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[[File:MPX gen2 vs cur.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Gen 2 (left) vs. Gen 3 (right).]]
 
[[File:MPX gen2 vs cur.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Gen 2 (left) vs. Gen 3 (right).]]
  
The production version of the MPX SMG/SBR has a default barrel length of 8" (with 6.5" being an optional one), whereas the prototype counterpart was mostly shown with a 6.5" one.
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The production versions of the MPX SMG/SBR have a default barrel length of 8" (with 6.5" being an optional one), whereas the prototype counterpart was shown with a 6.5" barrel.
  
 
Regarding Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, the different ejection port and the scalloped top rail are definitive characteristics of an MPX Gen 2. This version also has by default an ambidextrous charging handle and a KeyMod handguard, though some MPXes Gen 1 could also be seen with them. For more details about Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, there is a video [http://www.midwayusa.com/video?VideoID=352780924 here], and an article [http://www.realgunreviews.com/sig-mpx-faq-video-analysis/ here].
 
Regarding Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, the different ejection port and the scalloped top rail are definitive characteristics of an MPX Gen 2. This version also has by default an ambidextrous charging handle and a KeyMod handguard, though some MPXes Gen 1 could also be seen with them. For more details about Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, there is a video [http://www.midwayusa.com/video?VideoID=352780924 here], and an article [http://www.realgunreviews.com/sig-mpx-faq-video-analysis/ here].
  
The Gen 3 version of the MPX has a narrower plate on the left side of the receiver, two less vent holes above the handguard, and an M-LOK handguard (though some earlier MPXes could also be seen with M-LOK handguards). It is commonly seen with a 5-position telescoping/folding stock (which, again, was also seen on earlier models).
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The Gen 3 version of the MPX <small>''(or at least what seems to be commonly known as "Gen 3")''</small> has a narrower plate on the left side of the receiver, two less vent holes above the handguard, and an M-LOK handguard (though some earlier MPXes could also be seen with M-LOK handguards). It is commonly seen with a 5-position telescoping/folding stock (which, again, was also seen on earlier models).
  
One additional note: I highly suspect that the images shown [[Talk:SIG-Sauer MPX#Promotional Images|here]] are conceptual/promotional photoshops. SIG-Sauer is no stranger to having made kinda misleading photoshops that don't exactly match the real weapons (such as [http://www.imfdb.org/images/archive/8/8f/20190430103626%21MPX_Gen_1.jpg this] and [http://www.imfdb.org/images/archive/d/d4/20190725165428%21SIG_MPX_Carbine.jpg this]).
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One additional note: the images shown [[Talk:SIG-Sauer MPX#Promotional Images|here]] are most definitely conceptual/promotional photoshops. SIG Sauer is no stranger to having made kinda misleading photoshops that don't exactly match the real weapons (such as [http://www.imfdb.org/images/archive/8/8f/20190430103626%21MPX_Gen_1.jpg this] and [http://www.imfdb.org/images/archive/d/d4/20190725165428%21SIG_MPX_Carbine.jpg this]).
  
 
==Machine Pistols==
 
==Machine Pistols==

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How to identify SIG MPX generations

The differences are circled in red:

Prototype version (left) versus Gen 1 (right).
MPX Gen 1 (left) vs. Gen 2 (right).
Gen 2 (left) vs. Gen 3 (right).

The production versions of the MPX SMG/SBR have a default barrel length of 8" (with 6.5" being an optional one), whereas the prototype counterpart was shown with a 6.5" barrel.

Regarding Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, the different ejection port and the scalloped top rail are definitive characteristics of an MPX Gen 2. This version also has by default an ambidextrous charging handle and a KeyMod handguard, though some MPXes Gen 1 could also be seen with them. For more details about Gen 1 vs. Gen 2, there is a video here, and an article here.

The Gen 3 version of the MPX (or at least what seems to be commonly known as "Gen 3") has a narrower plate on the left side of the receiver, two less vent holes above the handguard, and an M-LOK handguard (though some earlier MPXes could also be seen with M-LOK handguards). It is commonly seen with a 5-position telescoping/folding stock (which, again, was also seen on earlier models).

One additional note: the images shown here are most definitely conceptual/promotional photoshops. SIG Sauer is no stranger to having made kinda misleading photoshops that don't exactly match the real weapons (such as this and this).

Machine Pistols

I'm listing here the machine pistols that I know (be they in current production or not), but only the ones that are mechanically pistols (thus, this excludes some weapons such as the MAC-10 and the Vz. 61 Skorpion). If something needs to be corrected/added, let me know.

Fully-Automatic

Two-Round Burst

Three-Round Burst

Table of Glock models

Characteristics Full-Sized Competition Long Slide Compact Subcompact Slimline
9x19mm

Most of these
also exist in
9x21mm
Glock173rdGen.jpg
Glock 17
Glock34.jpg
Glock 34
G17L Gen3.jpg
Glock 17L
Glock19pistol.jpg
Glock 19
Glock 26.jpg
Glock 26
Glock-43-single-stack-92.jpg
Glock 43
Glock18 Gen3.jpg
Glock 18
Glock 19X.jpg
Glock 19X
GLOCK45MOS.jpg
Glock 45
Glock 46
(no image uploaded yet)
Glock 47
(no image uploaded yet)
Glock 48.jpg
Glock 48
Glock 43X
(no image uploaded yet)
10mm Auto Glock20.jpg
Glock 20
- Glock 40.jpg
Glock 40
- G29.jpg
Glock 29
-
.45 ACP Glock21.jpg
Glock 21
Glock41.jpg
Glock 41
- - Glock30.jpg
Glock 30
Glock36.jpg
Glock 36
.40 S&W Glock22.jpg
Glock 22
G35.jpg
Glock 35
Glock24.jpg
Glock 24
Glock23.jpg
Glock 23
G27.jpg
Glock 27
-
.380 ACP - - - G25.jpg
Glock 25
G28.jpg
Glock 28
Glock 42.JPG
Glock 42
.357 SIG G31.jpg
Glock 31
- - G32.jpg
Glock 32
Glock 33.jpg
Glock 33
-
.45 GAP G37.jpg
Glock 37
- - G38.jpg
Glock 38
G39.jpg
Glock 39
-
.22 LR - - - Glock 44.jpg
Glock 44
- -


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