B&T APC9-SD PRO 9mm Suppressed Submachine Gun
B&T APC9 is always available in Legal Guns Shop in USA. The B&T APC9 9mm Submachine Gun is used not only for normal police duty, but selected by special response units worldwide for it’s reliability, accuracy, compact size and ambidextrous handling. The APC9 conveniently accepts widely available interchangeable GLOCK 9mm magazines; making it the perfect submachine gun for all police and military tasks. The B&T APC9SD PRO is reliable, accurate, compact, ambidextrous and due to the integrated suppressor, very quiet. The APC9 SD conveniently accepts widely available GLOCK 9mm magazines, making it the perfect submachine gun for all police and military tasks where stealth is a necessity. Thanks to special ports in front of the chamber, supersonic ammunition can be used.
- Caliber: 9mm
- System: Closed Bolt Blow Back
- Operation: Semi-Automatic or Full Automatic
- Length min./max.: 556mm / 21.88in
- Width: 67 mm / 2.63 inches
- Height: 290 mm / 11.41 inches (including magazine)
- Barrel Length: 175 mm / 6.88 inches
- Weight: 3.1 kg / 6.8 lbs (with loaded magazine & stock)
- Stock Pull: 340mm / 13.38 inches
- Magazine Type: GLOCK 9mm
- Capacity: 17, 24 or 33 rounds
The APC series was designed in the 2000s, as a modern submachine gun that would be cheaper to produce than the intermediate cartridge assault carbines that were seeing an increase in military usage during this period. Before this point, B&T sold the MP9 and had experience in the manufacture of submachine guns, as well as years of feedback from customers on possible enhancements. The first B&T APCs were produced in 2011.
In March 2019, B&T released its APC9 PRO series, an improvement with a non-reciprocating charging handle and a replaceable pistol grip, compatible with grips for the AR-15 style rifle family of firearms. The APC9 PRO features an optional lower receiver capable of using Glock magazines.
On March 29, 2019, B&T was awarded a contract in the U.S. Army’s Sub Compact Weapon Production-Other Transaction Agreement (P-OTA) competition for its APC9K submachine gun. The $2.6 million contract included an initial 350 subcompact weapons (SCW) with an option for additional quantities of up to 1,000 SCWs, with slings, manuals, accessories, and spare parts