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In Fiction Edit
Bizon is an Elementary student in the Red Steel High school. Which bring to wonder if that school is more of a K-12 school instead. She looks up to her seniors.
has cat ears like most students at Red steel and whisker like patterns on her face and a tail (well ak's are cats)
Manipuitive and also looks up to the seniors. Can also be cute.
Bizon is the only known Red Steel SMG.
In Real Life Edit
The Bizon SMG was developed for special forces, police, and KGB security.
This interesting submachine gun had been developed in Izhevsk at the famous IZHMASH state arms factory during the early 1990s, and first appeared on public circa 1993. Obviously influenced by the somewhat unsuccessful Calico submachine guns, Bizon (Bison) SMG combined high capacity "helical"magazine with more conventional appearance and layout. Bizon heavily based on AKS-74 assault rifle, and actually built on shortened AKS-74 receivers, with AKS-74 pistol grip, trigger unit and folding butt. Latter models introduced somewhat improved shape of pistol grip, with better ergonomics. Large capacity magazine is located under the barrel, and serves as a forearm, resulting in comfortable hold and trim profile. This firearm said to be comfortable to carry and fire, and provides a lot of firepower. Also, thanks to its closed bolt fire mode, combined with hammer fire control module, provides accurate semiautomatic fire. Controls are similar to those on all Kalashnikov assault rifles, thus being familiar for all Russian troops. Initially produced for 9x18 mm Makarov ammunition (in both standard and Modified and hotter forms), Bizon latter appeared chambered for 9x19mm and 7.62x25mm ammo. Latter version appeared in two flavors - with cylindrical magazine holding 45 rounds, or with curved box magazine, holding 35 rounds (apparently, old magazines from PPSh-41 and PPS-43are used). Bizon submachine guns are in limited use with Russian security and law enforcement forces.
Only offically Russia by thier police force and government security.
The PP-19 can come in 64 round mazazines of 9x18, 9x19para, 7.62x25,