Police & Law Enforcement, Military Arms
|Rate of fire:||1000|
|Caliber:||9mm Luger (9x19mm Parabellum)|
|Overall length:||14.56 - 27.55"|
|Magazine capacity:||17 - 25 - 30|
|Magazine type:||Detachable box|
Production of the K6-92 blowback, open bolt submachine gun started at the "Krasniy Molot" plant in Grozny. Only a few hundred Borzes were crafted at the "Krasniy Molot" plant, because production at this plant was stopped by the First Chechen War, and moved into underground workshops. The Borz was very simple and inexpensive to produce, costing about $100 in Chechnya. The receiver could be square steel tubing with a stamped steel dust-cover on top and trunnions in the front and rear, although some versions have a round receiver. The bolt design closely mimicked that of the Soviet PPS, and the magazine was based on the magazine used in the German MP 40.