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The Spasov M1944 Trigun was a triple-barreled submachine gun of Bulgarian origin, and a rare variation of the Spasov submachine gun. It was chambered in the 9×19mm round and had a very high rate of fire, at 1500 to 3000 rounds per minute. An example can be seen at the Sofia military museum today.
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The M1944 Trigun is a 9×19mm calibre, blowback operated, three-barreled submachine gun that uses three separate 30-round magazines for each barrel. The outer barrels have shrouds while the central barrel has a compensator. To cock the weapon, it uses a pump action vertical foregrip behind the magazine area and in front of the pistol grip.
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