|Halcón M-1943 submachine gun|
|Place of origin||Argentina|
|Used by||See "Users"|
|Manufacturer||Fábrica de armas Halcón|
|Barrel length||292 mm|
|Rate of fire||700 rpm|
|Effective firing range||200 m|
|Feed system||30/36/40 round box magazines (Depending on variants)|
The Halcón M-1943 is a submachine gun of Argentine origin and is chambered in both 9×19mm Parabellum for the Army and .45 ACP for police forces. This weapon is comparable in quality and performance with the Thompson submachine gun.
The Halcón M-1943 came with a fixed stock protruding from its grip section.