with a short mag. it look very similar to the Czech make Skorpion vz 61, but ryo is not sure. somebody with easy more knowledge than ryo could probably identify this weapon for sure. so this is just ryo best guess neh. most likely reaper chan, greasypaws chan or Nitris san or charley chan would be the right people to find out from neh.
Thanks Little Dragon, I bet your right. Kind of a funny lookin gun huh.
btw, the word ka on the end of a sentence make it into question. ryo do this from habit. if you recognize this weapon, please speak up as am sure that friend catfish88 would like to know as much as ryo would like to know how close was own guess neh.
make available for the Skorpion. btw it still in production too and is use by a half a dozen different country. it is consider a pistol and there is a holster that is make for it to be carry like sidearm neh. ryo look this one up and from what could find, Skorpion vz 61 is best guess, but there are other people here that most likely know better than ryo.
Your friend alway,
PS girl is very pretty too neh d:-)
Little Dragon, I beleive you are right my friend. I googled the Skorpion after you suggested it and the gun looks the same. Good job buddy. And yes, the girl ain't too bad to look at either.
and you have it easy to look up too cause you at least had name to start with neh. lol ryo had to look through about 50 different picture of submachine gun before seeing the Skorpion vz 61 and recognizing it as gun in picture. but still we could be wrong. before decide this one for sure we should consult with some of the real experts here like Nitris san, reaper chan, greasypaws chan, charley chan and also maybe hug e bear might know too neh.
Yea, I think that's it. We will see what the other guys say, but I think you nailed it.
domo arigato goziemasu for your kind word. saw this gun because you post it and thought ok, ryo have been doing lot research lately, as you know, for design team and could tell this was compact submachine gun. so went first to Modern Firearms and then to Janes and finally found it. have also discover there is a commercial semi auto version of this weapon that not need special license for person to own or have to pay extra tax.
i dont know what gun that is, but i know that girl lol, shes a pornstar by the name of sylvia saint.
Raffy, ding ding ding, and the winner of name that porn star is..RAFFY!!
when i saw this pic, i didnt really tnake a good luck at the gun, cuz of the babe, but im not sure, but i think that gun is a skorpion that fires .32 acp.
Yea Raffy, I understand, it's hard to focus on that gun with that ass sticking out like that. Raffycanlas....gun expert and Sylvia Saint enthusiast!!
you cant hate me for that, the woman is beautiful.
You have good taste Raffy, I'll ive you that.
Ha ha ha, I don't know how you did that, but that's cool. You wished you knew if she tasted good or not!
haha i thought you might get a lil kick out of that.
reaper chan, please take look at this gun. know it hard because pretty girl catch eye lot more than gun, but dozo give it best try neh. d:-) we think it the Czech make Skorpion vz 61 submachine gun, just not perfectly sure neh. what does reaper chan think ka
Caliber: 7.65x17mm (.32ACP) in vz.61; also 9x18mm Makarov in vz.82 and 9x17mm (.380ACP) in vz.83
Weight: 1.28 kg without magazine
Length (stock closed/open): 270 / 517 mm
Barrel length: 115 mm
Rate of fire: ca. 850 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity: 10 or 20 rounds
Effective range: 25 meters
The Scorpion submachine gun is an interesting little weapon which is somewhat hard to classify - is it a machine pistol (a full-automatic weapon for single-hand fire) or a submachine gun (also an automatic weapon, but for shoulder fire). Either way, there are pros and cons. Nevertheless, this weapon deserved its place in history of firearms. Its development was initiated in late 1950s, with intent to provide various non-infantry units with lightweight personal defense weapon that is more effective than a pistol, but is no more obtrusive. Another niche for Scorpion was use by various special forces, because the selected cartridge, known as 7,65x17 Browning / .32 ACP can be easily silenced. First prototypes of a new weapon were built in 1959, and official adoption followed in 1961, under designation of "Samopal Vzor 1961" (submachine gun model of 1961), or SA Vz.61 in short. This weapon was issued to various units in Czechoslovak army, and also widely exported. Licensed version of the Scorpion was produced in Yugoslavia, where it was widely issued as an military officer's sidearm. At least few Scorpions found its way to the hands of various terrorist groups, which favored it for its small size and ease of silencing. It also can be easily fired singe-handedly, like most pistols.
When Czechoslovak army adopted Soviet 9x18 PM pistol cartridge in 1982, the Scorpion was redesigned to accept this bigger and somewhat more powerful ammunition. Export versions of the new model, known in Czechoslovak service as SA Vz.82, were produced in 9x17 Browning / .380 ACP. The last versions of the Scorpion family were produced during early 1990s, and included "military-type" selective-fired SA 391 and "civilian" SA 91s, which was semi-automatic only. Either gun was chambered for 9x19 Luger / Parabellum ammunition. The SA 391 is still being offered to eligible buyers by famous CZ-UB factory.
Scorpion submachine gun is blowback operated weapon, with original rate-reducing mechanism. The rate reducer uses special sear which locks the bolt in the rearward position. A special plunger reciprocates down and up in the channel made within pistol grip. When bolt comes to its rearmost position, it strikes the plunger and then is locked by the sear. Plunger cycles inside its channel, and on its return trips the sear to release the bolt. This produces enough delay to slow down the cyclic rate of fire to reasonable 850 rounds per minute. The firing is controlled by the trigger unit with separate hammer and manual safety / fire selector which permits for single shots and full automatic fire. Cocking handle is made in the form of dual sliders, which are located on both sides of stamped steel upper receiver. The lower receiver, which hosts pistol grip, trigger unit and magazine, is made from machined steel.
Magazines are double stack, and capacity varies depending on the version and caliber (standard capacity is 10 or 20 rounds). Gun is fitted with folding shoulder stock, made from steel wire, and is usually issued with leather pistol-type holster and magazine pouches
arigato for the extra information on this weapon too. ryo very grateful. ryo love this forum! alway learning something new here and it alway very kewl too neh.