KWA – Skorpion KZ.61 GBB – Black
The development of the vz.61 Skorpion was started in the late 1950s with the intention of providing various non-infantry troops with a lightweight, personal defence weapon that brought greater firepower than the normal pistol. This was accomplished by starting the development of the vz.61 Skorpion. The initial prototypes of the new weapon were constructed in 1959, and the Czechoslovakian Army formally accepted it the following year in 1961. Despite the fact that the vz.61 Skorpion was designed for the Czechoslovakian Army, a handful of the weapons made their way into the possession of a variety of specialised groups. These groups favoured the weapon because to its compact size and the subsonic capabilities of the .32 ACP cartridge.
The KWA kz.61 Skorpion Submachine Gun has a folding stock that can be removed, charging knobs that can be used by either hand, and two different select-fire modes. Because of its small overall length, the kz.61 Skorpion is an excellent choice for conflicts that take place in close quarters. Additionally, it may be used as a sidearm by persons who seek a higher rate of fire from their secondary weapon.