The Choroszmanow 7.62mm was a Polish Sub-Machine Gun, used by many Polish Resistance Fighters against The German Occupation of that Country in 1939. Much of the weapons overall design was based on several German Army Models. Easy to produce and cheap to make, The Choroszmanow however could not be mass produced because of The Occupation, and only as many as 150 were thought to have been deployed with Guerrillas. Blowback force operated, The weapon was light at 6-lbs. and was 32-inches in length. Using the 7.62mm Round, the maximum effective range was 100-meters. Ammunition clips (drum and straight) ranged from 35 to 70 rounds per minute.