Woman Cuts Loose With A Yugo PAP M92 & A 75 Round Drum On Full Auto
Watching a woman fire an automatic weapon is cool all by itself, but this gal handled the Yugo PAP M92 with a 75 round drum like a boss !! She held it in tight to her shoulder and once she pulled the trigger, she more than proved she could than handle it. Say what you will about the old (and new) Soviet Block weapons…they WORK and they work extremely well. For those of you not familiar with this particular weapon, let me fill you in on the specifics about it beneath the video. But, in the meantime, enjoy the show, I was certainly impressed that she could hang onto it the way she did. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I just love going full auto.
Here’s what Wikipedia had to say about this weapon:
“The Zastava M92 is a carbine developed and manufactured by Serbian Zastava Arms. It is nearly identical to the Zastava M85 carbine; the only differences between the two are caliber and, correspondingly, magazine design. The M92 is actually a shortened version of the Zastava M70 assault rifle, which is a modified copy of the Soviet AKM assault rifle. 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 actually 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 handguard (which is longer), 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.”