ZK-383 9mm

ZK-383 9mm
ZK-383 9mm

The ZK-383 is a heavy SMG of Czech origin used during WW2. Czechoslovakians used it, but only as a reserve. It was also issued to the Bulgarian military, as well as some German troops. It was in use after World War II by the Balkan states up until the 1960s. It was also sold to Bolivia and Venezuela where it were in use until recently with the "Fuerzas Armadas Militrares". It is sometimes considered to be a light rifle, but the 9x19mm ammunition is typical of a submachine gun. ZK-383 is a large and heavy weapon, very strongly built. It stores the ammunition in a 30-round magazine. In addition, the gun has a bipod, a bayonet lug, and an extra long range sight, which is unusual for submachine guns. The rate of fire may be semiautomatic, 500 rpm, or 700 rpm. Caliber: 9mmParabellum Rate of fire: 500rpm-700rpm Magazine: 30rounds

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