CETME


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AcronymDefinition
CETMECentro de Estudios Tecnicos de Materiales Especiales
CETMECareer Education and Training Middle East (educational and career conference; Bahrain)
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62x51 CETME rifle, it was an evolution of a World War II German design designated Sturmgewehr 45 (M) developed by Mauser's Light Weapons Development Group.
Somewhat ironically the CETME was actually refined into the 7.
As fielded by the Spanish army, the CETME rifle weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces empty, with an overall length of 40 inches.
Coming in a strong second would be the retarded, blowback, rollerlocked system, refined by engineers working at Mauser during WWII, and incorporated in such well known designs as the CETME, G3, MP5, HK91, HK93 and others.
What do you get when you cross a Spanish Model 1916 or Model 1943 Mauser with a modern CETME (G3) assault rifle?
Another example of a desirable front sight adjustment tool is the little, folding combination tool for the Spanish CETME, FR-7 and FR-8.
It proved successful enough that in 1957 it was tentatively adopted as the Fusil de Asalto CETME Mo.
CETME, as a preeminent Spanish research facility, has been the hotbed of many intriguing firearms and ammunition designs over the years, most of which were never placed into full commercial production.