‘Bizon’ 9mm Sub-Machine Gun
The submachine gun “Bizon” is a weapon for the law enforcement and special forces.
There are several modifications of the weapon chambered for different rounds: “Bizon-2″ in 9×18 mm. Makarov pistol cartridge, and “Bizon-2-01″ in 9×19 mm. Parabellum.
The main distinguishing feature of the “Bizon” is the large capacity magazine placed under the barrel. This magazine holds 64 Makarov cartridges, or 53 Parabellum rounds. The underbarrel magazine does not increase overall dimensions of the weapon and functions as the forearm during shooting.
The “Bizon” submachine gun is equipped with a folding stock.
There are two stock modifications available: (1) a frame buttstock folding to the left, or (2) an upper buttstock folding on the receiver top. The submachine-gun can fire with the buttstock folded.
Depending on the submachine gun version, the trigger mechanism delivers both full-auto and semi-auto fire or semi-auto fire only.
The “Bizon” can be provided with a sound suppressor and modern fire control.
There is a side mounting rail to accommodate collimator, optical and night sights.
The advantages of “Bizon” submachine guns are high accuracy and grouping, compactness and concealed carrying possibility, high performance during unprepared fire, stability during fire with one or two supporting hands, possibility to use sound suppressors and sights for special tasks.
|Specifications||BIZON-2 with frame buttstock||BIZON-2-01 with frame buttstock|
|Cartridge, mm||9×18 Makarov||9×19 Parabellum|
|Muzzle velocity, m/s||320||380|
|Sighting range, m||100||200|
|Rate of fire, rounds/min||680||750|
|Weight with empty magazine, kg||2.7||2.9|
|With unfolded buttstock||690||690|
|With folded buttstock||460||460|
|Barrel length, mm||230||225|
|Magazine capacity, rounds||64||53|