The MAC-50 (also known as the Modèle 1950) is a standard semi-automatic pistol of the French army, adopted in 1950. It replaced the previous series of French pistols, the Modèle 1935A and Modèle 1935S, and was produced between 1950 and 1970. It was first made by MAC (Manufacture d'armes de Châtellerault) then by MAS (Manufacture d'Armes St. Etienne), both of which are French government-owned arms factories. It was superseded by the PAMAS G1, the French-licensed copy of the Beretta 92FS.
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