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The ZK-338 is a submachine gun and was developed by Czechosloavkian Koucky brothers who worked at the Zbrojovka Brno arms factory. It was produced at a slow rate from 1938 and was exported as far as Latin American to Bolivia and Venezuela.The ZK-383 was exported to many smaller Eastern European countries following its production start date in 1938. The production of the ZK-383 continued at Brno arms factory even during the German occupation during World War Two. Most of the guns produced were handed to the Waffen-SS. It continued to be produced in small numbers to Eastern European countries but it was Bulgaria who continued importing it right up until 1970, 4 years after production finished. The ZK-383 was slowly phased out by smaller and lighter submachine guns such as the Skorpion vz. 61 and Sa vz. 23.[1]


 

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