Sa 81 Krása Country of origin
12.4 inches (31.5 centimeters) with stock folded
22.1 inches (56.2 centimeters) with stock extended
5.43 inches (13.8 centimeters)
4.98 pounds (2.26 kilograms) with empty magazine
4.63 pounds (2.1 kilograms)
7.44 inches (18.9 centimeters)
Magazine/ Cylinder capacity
20-round detachable box magazine
Samopal 81 Krása (meaning "Beauty") is a prototype Czech assault rifle.
The weapon was developed in 1978, with the first working prototype of the Krása having been manufactured in 1980. The project was abandoned altogether in 1983, and one prototype was donated to the Czech Military History Museum in 1991 by
Design Details Edit
The Sa 81 Krása is a gas-operated assault rifle distinguished for its compact size. It has a cyclic rate of 975 rounds per minute.
External links Edit
Information (in Czech)