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WEAPONS..INFORMATION
Generic weapon's data and sniper system's data

Glossary of terms

PISTOLS:
Glock 17
Glock 19

Glock 21
SIG Sauer P226
SIG Sauer P229
SIG Sauer P229S
SIG Sauer P232
MK23
M1911A1
Beretta 92
PPK
PM

SUBMACHINE GUNS:
MP5SD
MP5K-PDW
MP5A3
UZI
Mac 10
vz. 61Skorpion
951-A

SNIPER RIFLES:
MSG-90
PSG-1
Remington 700
SVD
Grizzly 50 Big Boar
SR9(T)
R93

ASSAULT RIFLES:
Steyr AUG
CAR-15
M16A1
AK-47

SHOTGUNS:
M1 Super 90
M-37

SPECIALS:
FIM 92A
Stinger RMP, Man Portable, Shoulder Fired, Infrared Guided, Anti-Aircraft Missile
M60E3
General Purpose Machine Gun or Medium Machine Gun
M203
Grenade launcher/with M16
M72A2 LAW
Light anti-armor weapon

Episode 'Surgical Strike'...Before boarding bus with kids,
Margo screws suppressor onto end of Skorpion to slay enemy in warehouse.

Used By Opposition, Benny Ray and Margo
Manufacturer State Ordinance Factories
Country of Origin Czechoslovakia
First Production Year Late 1950's
Cartridge .32 ACP (7.62mm)
Magazine Capacity 10, 20 rd box
Type Feed Staggered
Locking System None
Barrel Length 4.4 in./112mm
System Operation Blowback, Selective Fire
Max. Effective Range 50m
Max. Range 150m (stock extended)
Muzzle Velocity 1040fps/317mps
Muzzle Velocity w/Silencer 899fps/274mps/274mpss/274mps
Cyclic Rate of Fire 840rpm
Cyclic Rate of Fire w/Silencer 950rpm
Applied Safety Blocks Trigger and Sear

Operator Notes:

Originally designed to be both a pistol and a submachine gun, it doesn't quite carry out both roles. Better classed as a submachine gun in spite of its' diminutive size as is the Mac 10. It is a very unusual and an effective design. It fires the American .32 ACP round which is extremely surpising for a Warsaw Pact country. It is a reliable and handy weapon and is easily concealed and is found throughout Europe and the Middle East. Though this weapon is no longer in production it was also produced in .380 ACP (vz. 63), 9mm Makarov (vz. 64) and 9mm Parabellum (vz. 68). Yugoslavia also manufactured a copy called the M61.

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