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  CZ Scorpion (Czech Republic )
CZ Scorpion
CZ Scorpion

Overview:

The central European country that is now the Czech Republic has long had a very distinguished firearms manufacturing tradition. Besides the famous Plzen-based Skoda works that has been around in one shape or another since 1859, there was also the CZ Brno firm in Brno. This gun-making history meant that while many other Warsaw Pact countries like Romania and East Germany simply put Soviet Russian designs into production, the Czechs persisted in adopting their own weapons. For example, Czech soldiers were armed with locally designed and CZ-built Vz. 58 assault rifle whereas almost all the other Soviet allies carried versions of the AK-47 or SKS. It was at this firm that engineer Miroslav Rybar began work on his short machine pistol.

Specification:

Manufacture :  Czech Republic

Caliber :  7.65mm (.32 Cal)

Length :  517 mm (20.4in) stock extended/270mm(10.6in) stock folded

Magazin Capacity :  30 Rounds

Barrel Length :  115 mm (4.5 in) (vz. 61, vz. 61 E)

Overall Length :  125mm (4.9")

Weight :  1.30 kg (2.87 lb) (vz. 61)

Action :  Blowback, Closed Bolt

Muzzle Velocity :  320 m/s (1,050 ft/s)


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