|Type||Select-fire machine pistol|
|Place of origin||Armed Republic of Dvinmiste Capia|
|Used by||- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|
|Designer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Manufacturer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Unit cost||$1250 per unit|
|Weight||1170 g (empty)|
|Cartridge||50-Rounds detachable box magazine|
|Cartridge weight|| 96 g empty
335 g full
|Rate of fire||1100 round/min (3-round burst)|
|Muzzle velocity||380 m/s|
|Effective range||50 m|
|Feed system||50-round box magazine|
The weapon is also capable of utilizing special ammunition, which can be selected by its owner. The "R" stands for Raffica, which is Italian for "volley", "flurry", or "burst".
The M93R Auto-9 C can be selected to fire either a three round burst or single fire. A selector switch enables the operator to alternate between the two firing modes. The pistol is fitted with a vertical foregrip at the front end of the trigger guard to provide better stability when firing. A folding steel buttstock can be attached at the heel of the grip. The Auto-9 is considered difficult to control when being repeatedly fired in burst mode because of the 1,100-round-per-minute firing rate.
- Armor-piercing: An advanced armor piercing round that has been shown to be able to penetrate kevlar vests as well as the titanium armor.
- High explosive
- Non-lethal: A round designed to incapacitate a target rather than kill.
- Standard: A standard round.