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Type Submachine gun
Place of origin  Brazil
Service history
Used by Exército Brasileiro
Production history
Manufacturer Companhia de Explosivos de Valparaiba
Cartridge 9x19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP
Action Blowback-operated
Rate of fire 700RPM
Feed system 30 round detachable box magazine
Sights Iron

The CEV M9M1 is a submachine gun of Brazilian origin, chambered in 9x19mm/.45 ACP calibres and fires from a closed bolt.

The M9M1 is a fairly straightforward type of submachine gun, designed primarily for ease of manufacture and low cost. The only complaint by the troops using it was how easy it was to accidentally pull the folding stock completely off the weapon, as when first pulled, it is difficult, but at a certain point suddenly becomes easy, and there is nothing to stop the stock before it can be pulled out, otherwise the M9M1 would be a reliable weapon. As of 2002, it had been long out of active Brazilian service, and not even used much by reserves.


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