiver and overall layout is based on the PINDAD SS2 assault rifle, and it shares the same hammer-fired trigger unit and three-position manual safety / selector lever.
Upper and lower receiver parts are made from aluminum alloy and connected by cross pins. The standard version, which is designated PM2-V1, features either a fixed polymer stock or a side-folding metallic stock. The integrally suppressed version is designated as PM2-V2 and is usually fitted with a side-folding stock. The most modern version of the PM2 family is the PM2-V12 submachine gun, fitted with new furniture and an integrated Picatinny rail on top of the receiver. All versions are equipped with fixed iron sights, and use double stack, double feed, detachable box magazines.
|Full text name||PINDAD PM2 submachine gun (Indonesia)|
|Caliber cartridge||9mm Luger - 9x19 Luger / Parabellum|
|Overall length, mm||625|
|Length, folded, mm||420|
|Barrel length, mm||195|
|Weight empty, kg||2.9|
|Magazine capacity, rounds||30|
|Cyclic rate of fire, rounds/min||1000|