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Skorpion SMG . The Skorpion, aka the tiniest SMG you'll ever see. Measuring in at 10.5 inches long with the stock folded and roughly 20 extended, it was designed for Czech Republic tank commanders/pilots/other non-infantry units so they had a weapon that was more than just a sidearm without sacrificing the size. Anyone who plays COD4 knows how much of a pain this weapon can be. Anyways, the features of my model are somewhat limited. It has no working safety this time, although it does have a decorative one. Its trigger, though, is different from my others in that it will go forward again after being pulled. The bolt slides back and forth realistically, and the stock folds and unfolds like the real deal. Other than that, its just too tiny to put the real features in. . Other side: you can see the sliding bolt and stuff. STock extended. Thi sis the only unrealistic part of the weapon, in reality the stock should be angled downward so that it could rest on your shoulder when you look down the sights. I couldnt make one like that without sacrificing structural integrity and the overall realistic look of the weapon. A look down the (almost non-existant) sights.

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