The Czech Vz61 Scorpion Sub-Machine Gun was a small machine pistol utilized by the Czech Army. This shoulder holster for the Czech Vz61 Scorpion was standard issue in the Czech Army when the Scorpion reigned supreme.
The Vz61 was a compact machine pistol, complete with a folding stock and rate reducing mechanism. With the size of the Vz61 you can guarantee the holster that issued with it needed to be large and built to hold a weapon that weighed more than a typical handgun.
|Manufacturer||Czech Army Surplus|
|Gun Model||Czech Scorpion Vz61|
|Manufacture Status||Original Item|
|Draw Side||Left or Right|
|Method of Wear||Shoulder|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
Although I do not have a Skorpion pistol, it's been on my wish list for a long time. This holster came to me unissued, and in perfect condition. I'm a big guy, so it didn't fit over the shoulder as designed. I may get some leather straps to extend it so it can be worn.
Bought this to make Alaskan chest rig.plenty of leather to do it.a trip to the shoe store for alterations and good to go.thanks again keep shooting!
Worth getting to have a generic big holster. I havnt spent time to figure out the straps because I see myself using this more as a storage/transport holster for a pistol. But it appears the straps could be made to work in a carry configuration.
Purchased because it's an inexpensive holster for a large frame .45 Auto. Big enough to accommodate a bulky High-Point. Excellent quality- but not a snug fitting pistol holster, so know what you're buying here. I adapted the sling to an 'over the shoulder'. Another bargain surplus piece from Keep Shooting. R/Dave L.
I got two to I can take them apart and use them for patches. Because the Skorpion is so big these are perfect for the job!
Unissued and crispy, a greasing wont hurt these and if you're intending to use it for it's purpose you'll be happy!
The quality on this holster is first rate and unissued. However, like all Comm-Bloc gear, I find it is on the small side as far as fit is concerned. I am 5'11" and cannot wear this as it was intended. The soldiers to which theses were issued must have had a fastening stud on their belts-as there is no way to actually secure the belt flap around a belt. The holster is very large and will hold any handgun you own. I plan on modifying mine a bit to make a nice over the clothes chest rig. I can also see these being very useful as a saddle holster or to attach to a canoe, atv, etc.