Machine pistol

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A machine pistol shares several properties of the semi-automatic handgun and the sub-machine gun. Machine pistols are ordinarily clip-fed and self-cocking. Such a pistol is designed to be held and used in a single hand but almost requires always the use of both hands to control.

Common examples include the mac-10 and the mini-uzi, although the line between machine pistols and sub-machine guns is quite blurry...