Also rarely seen. A solid piece, but don't drop it on the magazine. The fold-down grip is practically a necessity; firing 10 mm full-auto is hard enough without a stock. A favorite of the Red Army, supposedly.
It should be noted that this gun looks odd – the location of the bolt suggests it must collapse on itself to load a fresh cartridge, and the placement of it so far back could be very annoying for someone firing from the hip (spent cases being ejected into an arm, for instance).
Controls: Safety on left side in front of trigger. Magazine release on left side near magazine.
Action: Full-auto blowback.
Additions: Nice big sights. Fold-down front grip creates extra handhold.