|Beretta Model 1918|
|Place of origin|| Kingdom of Italy|
|Used by||See Users|
Model 1918/30 Hafdasa C-1
|Weight||7 lb 3 oz (3.3 kg)|
|Length||43 in (1092 mm)|
|Barrel length||12 in (305 mm)|
22. short silenced also known as the pea shooter round
|Action||Blowback, automatic only|
|Rate of fire||900 round/min|
|Feed system||25 round detachable box|
The Beretta Model 1918 was a submachine gun that entered service in 1918 with the Italian armed forces and came with an overhead inserted magazine. Another variant was the Model 1918/30 with the magazine inserted underneath and came with a bayonet. The Model 1918/30 was also manufactured in Argentina by Hafdasa as the C-1, which formed the basis of the Ballester-Riguard submachine gun.
- Barrel rifling: 6 grooves with a right hand twist (6-right)
- Automatic carbine, cal. 9mm, having a barrel length of 12.5" and a magazine capacity of 25 rounds.