The Agram 2000 is a Croatian submachine gun that was produced by Vi & Co.


The Agram submachine gun was designed by Mirko Vugrek and his son Ivan, and was produced for Croatian police forces from 1997 to 2000.

In 2002, a compact model was introduced and made in limited numbers.


The Agram was made entirely of metal and plastics and uses design elements from the TEC-9 and the Beretta M12. The weapon has a threaded muzzle with a protective sleeve; this muzzle may be removed to fit a suppressor.[1]


See alsoEdit


  1. Jane's Guns Recognition Guide, 2008 edition, Richard D. Jones, Andrew White, p. 179
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