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In 2001, the Supreme Court of California ruled that Intratec was not liable for the 1993 101 California Street attacks, and that same year Intratec was dissolved and production of the AB-10 model ceased. Although still found on the used firearms market and legal on the federal level since 2004, the TEC-9 and similar variants are banned, often by name, in several US states including California, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland.The TEC-9 was also used in the 1990 drive-by shooting at Nashville, Tennessee West End Synagogue by Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan Leonard William Armstrong.

The TEC-9 was produced from 1985 until 1994, when the model and TEC-DC9 variants were banned nationally in the United States, among the 19 firearms banned by name in the now-expired 1994 Federal Assault Weapons Ban (AWB). This ban forced Intratec to cease their manufacture, and forced them to introduce a newer model. The following year Intratec introduced the AB-10 (“AB” standing for “After Ban”), a TEC-9 Mini without a threaded muzzle/barrel shroud and sold with a smaller 10-round magazine instead of 20- or 32-round magazines. However, the AB-10 still accepted the larger capacity magazines of the pre-ban TEC-9 models, and were often acquired by users in place of the standard magazine. In 1999, the TEC-DC9 Mini was notoriously used by Dylan Klebold, one of the perpetrators of the Columbine High School massacre, ending with him using it to take his own life.
The KG-9 and KG-99 have an open-end upper receiver tube where the bolt, recoil springs, and buffer plate are held in place by the plastic/polymer lower receiver frame. This design only allows for 115 grains (7.5 g) 9mm ammunition, and if a heavier grain ammunition or hot loads are used, the plastic lower receiver will fail or crack, rendering the firearm unusable. Later versions of the TEC-9 and AB-10 had a threaded upper receiver tube at the rear and a screw-on end cap to contain the bolt, recoil spring, and buffer plate even if removed from the lower receiver, solving the problem of lower receiver failure when using hot ammo.The Intratec TEC-9, TEC-DC9, KG-99 and AB-10 are a line of blowback-operated semi-automatic pistols. They were developed by Intratec, an American subsidiary of the Swedish firearms manufacturer Interdynamic AB. Introduced in 1984, the TEC-9 was made of inexpensive molded polymers and a mixture of stamped and milled steel parts. The simple design of the gun made it easy to repair and modify. Similar to the AK-47, the TEC-9 developed a negative reputation in the United States for its association with organized crime, gangs and mass shootings in the 1990s, with it most notably being used during the 101 California Street shooting and the Columbine High School massacre. However, it was a commercial success, with over 250,000 being sold.

Quantities of an illegally-made 9mm machine pistol were seized in Europe in 2017. Despite being improvised weapons (and not developed by Intratec) they were nonetheless marked as “Intratec TEC-9”, believed to possibly have been done as a means to improve the street value of the weapon.
Following the 1989 Cleveland School massacre, the TEC-9 was placed on California’s list of banned weapons. To circumvent this, Intratec rebranded a variant of the TEC-9 as a TEC-DC9 from 1990 to 1994 (DC standing for “Designed for California”). The most noticeable external difference between the TEC-9 and the later TEC-DC9 is that rings to hold the sling were moved from the side of the gun with the cocking handle to a removable stamped metal clip in the back of the gun. In 1993, the weapon was the subject of further controversy following its use in the 101 California Street shootings That same year, California amended the 1989 Roberti–Roos Assault Weapons Control Act (AWCA), effective January 2000, to ban handguns having features such as barrel shrouds. During the 1990s the TEC-9 also developed a reputation for its use by American street gangs and organized crime syndicates, who were attracted to the large capacity 32-round magazines and low cost of the firearm.Interdynamic AB, a Swedish firearms manufacturer based in Stockholm, designed the Interdynamic MP-9, intended as an inexpensive 9mm submachine gun based on the Carl Gustav M/45 for military applications. The firearm was initially intended for adoption by the South African apartheid government, though it was rejected and shipped to various other nations. Ultimately, Interdynamic did not find a government buyer.As a result, the weapon was taken by lead designer George Kellgren to the United States domestic market as an open-bolt semi-automatic pistol, redesigned to eliminate its collapsible stock and vertical foregrip features per the National Firearms Act of 1934 and marketed under the subsidiary Interdynamic USA brand. Still, the design was deemed too easy to convert to an automatic weapon. Due to this, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) forced Interdynamic USA to redesign the firearm into a closed-bolt system, which was harder to convert to an automatic weapon. This variant was called the KG-99, and was popularized when it made frequent appearances on the popular television show Miami Vice, where it was legally converted to full auto by Title II manufacturers.

The PP-90 is a Russian 9 mm folding submachine gun, developed by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau in Tula for use with special units of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD). It is designed for close quarters combat, particularly engagements that require the weapon to be deployed rapidly in unusual circumstances.
The PP-90 can be divided into the following groups: the receiver (which houses the barrel, bolt, return mechanism, safety, and fire selector), the pistol grip/magazine well, and the stock. When carried in the stowed position (the bolt is in its forward, closed position) the pistol grip and magazine are folded under the barrel in line with the bore axis and covered by the folded stock body. The folded weapon resembles a cuboid with the following dimensions – 270 × 90 × 32 mm, devoid of any protruding elements, enabling easy concealment. To ready the weapon for firing the stock is pivoted out (simultaneously the pistol grip with magazine, trigger and trigger guard deploy), the safety is disengaged and the bolt cocked. The bolt’s cocking handle is placed at the rear end of the receiver housing and is accessed from beneath the stock.During the design phase, emphasis was placed on safety when operating the weapon; the internal mechanisms are configured to ensure that it is impossible to discharge the firearm in its folded position or when the stock is not fully deployed. The PP-90 also has a manual safety and fire selector switch. The safety toggle, installed on the left side of the receiver housing, has two settings: a top “P” position – indicating the weapon is safe and the bottom “O” setting – for automatic fire. The “safe” setting mechanically disables the bolt catch. The weapon’s internal safety mechanism also features a drop safety that prevents it from being discharged when dropped with a loaded chamber.

The PP-90 (short for Pistolet-pulemet obrazets 1990, Russian: ПП-90 – Пистолет-пулемет, “Machine Pistol model of 1990”) is an automatic-only weapon that uses the straight blowback method of operation, chambered for the 9×18mm Makarov cartridge. The weapon bears a conceptual resemblance to the 9×19mm FMG submachine gun made by the American company Ares.
The submachine gun with spare magazines and a cleaning brush is carried in a holster that can be slung from a duty belt or shoulder rig. The weapon can also be used with a sling.For aimed firing the PP-90 uses flip-up iron sights (notch and front post); these are made from thin sheet metal and fold down to lie flush against the receiver housing top cover. The barrel’s muzzle is also threaded and will take a sound suppressor.The submachine gun is fed from a detachable 30-round box magazine, placed in a well inside the hollowed pistol grip. The magazine catch is located in the heel of the pistol grip.

Can TEC-9 one tap?
Although the Tec-9 can unleash a high rate of fire, spamming the weapon will result in heavy inaccuracy and recoil. The Tec-9 has a very high running accuracy. Combined with the ability to one-shot kill to the head with armor, tapfiring while running is an effective strat even at medium to long ranges.
The Tec-9 is a semi-automatic pistol featured in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, exclusive to the Terrorists. The counterpart for the Counter-Terrorists is the Five-SeveN. The Tec-9 is a Swedish-made semi-automatic pistol manufactured by Intratec. It gained notoriety in the 80’s and 90’s for being easy to modify and convert into full-auto due to its open-bolt system, leading these modified versions to be the main weapon used in shootings and crime. Therefore, it was listed as one of the weapons in the 1994 Federal Assault Weapons Ban. In-game, the weapon is semi-automatic and has an 18 round capacity. The recoil is a bit wild when spraying bullets but usually accurate enough when tapfired when not moving. It has excellent penetration power and damage (it can kill a player even when wearing a helmet with one shot to the head), as well as a decent magazine capacity, average reload time, and a faster rate of fire compared to other pistols in the PC version (it has a low rate of fire on the Console versions of CS:GO).

Its disadvantages are its high recoil which discourages rapid firing, and a strong moving inaccuracy that makes it much harder to use on the move. Overall, it is one of the more favorable pistols used during the pistol and eco rounds.
The TEC-9 is a versatile but short ranged pistol. Its 18 round clip, high armor penetration, and rapid fire make it ideal for close combat. However, the TEC-9 has high accuracy and, in recent patches, reduced damage at long range. This means that to use it effectively, it should be tapped at medium to long range, or as a luxury sidearm when there is cash to spare. The high recoil can be managed for mid-range encounters, but it is more luck than skill that will carry the day in that case. At close to mid range, aim for the head, then for a finishing body shot. At long range, aim and slowly tap at the head and hope for the best. The TEC-9 is a one-shot kill on a close range headshot against helmet and non-helmet wearing enemies.

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r/NJGuns is the home of everything that impacts NJ gun owners. Want to know what is legal? Want to know where to buy NJ compliant stuff? Look no further! If your new here please read the following: FAQ, Pinned posts, rules and sidebar information. If you have a question, please use the search tool to check and see if someone else has asked and answered it already or your post may be locked and re-directed. (NJGuns takes no legal responsibility for the content of its page.)Basically where the firearm was disallowed or going to be disallowed, [he] decided to rename the gun to that effect. Not changing the gun, but I guess to see if there was any problem in the sales thereafter with just renaming the gun into that area.The investigating officers booked the earliest such issue (February 1992) into evidence, which contained an advertisement for the “Hell-Fire” trigger attachment Ferri had outfitted his TEC-9’s with.

The words “gutsy performance” in the advertisements meant that the TEC-9 “had the availability of firepower above and beyond most everyday semiautomatic firearms. The ads emphasized the gun’s “36 rounds of firepower,” and its “threaded barrels. Navegar also prominently displayed and emphasized the fact that the TEC-DC9 “threaded barrels” in its advertising.The TEC-9 has little, if any, practical value in the average self-defense scenario. Its weight, dimensions, and ergonomics make it a poor choice for the instinctive way that people aim when shooting in self-defense. Its crude sights, heavy weight, and gritty trigger pull make precisely aimed shots difficult for even experienced shooters.In advertising and promoting the TEC-9, one segment of the market targeted by Navegar was “survivalists,” who would want the TEC-9 in case “war ever breaks out,” and who would be attracted to the TEC-9 because of its “firepower,” and its cost.Because it is designed primarily for spray fire, the TEC-9 presents a severe threat to everyone in the vicinity of the defender, including family members, passersby, and innocent bystanders, and is therefore a hazard for self-defense.On November 5, 1991, the District of Columbia adopted the Assault Weapon Manufacturing Strict Liability Act. The D.C. law defines “assault weapon” to include the “Intratec TEC-9,” and makes manufacturers of assault weapons:

When asked about the availability of the TEC-DC9 in California, Navegar’s marketing director, James Hodges, replied that Navegar has shipped TEC-DC9’s to “California-area distributors.”
The TEC-9 is useless for hunting, and is not used in any sort of shooting competition. The only recreational use for the TEC-9 is “plinking” — shooting at cans and water bottles. It is too awkward and inaccurate a weapon for even the most informal target shooting.

The TEC-9 is also designed to fire only full-metal jacketed ammunition. While such ammunition is required for military use because of its penetrative power, this same feature makes it generally unsuitable for civilian or law enforcement self-defense purposes. A fully jacketed bullet will exit a human being and keep on moving — even continued through a wall — and may strike an innocent bystander.
Gun traffickers also use straw purchasers — people without criminal records and with in-state identification — to purchase guns in significant quantities in states with weak gun control laws for transfer to and resale in states with stronger gun laws. Because gun show sales are difficult to police, many gun show exhibitors do not comply with the firearms laws, making gun shows a significant contributor to the illegal traffic in firearms. The theft of firearms from individual owners and licensed dealers is also a lucrative source of firearms for illegal traffic.the proliferation and use of assault weapons poses a threat to the health, safety, and security of all citizens of this state. The legislature has restricted the [TEC-9] based upon finding that [it] has such a high rate of fire and capacity for firepower that its function as a legitimate sports or recreational firearm is outweighed by the danger that it can be used to kill and injure human beings.

In June 1993, the Connecticut legislature enacted an assault weapons ban, specifically listing the Intratec TEC-9 as a banned assault weapon. Navegar challenged the law in Connecticut state court. In attempting to overturn the ban, Mr. Garcia testified that the letters “DC” stood for “defensive carry,” and that “I did not change the name to evade the [DC] law.” Garcia explained that “defensive carry” referred to a change in the placement of the sling catches on the TEC-9 from the side to the back of the weapon, allowing it to be carried more comfortably.[T]hat was the general nature of the kind of material, his reading material that was quite obvious and is overwhelmingly obvious in the apartment … [T]hey were all of that type

Is the TEC-9 better than the Mac 11?
The M11/9 (MAC 11) is a much more reliable handgun. The TEC9 can’t chew through 5 rounds without a misfire or jam. The MAC 11 isn’t superbly reliable, but it can make it through an entire magazine more often than not. The TEC 9 is constantly jamming or failing to fire.
Navegar’s promotional efforts were successful. In the year after Mr. Garcia took the business back from his father, production of the TEC-9 increased by 250%.

Intratec U.S.A. (“Intratec”) manufactured a vertical foregrip for use with the KG-99, which it marketed as an “Assault Grip.” Intratec used the term “Assault Grip” in marketing the foregrip, “[b]ecause you basically hold the gun with two hands like you would as assault weapon, a military weapon.”The TEC-9’s relatively compact size allows a shooter to transport a maximum of firepower with a maximum of ease, and with far greater concealability than other weapons of similar firepower. For example, the TEC-9 is capable of being hidden under a car seat, in a duffel bag, or slung under a jacket. No other weapon available had more firepower than the TEC-9, while remaining concealable in a briefcase. Beginning in 1988, Navegar began to aggressively advertise and promote the firepower of the TEC-9 in magazines such as Soldier of Fortune, Combat Handguns, and S.W.A.T. The ads stated that: [Y]ou could sell the [TEC-9] to a distributor in California and if he has the contacts he might sell that particular gun back to Pennsylvania. And it goes back and forth every which way you can think of . . .There is no legitimate use for a silencer. No one interested in using the TEC-9 for self-defense or recreation would be interested in a silencer; if they were, it would indicate a criminal purpose.

In November 1982, and again in March 1985, the ATF notified Intratec that it was unlawful to possess a KG-99 and an attachable foregrip, even though the pistol and the foregrip were disassembled. Although Intratec understood that they should not be selling the assault grip, he continued to sell it as an accessory for the KG-99, stamping on the order form that “ATF has ruled that the KG-250 assault grip may not be attached legally to the KG-99 or the old model KG-9.”

Can the TEC-9 one shot?
The TEC-9 is a one-shot kill on a close range headshot against helmet and non-helmet wearing enemies.
Assault weapons are disproportionately associated with criminal activity. In May 1989, Cox Newspapers published a widely-publicized study of BATF tracing data for the period January 1988 through March 1989. The study determined that assault weapons accounted or 10% of the weapons traced, even though they represented only about 0.5% of the firearms in circulation at that time. On that basis, the report concluded that assault weapons were approximately 1% of the firearms in circulation at that time, they accounted for 8% of the weapons traced.Intratec renamed the KG-99 the TEC in August 1985. The TEC-9 was substantially identical to the KG-99, with just a few cosmetic changes. The company resumed marketing the assault grip without any warning, advertising that it “Attaches to All TEC-9” Intratec advertised the TEC-9 as a “High-spirited” weapon that is “as tough as your toughest customer.” The company’s brochure emphasized the weapon’s “paramilitary” appeal, its “Military blowback design,” and its “Combat-type” sights. The brochure depicted a smoking target of a human being shot dozens of times through the head and the heart in what appears to be a fusillade of automatic weapons fire. In April 1987, Intratec was sued by the Estate of David Bengston in Connecticut state court. The complaint alleged that the decedent, a school custodian, was fatally shot in the head with a TEC-9M [“Mini”], and that Intratec “knew or should have known that the TEC-9M gun was and is primarily suited for an/or used in criminal activity,” and that it “lacks legitimate use, such as sporting, law enforcement of self-protection.” In November 1987, Carlos Garcia formed Navegar in order to take the assets of the business back from his father and avoid Intratec’s liabilities. Navegar continued to manufacture and market the TEC-9, and continued to do business as Intratec. Intratec U.S.A. declared bankruptcy in 1989, with the Bengston and Alicki lawsuits as its only significant liabilities.

capture the military-type thinking people as well as anybody else that . . . were thinking of it but maybe couldn’t afford other military-type weapons; but when they looked at this and the firearm itself and realized the price and the value, they would consider purchasing it.
While the TEC-9’s 32-round capacity may be an asset in a standoff against the police, or in fending off a rival drug gang, it is a liability in the average home defense scenario. The typical home defense scenario does not require more than the 6-10 round capacity of an ordinary revolver or semi-automatic pistol.

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The TEC-9 is a direct descendant of military machine pistols, which provide soldiers with maximum firepower in a small, light-weight, easily maneuverable package. Machine pistols are most effective against multiple targets in close quarters, where precisely aimed shots are not as important as a large volume of fire.

VI. Assault Weapons Are Disproportionately Involved In Criminal Activity, And The Tec-9 Is The Assault Weapon Of Choice For Homicides And Other Violent Crimes

Navegar hit its mark with Ferri. A flyer for the 1993 Soldier of Fortune Convention/Expo was found in his apartment. Just two weeks before his assault on 101 California Street, Ferri went shooting in the desert with acquaintance named Michael Spivak. Mr. Spivak told police investigators that:
The day after the AWCA was signed into law, a bill was introduced in the Florida legislature that would have banned the manufacture and sale of the TEC-9, and which contained legislative findings nearly identical to hose in the AWCA. Navegar hired a lobbying firm to oppose the legislation. In May 1990, the United States Senate voted to ban the manufacture of the TEC-9, and the State of New Jersey enacted legislation banning its sale within the state.

The extent of the legal and illegal interstate traffic in firearms is so great and the sources that feed that traffic so prolific that U.S. manufacturers of firearms should reasonably expect their weapons will be used in criminal activity throughout the United States, even in states where sale and possession of their products are prohibited or restricted by law. Navegar was not surprised to learn that sales of the TEC-DC9 to California residents did in fact take place, from both within and without the state.
Mr. Solo’s successor, Navegar marketing director James Hodges, confirmed that the “DC” designation stood for “District of Columbia,” and that the name was changed as a way to evade the District’s strict liability law.

Why is the TEC-9 banned?
After Patrick Edward Purdy used a Type 56 Assault Rifle to kill five children and wound another 29 children at the Cleveland Elementary School in Stockton, California, the state of California passed the Roberti-Roos Assault Weapons Control Act of 1989 that banned certain assault weapons including the TEC-9.
In 1982, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ruled that the KG-9 was an illegal machine gun, due to the ease with which it could be converted to fully automatic fire.Gian Luigi Ferri was part of Navegar’s target market. After the shooting at 101 California Street, police investigators found a large number of “survivalist-type magazines,” including Soldier of Fortune, in Ferri’s Woodland Hills, California apartment. Assistant Police Chief Sanders testified that:

Navegar advertised the TEC-9 in Guns Magazine continuously throughout this time period, taking the inside front-cover of every issue from May 1992 through May 1993.

Navegar purchased booths at the annual Soldier of Fortune Convention shows in Las Vegas in 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992, where it displayed the TEC-9, distributed its product brochures, and donated a TEC-9 as a prize. Navegar exhibit at the Soldier of Fortune shows because the people who attended them, like the readers of Soldier of Fortune magazine, were part of its “target market.”
On January 17, 1992, Intratec began labeling its TEC-9 assault pistols “TEC-DC9.” Mr. Solo testified that the initials “DC” stood for “District of Columbia”, and that he knew h\this because Mr. Garcia had told him so. Mr. Garcia explained to Mr. Solo that:

Firearms manufactured in the United States move by both legal and illegal means throughout the country, even into states where particular firearms are restricted or banned. Manufacturers usually utilize distributors in several states to market their weapons to dealers located throughout the country. Federal firearms dealers, in turn, often sell guns to other dealers across state lines. there are currently more than 150,000 licensed federal firearms dealers throughout the United States.
The TEC-9 represented the maximum amount of firepower commercially available to buyers at the time of the 1001 California Street shootings. The TEC-9 offered firepower approaching or exceeding that of military-type weapons such as the AK-47 and the Colt AR-15. Its use of staggered, double-column ammunition magazines is associated with military or law enforcement, not civilian shooting requirements. Even large capacity, commercially available semi-automatic pistols such as the Glock 17 cannot match the firepower of the TEC-9.

As legislative efforts to ban the TEC-9 gained momentum, in June 1990, Navegar sought to further capitalize on the situation by advertising the TEC-9 as an “Endangered Species.” Navegar used this phrase “[t]o have sales increased. In other words, letting people know that it looked like this firearm was going to be disallowed to be sold, so get it now while you still can.
In March 1989, Mr. Garcia testified in the Bengston case that he had heard reports in the media that the TEC-9 was a preferred weapon of criminals. In May 1989, the Cox study was published, identifying the TEC-9 as the assault weapon most frequently traced to crime, and the gun of choice of drug gangs and organized crime — reports that were heard by Mr. Garcia. Confronted with these allegations by the press, Mr. Garcia said that:The TEC-9 retains most of the characteristics of machine pistols, and serves the same purpose. While it lacks a fully automatic rate of fire, its 32-round magazine can be emptied in seconds. The unique destructive capacity of assault weapons like the TEC-9 makes them particularly attractive to certain criminals, gang members, and drug dealers. The prior involvement of assault weapons in mass killings like the Stockton schoolyard shooting made it foreseeable — if not inevitable — that such weapons would eventually be used in other mass shootings like Ferri’s assault on 101 California.

Absent from the original KG-9, at some point the company added threading to the barrel. The TEC-9’s barrel is threaded to accept accessories such as a silencer or barrel extension.
I’m kind of flattered. It just has that advertising tingle to it. Hey, it’s talked about, it’s read about, the media write about it. That generates more sales for me. It might sound cold and cruel, but I’m sales oriented.The company redesigned the KG-9’s bolt to make conversion more difficult, and renamed the weapon the KG-99. Otherwise, the design remained essentially unchanged. Intratec confirmed that like its predecessor, the KG-99 could be fairly described as “combining the high capacity and controlled firepower of the military submachinegun with the legal status and light weight of a handgun.”

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Mr. Solo was aware that the Hell-Fire switches used by Ferri were advertised for use with the TEC-9. There were Hell-Fie switches on the premises at Navegar. Mr. Solo was not surprised that Ferri used Hell-Fire switches on his TEC-9’s, because “anybody that wants to take the most advantage that they can, will try to get anything that they can to help that advantage. Two days later, on November 7, 1991, Mr. Solo was quoted in the USA Today newspaper as saying that “[t]he (D.C.) law is ridiculous . . . What’s next? Football helmets?” Given this extensive legal and illegal distribution network, once a manufacturer puts a firearm into the stream of commerce by transferring it to a distributor, it can expect its weapon to move quickly and easily throughout the United States. Navegar brochures advertised the “TEC-KOTE” finish available on the TEC-9 as providing “excellent resistance to fingerprints.” People who didn’t know any better could understand this to mean that fingerprints would not be left on the weapon. In addition to legal transactions, there are numerous illegal methods which facilitate the movement of specific guns into states where their possession is restricted or banned. Purchasers often travel to adjacent states that have no restrictions on the sale or possession of particular weapons. Although proof of in-state identification is needed to purchase a handgun, it is often not difficult in such states to obtain a driver’s license or other in-state identification to use to make a purchase. This was the method chosen by Ferri to purchase the TEC-9 assault pistols used in the massacre at 101 California Street.

Licensed dealers sell guns to individual purchasers. These transactions are recorded on a BATF From 4473 “Firearms Transaction Record.” Federal law does not require that a record be made if that guns is resold to another individual or a dealer. The result of this exception is a largely uncontrolled market in privately-owned firearms. The proliferation of gun shows also facilitates the transfer of guns from dealers to individuals and between private individuals.
strictly liable in tort, without regard to fault or proof of design defect, for all damages arising by bodily injury or death if the bodily injury or death proximately results from the discharge of the assault weapon . . . in the District of Columbia.Mr. Solo confirmed that if law enforcement officials said that the TEC-9 was inordinately used in crime, it would increase sales, because “[a]nything bad would be good as far as sales go.” Although Navegar began stamping its weapons “TEC-DC9” on January 17, 1992, it did not actually add the new sling catch until fifteen months later, on April 23, 1993, after having manufactured over thirty-six thousand “TEC-DC9’s” without the new sling catch, including both of the weapons used by Gian Luigi Ferri. The guns used by Ferri did not have the new sling catch, and were in all respects identical to the TEC-9, except for the addition of the letters “DC” to the firearm’s receiver. On May 24, 1989, in the wake of the Stockton schoolyard shooting, California enacted the Roberti-Roos Assault Weapons Control Act, (the “AWCA”), which banned the sale and advertising of the TEC-9 in the State of California. The AWCA contained a legislative finding and declaration that:[H]is reading materials were of the soldier of fortune type, ammunition ad guns. But there were lots of them, more than a couple dozen. They were all over the place.

The TEC-9 is the assault weapon of choice among criminals. The TEC-9 was the assault weapon most frequently traced by the ATF in each year from 1990 through 1993, comprising 24% to 26% of all assault weapons traced. A study of 33 major metropolitan areas also determined that the TEC-9 accounted for 24% of all assault weapons seized in 1990 and 1991 (including those that were not traced by BATF), and 42% of all assault pistols seized.
In 1993 and 1994, Navegar received several warranty cards from purchasers of the TEC-DC9 who resided in California, and who purchased their weapons from California dealers.

Is the TEC-9 Russian?
They were developed by Intratec, an American subsidiary of the Swedish firearms manufacturer Interdynamic AB. Introduced in 1984, the TEC-9 was made of inexpensive molded polymers and a mixture of stamped and milled steel parts. CachedSimilar
The wrath of the government, the only thing it has done is increase our sales. What people are starting to realize is “Geez, I really want that firearm, but if I can’t get it anymore, I better buy it fast.” I’m sorry to say, whenever anything negative has happened, sales have gone tremendously high. This case is about irresponsibility and accountability. It is about the irresponsibility of selling to the general public a firearm with extraordinary potential for mass destruction. It is about the accountability of that seller when the weapon is foreseeably used for that purpose. The TEC-9 ventilated barrel shroud is a feature normally found only on military-style firearms, not on conventional handguns. Its primary purpose is to allow the shooter to grasp the barrel and sweep the weapon from side to side while firing rapidly — called a “spray fire” technique — without burning his or her hands. It also helps to stabilize the weapon during rapid firing. If discharged rapidly using a spray fire technique (an experienced shooter can empty a 32-round magazine in seconds), the TEC-9 can be used very effectively in close quarters against 5 to 10 individuals.

On July 1, 1993, Gian Luigi Ferri used two TEC-DC9 Assault pistols, manufactured and sold by defendant NAVEGAR, INC., dba INTRATEC FIREARMS (“Intratec” or “defendant”), in a commando-style attack on the Pettit & Martin law firm and other offices in the 101 California office building in downtown San Francisco. With deadly efficiency, Ferri killed eight people and wounded six more in a matter of minutes. Plaintiff MICHELLE SCULLY was not only shot and permanently wounded during Ferri’s rampage, she was forced to suffer the even crueler fate of witnessing her husband John’s death as he tried to shield her from flying bullets.
Navegar used the phrase “assault-type pistols” rather than just “pistols” to describe the TEC-9 “[b]ecause that’s how they’re classified” by the industry. Navegar advertised the TEC-9 as an assault-type weapon “because it could be used in an offensive type situation or a defensive type situation,” and to convey the idea that it could be used to initiate fire.The MacBook Air’s webcam also benefits from the M1 chip providing signal processing tricks to improve clarity and color accuracy. And, of course, the Magic Keyboard is still here, which provides a comfy typing experience. Dolby Atmos audio support means that some movies and TV shows will sound even better than before. If you can afford a newer MacBook it will last you longer, but if you’re on a budget even a refurbished MacBook Air M1 should serve you well.

The MacBook Air M2 feels truly worthy of the Air name. And we’re not saying that the previous MacBook Air M1 isn’t good — it helped introduce the world to the power of Apple silicon. It’s just that cramming revolutionary performance in the same old chassis didn’t feel (or look) like a leap forward.

This laptop turned in class-leading results on multiple tests, including Geekbench, Photoshop, Premiere Pro and video transcoding. If you want even more performance, the optional M2 Max chip offers a big graphics boost with up to a 38-core GPU. Based on our testing, you can even play demanding games like Resident Evil Village with pristine graphics and smooth frame rates.
Why you can trust Tom’s Guide? Our writers and editors spend hours analyzing and reviewing products, services, and apps to help find what’s best for you. Find out more about how we test, analyze, and rate.The MacBook Pro 14-inch 2023 is one of the most powerful portable laptops money can buy, and that’s because of the new M2 Pro chip from Apple, which delivers even faster performance than the previous M1 Pro chip. Whether you’re editing photos, transcoding videos or multitasking with a dozen apps, the new MacBook Pro can handle any workload with ease.

You get the same stellar 14-inch mini-LED display as the previous M1 Pro model, awesome 6-speaker sound system and comfy keyboard and touchpad. Plus, the 1080p camera is a bit better thanks to a new ISP. The HDMI port now supports up to 8K displays, and you still get an SD card slot.
The MacBook Air was always the best MacBook for most people, but now it’s better for even more people than ever before. This laptop’s 14 hours and 41 minutes of battery life in the Tom’s Guide battery test is more than enough to get you through a day at the office, and the M1 still delivers solid performance.To find the best MacBook, we run each through our gauntlet of benchmarks and real-world tests, and then use them as our main computer for as well. Only then are we comfortable recommending them (or not) for your purchase. Performance: If you know you don’t push your laptops to their limits, get the MacBook Air and get the entry-level model. Its 8-core M1 chip and 8GB of RAM are going to surprise you with their speed. Upgrade that RAM to 16GB if you keep a lot of applications open at once. Those who work with more demanding applications will either want to get the M1 MacBook Pro (check with your favorite applications to see if they’re updated for Apple silicon) with 16GB of RAM, or consider getting an Intel-based MacBook with 32GB of RAM. Storage is fast up and down the lineup. The new M2-powered MacBooks provide somewhat of a middle-ground between the original M1 MacBooks and the M1 Pro and M1 Max laptops. Like its smaller sibling, the MacBook Air 15-inch packs the powerful Apple M2 chip, a gorgeous Liquid Retina display and the sleek design introduced with the MacBook Pro line in 2021. Though it’s not as powerful as those Pro laptops, the 15-inch MacBook Air packs enough punch for most people. Despite its larger size, this is still one of the lightest and thinnest laptops out there. It also has excellent battery life, a hallmark of Apple silicon.

Graphics and gaming: For M1-based MacBooks, you either get a 7-core or 8-core integrated GPU, and we’ve seen amazing results on the 8-core version. The M2-powered MacBook Pro comes with 10 GPU cores as standard. So upgrade if you want to game on your Mac. Yes, you can play serious video games on the Mac now. It’s impressive.
The M2 Pro version of the laptop lasted a whopping 14 hours in our Tom’s Guide Battery Test, which beats most Windows laptops. The M2 Max version lasted 12:51, which is still very good endurance.

Does Russia use p90?
The PP-90 is a Russian 9 mm folding submachine gun, developed by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau in Tula for use with special units of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD).
Size and weight: The 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro are only distinguished by the Air’s wedge shape and slightly lighter weight. The MacBook Pro (3.0 pounds for M1, 3.1 pounds for Intel) is 0.2 – 0.3 pounds heavier than the 2.8-pound MacBook Air. Unsurprisingly, the 16-inch MacBook Pro — which is a heavier 4.3 pounds — is best for those who either don’t mind the heft in their bag or don’t move around as often.

Yes, $1,119 is a steep price, but we would easily recommend this system over the $999 MacBook Air M1 staying in the lineup because of its better performance and display, along with sharper webcam and MagSafe charging. If you’re on a budget and just need a lightweight laptop to browse the web on the older M1 Air will serve you well, but if you want the latest and greatest, this is the best MacBook for the money. The best MacBook for you can be tricky to figure out because there are now so many different MacBooks to choose from. You’re still mostly picking between MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, but now there are too many options for each. On top of that, the MacBook Pro’s 434.8-nit display is brighter than the Air’s 365.8-nit panel. And on the Handbrake video transcoding test, it converted a 4K movie to 1080p in 7 minutes and 44 seconds, beating the already speedy MacBook Air’s 9:15.The MacBook Air 15-inch M2 might be a bigger version of the 13-inch MacBook Air M2 released last year but it’s arguably the best 15-inch laptop for the money. The 13-inch MacBook Pro 2022 (from $1,299) was the first M2-powered Apple laptop to hit the market. And based on our tests, the M2 chip delivers, offering performance that destroys competing Windows laptops. The M2 also beats the M1 chip by a significant margin in various benchmarks. The new MacBook Air is a breath of fresh you-know-what, and that’s because Apple paired an even faster M2 chip with a design that’s markedly thinner and lighter. Carrying this 2.7-pound notebook around and using it is a breeze. You get stellar performance, a vibrant display and superb battery life all wrapped up in a design that is delightfully portable.

The MacBook Pro with M1 takes everything we like about the M1-based MacBook Air, and then kicks it up a notch or two. For example, it lasted a whopping 16 hours and 32 minutes on the Tom’s Guide battery test, beating the M1 Air (14:41) by nearly 2 whole hours.
Want it all? Then you may be looking for the beastly 16-inch MacBook Pro, which sports either M2 Pro or M2 Max chips that deliver shocking amounts of performance. This model features the same gorgeous mini-LED Liquid Retina XDR display as its predecessor and once you get over the notch, you’ll be wowed by its contrast and smoothness, especially with its 120Hz refresh rate. On top of that, you get the return of the ports that pros demand. That’s not just the safety-focused MagSafe 3 charging port, but HDMI-out for connecting to displays and an SD memory reader for connecting memory cards for real-deal cameras. Oh, and don’t think MagSafe will take USB-C charging out of the picture: the MacBook Pro’s trio of Thunderbolt 4/USB4 ports also draw power. On top of that, you’ve got a 1080p webcam, a trio of improved microphones and a stellar six-point speaker system. Not only does Apple still offer aging MacBooks powered by the original (and still decent) M1 chip, but it also has new MacBooks packing the latest Apple M2 chips. On top of that, you can get select MacBooks with more powerful Pro and Max versions of Apple silicon, which are ideal for folks doing heavy-duty coding and video editing.

However, while this notebook sports a new slice of Apple silicon, the design shows its age. You get the same form factor, same ports, same display and same webcam as older pre-notch MacBook Pros. Meanwhile, the new MacBook Air 2022 offers a larger display with thinner bezels, a 1080p webcam and a thinner, lighter design.
We also run the BlackMagic storage speeds test to see how fast these MacBooks’ SSDs are (spoiler alert: they’re all pretty fast). Then, we run our custom battery test to see how long each MacBook (at 150 nits of brightness) can last browsing the web over Wi-Fi until it runs out of juice.While every MacBook on this list is a great laptop, there are specific reasons why you should opt for one over the other. MacBook Airs are still some of the lightest laptops around, but if you care about power or screen size you might want to splurge for a bigger, beefier MacBook Pro (with 14-inch or 16-inch display) and a more powerful M2 Pro or M2 Max chip. But if you just need a solid MacBook to browse the web and answer email, the classic MacBook Air with either M1 or M2 chip should serve you well. There’s even a 15-inch model if you need a bigger display.Alex Wawro is a lifelong tech and games enthusiast with more than a decade of experience covering both for outlets like Game Developer, Black Hat, and PC World magazine. A lifelong PC builder, he currently serves as a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering all things computing, from laptops and desktops to keyboards and mice.Other perks include Dolby Atmos sound, improved webcam video quality (thanks to the M1’s new signal-processing chip), the sharp 2560×1600-pixel Retina display and iOS and iPadOS app support. And don’t forget the Magic Keyboard, which is an actual joy to type on.

We’ve also tested various computer games on MacBooks, with Civilization VI: Gathering Storm being one of our current favorites to run because it runs well on both macOS and Windows, giving us a good point of comparison.We use a Klein K-10A colorimeter to test each MacBook’s screen to find its average brightness and color quality (so we don’t just assume Apple’s ratings are correct). When it comes to general performance, we use the Geekbench 5 (CPU performance) benchmark, and time how long the Macs will take to transcode a 4K video to 1080p.

Is there a full auto TEC-9?
The TEC-9 retains most of the characteristics of machine pistols, and serves the same purpose. While it lacks a fully automatic rate of fire, its 32-round magazine can be emptied in seconds.
Battery life: The 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro is the longest-lasting MacBook there is, posting a Tom’s Guide battery test time of 18:20. This beats the M1 Air (14:41) and the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2021 (15:31) by a solid margin.

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Have a question? Start by checking out our Help Center, reading our blog Your Questions Answered section, or browsing our forum to find the topic you’re looking for.We offer sales and consignments of firearms and class III weapons as well as components. Please be aware that we cannot sell products that may be in violation to your states rules and regulations regarding firearms, magazines and other related products. Please contact us if you have questions regarding legalities in your state. USM-2008 The good news is we all win in our ability to own both, regardless of what all the anti-gun Karens say. Lastly, if you do own both, give in to the urge to dual wield and just do it. The TEC-DC9M has a removable barrel extension that allows the weapon to be much shorter than the original TEC 9. Although I’m not sure why anyone would want a smaller TEC 9, options are good, right? The TEC 9 is a blowback-operated pistol that feeds from a magazine forward of the trigger. These pistols were quite popular and inexpensive. Throughout the 80s and 90 over a quarter million were sold.

This is clearly the most important category in ou MAC 11 vs. TEC 9 battle, right? Well, the good news is there is a very clear winner. The M11/9 (MAC 11) is a much more reliable handgun. The TEC9 can’t chew through 5 rounds without a misfire or jam. The MAC 11 isn’t superbly reliable, but it can make it through an entire magazine more often than not.The sight blow, I can’t decide which is worse. The rear sights are small, and the front sights blend in with the rest of the guns and are difficult to actually see. Maybe they work better with a stock, but without one, they are terrible.

When it comes time to start slinging lead, you want the gun to work. The M11/9 simply works better. If you are jumping through the air as you blast away in your midmorning gunfight, then you need a gun that keeps popping off.I could tie this to reliability at this point. How can a gun be fun if it doesn’t work? Admittedly these are both silly guns and are best for the range. Both can be fun as in a silly way, but the M11/9 actually shoots the majority of the time.

Are TEC-9 illegal in the US?
In most cases , the License To Carry is not Firearm specific. In other words, you can carry a TEC-9 if you want to.
How do they guns handle? Both are not exactly stellar, but each has its strong points. Let’s start like you would in real life, and what’s the first impression you get when you pick the gun up. The TEC 9 has a much more comfortable pistol grip that’s semi-AR 15 like. The MAC 11 feels like you are picking up a two by four due to the magazine being stored in the pistol grip. The next feature you’ll want to fiddle with is the charging handle. The TEC 9 is placed out on the left-hand side and is easy to grip and rip. MAC 11 goes a different way by using a circular charging handle place on top of the gun. The TEC 9’s charging handle is much easier to reach and engage. There is a point to this article, though. Let’s say you are a guy with an ‘import/export business,’ and you need the means to protect it. You need a weapon that can be used with one hand while racing your cigarette boat down the Miami coast. The gun doesn’t need to be accurate, easy to handle, or ergonomic, but it does need to look cool. You need a gun that makes a statement, and without a doubt, both the M11/9 and TEC DC9M are guns that make a statement.

Both of these oversized, heavy, and ridiculous pistols are viewed with equal disdain among the anti-gun Karens. Karens typically judge things by how they look, and these guns sure look scary. Keep in mind they function no differently, in a practical sense, from a Glock 19, a SIG P226, etc. Because the anti-gun industry hates them, I love them and have wasted too much money on either of them.The most important piece of ergonomics is how does it handle while being shot sideways and held with a single hand? In that realm, the M11/9 is much more balanced due to its magazine placement. The bulky TEC DC9M is overly long and unbalanced for firing it with sideways with one hand.Lol. Neither of these guns is very accurate, mostly due to the sights and horrid triggers. The M11/9 has a terrible trigger slap, so much, so the previous owner of mine tacked on a soft piece of foam. The TEC 9 has a long, weirdly mush trigger pull but is not painful.