Zastava Master FLG
The Zastava Master FLG is a 9mm submachine gun developed by Zastava Arms in the early 1990s in Yugoslavia. The FLG was designed with police and special forces in mind and was made from plastic and steel.
|Zastava Master FLG|
One of the later prototypes
|Place of origin|
|Manufacturer||Crvena Zastava (Zastava Arms)|
|Variants||FLG, FLG P and FLG K|
|Action||Gas-operated, rotating bolt|
|Rate of fire||850 rounds/min|
|Muzzle velocity||400 m/s (1,312 ft/s)|
|Feed system||20 or 30 round double-stack box magazine|
|Sights||tritium night sights|
The Zastava Master FLG is gas operated submachine gun based on M70 design, but also incorporates some design features found on MP5. Special attention has been given to safety and ergonomic details and to prevent accidental firing when the gun is dropped or bumped. Weapon fires from a closed, fully locked rotating bolt. An internal lever blocks the triggering mechanism if the bolt is not fully closed.
All principle operations can be executed without moving the firing finger from the trigger guard. The gun features upper (ambidextrous) and lower magazine catch.
Master FLG P version with integral M.91-4 silencer
Master FLG K short barreled version with finger slip vertical forward grip handguards.