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PAP M92 pistol PRICE AND HISTORICAL VALUE

PriceItemConditionDate Sold$660.00 OTHER MODEL 7.62X39 FS M92PAP ZASTAVA SERBIA "DA DRACO"
Lenoir City, TN 37772New Old Stock$805.00 ZASTAVA ARMS PENNY! ZASTAVA PAP M92PV, 7.62X39, W/ 10" BARREL!!!
Grapevine, TX 76051Used$785.00 ZASTAVA ARMS CENTURY M92 PV PAP 7.62X39 AK PISTOL W/ SB BRACE 10" BBL NICE 10 INCH " BARREL
Clever, MO 65631Used$1,225.00 CENTURY ARMS CAI ZASTAVA PAP M92 PV 7.62X39MM PISTOL M92PV 7.62X39 11 INCH " BARREL
Inwood, WV 25428Used$895.00 ZASTAVA ARMS CENTURY YUGO M92, PAP M92PV 7.62X39 AK47 PISTOL W/ BRACE
Tampa, FL 33612Used$900.00 7.62X39 ZPAP92 AK PISTOL ZASTAVA ARMS PAP M92 PISTOL, SOB47 BRACE, 5 MAGS, CNC WARRIOR BRAKE, BAG 10 INCH " BARREL
Diamondhead, MS 39525Used$910.00 ZASTAVA ARMS C.A.I. PAP M92PV AK-47 PISTOL 7.62X39 $.01 START NO RESERVE
Sebastian, FL 32958Used$1,225.00 ZASTAVA ARMS CENTURY PAP M92PV 7.62X39MM PISTOL 10 INCH " BARREL
Inwood, WV 25428Used
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Zastava M92

Carbine

The Zastava M92 is a carbine developed and manufactured by Serbian Zastava Arms.[2] It is nearly identical to the Zastava M85 carbine; the only differences between the two are caliber and, correspondingly, magazine design.[3] The M92 is a shortened version of the Zastava M70 assault rifle, which is a modified copy of the Soviet AKM assault rifle.

Overview[edit]

The Zastava M92 chambers and fires the Soviet 7.62×39mm round. It is a gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, and selective fire firearm with an under folding metal stock. In general design, it is a modified hybrid of the Soviet AKMSU and AKS-74U carbines, but is easily distinguished by the design of pistol grip and especially by the longer handguard, which is made out of a different wood type and has three cooling vents instead of the usual two. This feature gives the M92 less overheating on full auto mode.

The M92 also features a shorter barrel. Unlike most rifle rounds which would otherwise experience a loss of velocity out of a shorter barrel, the 7.62×39mm round loses very little velocity when compared to a full length barrel. This makes it an excellent round for short-barrel rifles. The short barrel of the M92 may not lose enough velocity to even make a considerable difference when compared to the M70.

Design and features[edit]

The M92 is a gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective fire, shoulder-fired weapon with an underfolding stock. In contrast to the M70, the M92 also features a flash eliminator on the barrel end, which reduces muzzle flash and allows the user to see the bullet's point of impact. Like all carbine rifles, the M92 has a shorter effective range and lower penetration when compared to the original rifle, but it also has its own advantages, it is more efficient in close combat, the handling is improved and it has a higher rate of fire. Other advantages of a shorter barrel also gives it more portability and ease of concealment, making it popular for vehicle crews, pilots and special forces.

Users[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Congo's new 'shortcut' war brutality". Daily Nation. 4 May 2009.[better source needed]
  2. ^ abcM92 Technical dataArchived March 10, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^History of Zastava Arms - 1992Archived May 7, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^Wondo Omanyundu, Jean-Jacques (23 May 2018). "Joseph Kabila continues to over-equip his regime militarily for the upcoming political deadlines". desc-wondo.org.
  5. ^ abcRepublic of Serbia: Ministry of Economy and of Regional Development. Annual Report on the Transfers of Controlled Goods in 2008. p. 37. Archived from the original on 21 December 2014. Retrieved 25 October 2014 – via Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
  6. ^Jenzen-Jones, N.R.; McCollum, Ian (April 2017). Small Arms Survey (ed.). Web Trafficking: Analysing the Online Trade of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Libya(PDF). Working Paper No. 26. p. 75. Archived from the original(PDF) on May 16, 2017.
  7. ^"First Women Joining Palestinian Commando Unit in West Bank". October 2017.
  8. ^"Automat M92 u kalibru 7, 62 mm - Page". December 2019.http://www.crveneberetke.com/protest/

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The Zastava M92 is a carbine developed and manufactured by Serbian Zastava Arms.[1] It was developed from the Zastava M85 carbine, a nearly identical weapon with only difference in caliber, and with that, the magazine design.[2] The M92 is actually a shortened version of the Zastava M70 assault rifle, which is alone a modified copy of the Soviet AKM assault rifle.

Overview[]

The Zastava M92 chambers and fires the Soviet 7.62×39mm round. It is gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective fire firearm with an under folding metal stock. In general design, it is actually a modified hybrid of Soviet AKMSU and AKS-74U carbines, but is easily distinguished by the design of pistol grip and, especially handguard, which is longer, is made out of different wood type and has three cooling vents instead of usual two. This feature gives the M92 less overheating on full auto mode.

The M92 also features a shorter barrel. Though unlike most rifle rounds which would otherwise experience a loss of velocity out of a shorter barrel; the 7.62x39 round loses very little velocity when compared to a full length barrel. Thus making it an excellent round for short-barrel rifles. Though the short barrel of the M92 may not lose enough velocity to even make a considerable difference when compared to the M70; the shorter barrel can limit the accuracy (and thus shorter effective range) due to not having as much spin as a full length rifle.

Design and features[]

The M92 is a gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective fire, shoulder-fired weapon with an underfolding stock. In contrast to the M70, the M92 also features a flash eliminator on the barrel end, which camouflages the shooter's position. Like all carbine rifles, the M92 has a shorter effective range, quicker overheating and lower penetration when compared to original rifle, but it also has its own advantages, it is more efficient in close combat, the handling is improved and it has a higher rate of fire. Other advantages of a shorter barrel also gives it more portability and ease of concealment, making it popular for vehicle crews, pilots and special forces.

Users[]

References[]

External links[]

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Zastava M92

Place of Origin

Flag of Yugoslavia from 1918 to 1941, then 1945 to 1992Yugoslavia

Developed From

Zastava M70

Expected Muzzle Velocity

678m/s

Action

Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Feed System

Detachable box magazine

Length

795mm (stock extended)
550mm (stock folded)

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Pap m92 yugoslavian

Zastava Arms PAP M92 Pistol – Serbian-Made Krinkov-Style Pistol

Zastava Arms, originally founded in 1853 alongside the production of cannon barrels and howitzers, is a Serbian arms and artillery manufacturer headquartered in Kragujevac, Serbia. With over 150 years of experience in the arms industry and a rich heritage, Zastava Arms states that their philosophy is to not only maintain their place among Europe's top arms manufacturers, but to advance their position by continuing to offer high-quality military, hunting and sporting arms as they always have while improving at every level of their operation. In fact, their ISO 9001 and SNO 9000/05 certifications are a testament to their dedication to providing the best product possible. And speaking of quality products, the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol, a Krinkov-style pistol based on the AKM, is one of the manufacturer's most popular firearms.

As noted, the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is a civilian-legal Krinkov-style pistol based on the AKM. Produced by Zastava Arms for importation by Century Arms International, the PAP M92 pistol is a Kalashnikov-patterned pistol with a design based on the Soviet AKM. And because the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is manufactured and sold as a pistol rather than a short-barreled rifle, its 10-inch barrel is in complete compliance with all federal regulations. As such, ownership does not require federal registration; approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives or a $200 tax stamp. In other words, buy now or be sorry.

The Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol, each of which is manufactured in the world-famous Zastava Arms factory, features a hammer forged 10-inch barrel alongside an overall length of 19.3 inches. Its heavy-duty stamped receiver boasts a thickness of one mm and includes a black finish to offer enhanced protection against rust and corrosion as well as increased resistance to wear caused by moving parts. Beautifully stained maple furniture is joined by an ergonomic pistol grip as well as a dual-aperture Krinkov-style rear sight. Other features include a bolt hold-open notch on the selector, a chrome-plated gas piston and a Krinkov-style hinged top cover. All of this is packed into a pistol that weighs just over six pounds. As noted, each Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is chambered for the 7.62x39mm cartridge and includes two 30-round magazines.

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Zastava M92 assault rifle (Serbia / Former Yugoslavia)

Zastava M92 compact assault rifle (for some reason type-classified as “submachine gun” by its current manufacturer) has been developed and produced in former Yugoslavia since late 1970s. It was based on the Zastava M70 rifle and intended for export sales. Zastava M92 is offered in a select-fire military version and in several semi-automatic only civilian versions, with or without shoulder stock (the latter is imported into USA as “pistol”).

 

Zastava M92 rifle

 

Zastava M92 follows the typical Kalashnikov-style design, with long stroke gas piston operation, rotary bolt locking and stamped steel receiver. It employs relatively short, 10-inch barrel, with front sight base mounted above the gas block, and with the flash hider at the muzzle. Shoulder stock is of AKMS type, made of stamped steel and folding down and forward. Top cover is of AKS-74U type, hinged at the front, and rear sight is attached to the top cover. Forend is made from wood, while pistol grip is made from black plastic and specific shape peculiar to other Yugoslavian / Serbian guns of the type. All 7.62x39mm magazines, compatible with standard AKM / Zastava M70 rifles can be used in M92.

 

Zastava M92

 

SpecificationValue
Full text nameZastava M92 assault rifle (Serbia / Former Yugoslavia)
Caliber cartridge7.62x39mm M43 Soviet Intermediate Cartridge
Action typeselect-fire
Trigger typesa
Overall length, mm795
Length, folded, mm550
Barrel length, mm254
Weight empty, kg3,57
Magazine capacity, rounds30
Cyclic rate of fire, rounds/min620
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