Danuvia 39M/Danuvia 43M

Notes: This weapon was designed by Pal Kiraly and used the patented two-part delayed blowback bolt. The weapon used what was probably the most powerful 9mm round of the time. It is a very large weapon more resembling a carbine or light rifle than a submachinegun. The magazine could be folded forward into a recess in the stock, and then a plate snapped over the magazine well. About 8000 were made, and they served with the Hungarian Army until after the Soviet takeover after World War 2.

The 43M is the virtually the same weapon; however, the magazine well is angled forward a little bit, the barrel is shorter, and the full wooden stock is replaced with a pistol grip and a folding stock.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Danuvia 39M

9mm Mauser

4.08 kg

20, 40

$428

Danuvia 43M

9mm Mauser

3.64 kg

20, 40

$443

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Danuvia 39M

5

2

1-Nil

6

1

2

40

Danuvia 43M

5

2

1-Nil

5/6

1

2

38

KGP-9

Notes: The KGP-9 is a compact submachinegun with a side-folding butt. The magazine is made of steel plate stiffened with precision castings. The fore-end is of plastic, and is surprisingly heavy and easy to get a good hold on. The safety catch is a slider in front of the trigger guard, and the magazine catch is in front of that. The barrel can be removed and replaced by a 250mm barrel, to allow the use of the KGP-9 as a carbine. Hungarian police and security forces use the KGP-9.

Twilight 2000 Notes: This weapon does not exist in the Twilight 2000 World.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

KGP-9 (Normal Barrel)

9mm Parabellum

2.75 kg

25

$299

KGP-9 (Long Barrel)

9mm Parabellum

2.87 kg

25

$323

250mm Barrel

NA

0.82 kg

NA

$100

190mm Barrel

NA

0.64 kg

NA

$76

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

KGP-9 (Normal Barrel)

10

2

Nil

2/4

1

6

20

KGP-9 (Short Barrel)

10

2

2-Nil

3/4

1

6

26