|Country of origin||
Josef and František Koucký
- Stock extended: 28.5 inches (72.5 centimeters)
- Stock folded: 18.1 inches (46 centimeters)
7.87 inches (20 centimeters)
6.39 pounds (2.9 kilograms)
30-round detachable box magazine
360 meters/second (1181.1 feet/second)
The ZK 466 is a prototype Czech submachine gun.
The ZK 466 was designed by brothers Josef and František Koucký; it failed to enter service.
The weapon fires using blowback; other than that, very little information is available about this weapon. Despite that, the ZK 466 has been used in Czech films.