The Scorpion VZ 61 is famous for its service as a sidearm for soviet tank crews and is one of the few remaining guns that can be considered a true machine pistol. Well has released this famous gun as a replica automatic electric pistol. The Well has a mini type gearbox like the one in their popular MP7 AEP and includes the 7.2v Micro Battery EX with charger. It features a metal lower receiver and a metal wire folding stock that gives this AEP a solid feel. The VZ 61 also includes a 20mm rail mount that attaches under the barrel so the user can mount accessories such as flashlights and lasers. This gun is small but solid and is a great choice for anyone who enjoys compact airsoft guns like the MP7. Well is also offering something that no other manufacturer can, a drum magazine at no additional cost.
Gearbox Type: Well Mini Type
Magazine Capacity: 50 Rounds
Muzzle velocity: 250fps w/ 0.2G
Battery Pack Size: 7.2v custom battery battery
Package Includes: Battery, Charger, Manual, Standard Magazine and drum magazine, Loader, Cleaning Rod, 200 pcs 0.12BBs
Metal Folding Stock
Metal Lower Receiver
20mm Under Barrel Rail
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The VZ 61 only accepts the included 7.2v Micro Battery EX without modification. Also DO NOT use the included .12g bb's as they will void the warranty and may damage your gun.
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