Manufacture d'Armes de Bayonne

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The Manufacture d'armes de Bayonne (roughly translated as "Bayonne Arms Factory", abbreviated as MAB) was a French arms manufacturer that specialized in handguns. The company was founded by Léon Barthe in 1920 and was active from 1921 to the end of the 1980s.

Most of MAB pistols are either based off or even close copies of other European pistol designs.

Specifications

Founded: 1920

Country: France

Products: Pistols


Pistols

Weapon Caliber(s) Capacity Produced Variants Image
MAB Model A .25 ACP  ? 1925 - 1961 - MAB-Model-A.jpg
MAB Model B .25 ACP 5 1932 - 1949 - MAB Model B.jpg
MAB Model C .32 ACP 9 1933 - 1982 - MAB-Model C.jpg
MAB Model D .32 ACP
.380 ACP
9 (.32)
7 (.380)
1933 - 1963 (.32)
1933 - 1982 (.380)
- MAB Model D Type II.jpg
MAB Model E 6.35mm 10 1949 - 1964 - MABModelEtrue.jpg
MAB Model F .22LR 10 1950 - 1963 or 1985 - MABModelF.jpg
MAB Model G .22 LR
.32 ACP
10 (.22LR)
8 (.32)
1957 (.22 LR variant)
Unknown (.32 ACP)
- MABModelG 22LR.jpg
MAB Model GZ .22 LR
6.35mm
7.65mm
.380.
? 1957 - 1964 - MABModelGZ.jpg
MAB Model R .22 LR
.22 Short
.32 ACP
.32 French long
.380 ACP
9x19mm
? 1950 - 1963 or 1965 R-22 "La Chasseur" MAB Model R.jpg
MAB PA-8 & PA-15 9x19mm 8 (PA-8)
15 (PA-15)
1966 - 1985 P.A.P. F1 Competition Target Pistol MAB-PA-15.jpg


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