- Functional Bolt Catch
- Adjustable Front and Rear Sights
- Removable Folding Stock
- Ambidextrous Charging Knobs
- Lanyard Loops
- Type 3 Adjustable Hop-Up
- Gas Operated Recoil Blow Back
- Realistic Construction and Field Stripping
|Muzzle Velocity||310-330fps (0.20g bbs)|
|Gas Type||Green Gas|
|Fire Modes||Semi/Full-Auto, Safety|
|Warranty||90 Day Limited (Manufacturer)|
GREEN GAS NOT INCLUDED
The KWA KZ 61 Škorpion Submachine Gun features a removable folding stock, ambidextrous charging knobs, and two select-fire modes. The short overall length of the KZ 61 Škorpion makes it ideal for close quarter engagements, or as a sidearm for individuals who want a larger volume of fire from their secondary.
Development of the VZ 61 Škorpion was initiated in the late 1950s, with the intent to provide various non-infantry units with a lightweight, personal defense weapon that brought more firepower than the standard pistol. First prototypes of the new weapon were built in 1959 and was officially adopted by the Czechoslovak Army in 1961. Although the vz. 61 Škorpion was created for the Czech Army, a few Škorpions found their way into the hands of various niche groups, which favored the weapon for its small size and the subsonic capabilities of the .32 ACP cartridge.