Poland’s BRS-99

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Polish arms manufacturer Fabryka Broni Łucznik (FB), a division of the Bumar Group, had their sub-carbine on display at SHOT. The BRS-99 is the semi-auto variant of the current issue Polish SMG line.

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The gentleman working the booth [shown below] replied to my question, importation to the USA civilian market is in the works. However he anticipated a pistol version would be available before a legal rifle version with a 16″ barrel. Either version, a solid release date wasn’t to be had. The BRS-99 Tactical is already offered to civilians in Canada for $1,699.99 local currency.

Note the BRS-99 Tactical model demonstrated below has a straight-deploying stock as opposed to the original canted stock of the sample above. The first two images shown are of the BRS-99, a semi-auto version of the PM-84P Glauberyt. The last photo is of the BRS-99 Tactical which is a semi-auto variant of the PM-06, which itself is essentially a PM-84P Glauberyt with a rail mounted on it. All firearms mentioned are chambered in 9x19mm.

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Corrections are welcome.

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Ethan M

A telecom engineer for an international company; Ethan didn’t finish his biology studies in college. After a year, his book club started meeting at the range as the Aftermath Gun Club. Ethan’s firearm interests are mostly with Cold War era small arms.


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  • Burst

    Is the lowest photo reversed, or are the actually adding an ambidextrous safety?

    I’d be interested to know if the handgrip can take a flashlight attachment, as I’ve seen on
    PM-84s in the wild.

  • Beaumont

    Want!

  • Dace

    These are popular in Canada

  • Drebin

    I’d pay $200 to the ATF so I could buy a PM-06 but i’m not interested in a semi-auto variant at all unfortunately.

  • http://twitter.com/MrozowskiJesse Jesse Mrozowski

    By the look of the bit near the rear of the receive I’d say all of the stocks can bend down like that, it seems like that rear portion swivels once you have moved the stock out far enough. Or by the looks of it perhaps it’s a button you push. Clever design.

    • http://aftermathgunclub.com/ Aftermath Gun Club

      Per the rep at the booth, the straight stock is unique to that model and does not cant. Note the stock channel on the two variants, on the canted model there is a cut gap for the stock to pivot whereas the bottom photo the tube channel is not interrupted.

      • http://twitter.com/MrozowskiJesse Jesse Mrozowski

        Ahhh I see what you’re saying. I didn’t notice the lack of a gap before. Still a rather nifty concept.

  • Chris

    Direct Blowback? What’s the action type?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Christopher-Blake/100001091151669 Christopher Blake

    Very nice!