The UVF had a well-publicised factory for sub-machineguns, the arms trade in Italy and Spain relied for generations on parts made in people's own homes and it is well known that there are thriving small-scale workshops in parts of the world like the Philippines and the tribal areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
What does SBMCHNGN stand for?
SBMCHNGN stands for Sub-Machinegun
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He admitted firing 21 times with his sub-machinegun at Aminul Rasyid's car in a bid to stop it after it had run through a police roadblock, the independent news portal The Malaysian Insider reported.
Merah threw a pistol from a window in exchange for a "communication device" but still has an AK-47 and an Uzi sub-machinegun.
DRDO has also developed a modern sub-machinegun (SMG) that will be extremely useful in anti-terror operations as its ammunition is capable of piercing bulletproof jackets.
The army said it recovered 257 sub-machineguns and rifles, two pistols, four tins of SMG ammunition and three tins of PK machinegun ammunition.
The murder weapon was later identified as a sub-machinegun of a type then standard issue to the Libyan army.
Gunsmith Grant Wilkinson adapted replica sub-machineguns for use by the underworld in a shed he turned in to a gun factory.
They were threatening so one policeman drew a sub-machinegun and they got scared and disappeared.