CSA Vz. 61 Scorpion Machine Pistol AEP with Drum Magazine by Tolmar
CSA, or Czech Small Arms, is the sole producer of SA vz. 58 rifles and SA vz. 61 pistols for import to Europe and North America, located in Jablunka, Czech Republic, CSA continues to produce vz. 58 and vz. 61 fire arms in unique and effective cartridges not generally seen on the market.
The CSA Vz. 61 AEP is a 1:1 scale replica of the famous Vz. 61 "Scorpion" machine pistol used by tank crews, recon units and Soviet-era special forces units. Using a Tokyo Maui spec. AEP gearbox and powered by a 7.2v battery, the CSA Vz. 61 is perfectly sized for use as a back up weapon with full-auto capability, or as a primary weapon for those who don't require a full size battle rifle. Included with the machine pistol is a mid-cap stick magazine, a 370 round high-capacity drum magazine, battery and charger, setting you up with everything you need.
- Very realistic VZ. 61 AEP licensed by CSA (Czech Small Arms)
- Metal lower receiver
- Polymer upper receiver with realistic CSA trademarks
- Top folding stock allows for support when shouldering the scorpion
- Adjustable metal front sight and adjustable metal rear sight
- Includes both stick magazine and high capacity drum magazine
- Adjustable Hop-Up for accurate performance
- Bottom 20mm accessory rail for attaching further optional equipment
270mm / 522mm (stock extended) Inner Barrel:
80 round stick magazine, 370 round drum magazine Fire Modes:
Single / Full-Auto Velocity:
220~260 fps Hop Up:
450mah 7.2V Micro Battery ( included ) Charger:
110V charger ( included ) Package Includes:
Gun , Magazine , Bottom Rail Mount , Battery, 110V Charger, BB Charging Set , Cleaning Rod , Manual. Manufacturer:
CSA / Tolmar Things you may need to get started:
Battery and Charger – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results. Spare Magazines – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you. BB’s – High quality precision 6mm BB’s recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BB’s for best results. Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
"So it seems that most of the reviewers dont seem to realize what the skorpion is designed for. one person was complaining about range and accuracy. its design is for cqc, not mid and long range engagements. anouher said that drum mag didn't fit. it wont lock in unless you put bbs in it, then it will fit. stock is ok for what it is meant to be used for (hip fire support), but isn't the comfiest.
for my actually review look at the very first one, this one is meant as a warning. i cant speak for those who got faulty chargers or batteries, but the ones i got were fine.
"This was my first AEG, and I'm none too pleased. I don't have the budget for something high quality, so I picked this up. Let me get straight to the point.
+good for close quarters battles
+Not a common sight on the battlefield, so occasionally turns a few heads
+I have personally had no issue with the battery, and it holds a decent charge
+Comes with rail system attached, under barrel.
-USELESS stock. I took the thing off entirely, and use the gun as more of a machine pistol.
-Drum mag doesn't fit at all. Took it to a technician at my local field who advised filing down part of the mag, but I can't tell what.
-cheap charger, can't tell if it's charging the battery until it starts to warm up...
-I find it misfires CONSTANTLY. BB's will simply drip out of the barrel sometimes. I use it on semi only at the local field, but I've tried full auto and an extra bb always falls out after a burst.
-Mags DO NOT hold 60, so much as around 40, which is understandable for a small gun, but still a struggle for anyone like me that relies on this tyke for a primary. Don't forget your speedloaders, because you're gonna use em.
-Bought a spare mag by Tokyo Marui and it didn't quite fit right. Ended up scratching the paint off the top of the mag and filing down the magwell a but. It fits, but just barely.
-Battery is housed in grip, which would be clever if the cap wasn't so easy to take off (just twist it like 45 degrees). I learned the hard way how easy it is to come off when my friend lost it on the field just the other day. Luckily we found it, but such a key piece should be more secure!
-Frankly it feels cheap
-Uncomfortable to use without a foregrip. What's worse is there's barely room to mount one there, and your hand is almost against the mag the whole time.
-Not accurate, not reliable.
-cannot make pancakes, just saying.
-I have a suspicion the fps is dropping with every few uses, regardless of charge
While it's certainly not the worst thing you could bring to a bb war, I prefer using my triple shot shotgun (a spring gun, mind you).
For how it performs, get a gbb pistol instead. And a pancake maker.
-Came with magazines
-Battery refused to hold a charge
-Damaged pistol grip
-Drum mag would not feed
-Stock snapped off with minimal use
-Charger had a damaged wire (had to duct tape it together to use it)
-Rounds that actually fed jammed inside of the gun
-Front sight was crooked
-Very inaccurate and had a short range
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