The Delacre Modèle 1936 was a French concept arm gun designed by Henri Delacre.

History[edit | edit source]

The Delacre was patented in December 1936. It is not known whether a prototype was actually constructed.

Design[edit | edit source]

The Delacre was an early bullpup pattern submachine gun designed to be fired from the user's forearm. The magazine featured a circular latch that fitted around the user's wrist, so as to steady their aim and reduce the recoil. The trigger group was similar to that of the FM 24/29.

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