S&W Model 76 - Micro Shroud - with rear serrations

SKU:
160-1702-002
$99.95
(No reviews yet)
Current Stock:
Adding to cart… The item has been added

This version is for the "production" Smith and Wesson 76 versions on the market.

Rear serrations have been added for engagement with the pawl to replicate oem function 

Length- 2.775"

Weight- 5.9 oz

Heat Treated for strength and durability

Phosphate Coated for corrosion resistance

The shroud is machined from solid steel (not welded) and is designed to leave about .100 gap between the threaded shoulder and end of shroud for a seamless suppressor look

The Smith & Wesson Model 76 (S&W 76) is a selective-fire, closed-bolt submachine gun chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum. It was developed in the United States by Smith & Wesson in the 1960s as a scaled-down version of the Swedish Carl Gustav M/45 submachine gun (commonly known as the "Swedish K"). The S&W 76 was primarily intended for military and law enforcement use.

The S&W 76 featured a simple blowback operation and had a cyclic rate of around 600-700 rounds per minute. It had a folding stock for compactness and ease of transport, and it could accept both box and drum magazines, with the box magazines typically holding 32 rounds.

Despite its compact size and relatively low weight, the S&W 76 was known for its durability and reliability. It saw some adoption by law enforcement agencies in the United States and other countries. However, it did not achieve widespread military adoption.

The S&W 76 is no longer in production, but it remains a collectible firearm among enthusiasts due to its historical significance and relatively limited production numbers.

Tags:
Category: