B M93R
Country of Origin Italy
Manufacturer Beretta
Designed 1970
Type Machine Pistol
Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum
Action Gas operated
Fire Modes Semi Automatic/3 Round Burst
Damage 25-17 (Medium)
Capacity 20
Weight 2.5 lb
RPM 1100 round/min (3 round burst)
Cost to buy Undefined
Cost to sell Undefined
The Beretta Model 93R is a selective-fire machine pistol, designed and manufactured by the Italian Beretta company in the 1970s for police and military use, that is derived from their semi-automatic Model 92. The "R" stands for Raffica, which is Italian for "volley", "flurry" or "burst".

The Beretta Model 93R is mechanically similar to the Beretta 92. It can be selected to fire either a three round burst or single fire. A selector switch enables the operator to alternate between the two firing modes.

The pistol is fitted with a foregrip at the front end of the trigger guard to provide better stability when firing. A folding steel buttstock can be attached at the heel of the grip. The Model 93R is considered difficult to control when being repeatedly fired in burst mode because of the 1,100 round per minute firing rate.

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