The PP-19 Bizon is a Russian submachine gun designed in the early 1990s by Viktor Kalashnikov (son of Mikhail Kalashnikov).
The design is based on the AKS-74, while sharing 60% parts commonality with it despite being blowback instead of gas-operated. It uses a high-capacity (64 9×18mm Makarov rounds) cylindrical helical magazine similar to earlier Calico M950 design, but placed as a foregrip.
- List of weapons
- PP-19-01 / Vityaz SN
- PP-19 (Girls' Frontline)
The following tags are aliased to this tag: bizon and pp-19 (learn more).
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