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Halcon Submachine Guns Series
In the 1940s to the 1960s, Argentinian firearms manufacturer Fábrica de Armas Halcón ("Halcón" meaning "falcon") produced a series of submachine guns in 9x19mm and .45 caliber. Initially, they were based on the Thompson system while later models were influenced by such submachine guns as the MP40 and Madsen M50. The most widely used models were the Modelo 1943, Modelo 1946, Modelo 1949, ML-57 and ML-63.
Note: all Halcon SMGs are temporary merged on a single page until more entries appear.
Halcón Modelo 1943
The Halcón Modelo 1943 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:
Halcón Modelo 1949
The Halcón Modelo 1949 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:
|Soldier's Revenge||John Savage||Frank Morgan||1986|
|Soldier's Revenge||Vietcong fighters||1986|
|Rage of Honor||Martín Coria||Jorge||1987|
|Rage of Honor||Argentinian police||1987|
|Burnt Money||Argentine bank robbers, Montevideo Metropolitan Guard officers||2000|