ČZW-762

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ČZW-762
Type Light machine gun
Infantry Automatic Rifle
Place of origin  Czech Republic
 Russia
Production history
Manufacturer Czech Weapons (ČZW)
Specifications
Weight 3.6 kg
Length 720 mm (stock folded)
967 mm (stock extended)
Barrel length 415 mm

Cartridge 7.62x39 mm M43
Caliber 7.62 mm
Action Lever-delayed blowback
Rate of fire 630 rpm
Maximum firing range 400 m
Feed system 30-round AK magazine, also compatible with 40-round box or 75-round drum magazines from the RPK
Sights Iron

The ČZW-762 is a light machine gun of Czech origin and an improved derivative of the LCZ-B20.[1] The weapon is chambered in the 7.62x39mm M43 round and is fed from 30 round AK magazines.

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The ČZW-762 is a lever-delayed blowback operated light machine gun that fires from an open bolt to prevent ammo cookoff. The weapon has low recoil and is controllable when in full automatic.

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