The Bagani M90 is a submachine gun of Venezuelan origin. It was developed in 1990 by the Venezuelan National Guard and is currently in use by some Venezuelan law enforcement agencies. It is a selective fire weapon that uses the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge.
The M90 was designed to be a low-cost and easily manufactured weapon. It is made from stamped sheet metal and plastic and is simplicity itself. The gun is fed from 33-round magazines, although other capacities are also available.
The M90 is a simple, effective and inexpensive submachine gun. It is rugged and reliable and has found favor with some Venezuelan law enforcement agencies.