CBJ MS

image076 Caliber 6.5 x 25 mm
Weight (empty) 2.8 kg
Length 565 mm
Length (with folded stock) 363 mm
Barrel length 200 mm
Muzzle velocity 700 rpm
Cyclic rate of fire 600 – 800 rpm
Practical rate of fire 30 – 100 rpm
Magazine capacity 20, 30, 100 rounds
Sighting range ?
Range of effective fire up to 400 m

image013 The CBJ MS or Modular System is a personal defense weapon, designed by Bertil Johanson, a Swedish arms designer, who established a CBJ Tech AB private arms manufacturing company. This PDW was revealed in the early 2000s. This compact weapon is intended for non-frontline troops, commanders, vehicle drivers, tank and artillery crews, pilots, medical teams and other support personnel. Currently this weapon system is in a final stage of development, however it received no production orders to date. The CBJ MS is based on the Izraeli Uzi submachine gun.
It is a blowback operated, selective fire weapon. However a replacement bolt group can be installed and the gun will fire from a closed action It is chambered for a newly-developed 6.5 x 25 mm high- velocity ammunition. It is claimed that performance of this round exceeds the standard ball 5.56 mm NATO ammunition. It is also claimed that in some cases it outperforms even the standard NATO 7.62 mm ball rounds.