PP-19 Bizon or simply PP Bizon is a Common grade Russian submachine gun in Counter-Strike Online.


This item is no longer obtainable and can only be purchased from the Mileage Auction if another player is selling it. Otherwise, it is retired.

Firstly introduced in 1996, this is a Russian SMG fed with 64 rounds of 9mm Parabellum. It has a very high magazine capacity and it's able to deal with multiple enemies. However, the damage is relatively low.


  • High accuracy
  • High magazine size
  • Low recoil
  • Light weight
  • Fast reloading time
  • Cheap


  • Low damage
  • Obtainable through events only




This remodeled version of PP-19 Bizon is fed with 64 rounds of 9mm. It is equipped with CROW Reload System that can speed up the reload when reloaded correctly.

Release date

  • South Korea: 16 June 2016.
  • Taiwan/Hong Kong: 21 June 2016.
  • China/Japan: 22 June 2016.

Obtaining procedure

This weapon can be obtained by participating in Kill Point event:

  • When logging in for the first time, player will receive the Bizon (7 days).
  • Each time achieving 500 kill points with the Bizon (7 days), the duration will be extended to 100 days (maximum 10 times proceeding during event period).
  • Bizon status can be changed to permanent after possessing it for 1000 days.
  • Duration Extender can be used to extend the Bizon in possession.
  • Only count in rooms with 4 players and above.

Comparison to PP-2000

  • Cheaper (-$1000)
  • Higher damage (+1)
  • Lower recoil (-3%)
  • Lighter (-2%)
  • Higher magazine size (+20)
  • Faster reloading time (-0.5s)
  • Same ammo type (9mm)
  • Same knockback and stun powers
  • Obtainable through events only
  • Lower accuracy (-3%)
  • Lower rate of fire (-1%)



Shooting sound


  • The PP-19 Bizon was firstly released in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive before appearing in Counter-Strike Online, similar to the Negev NG-7.
  • In the CSN:Z region, the PP-19 Bizon was released in Mileage Decoder instead, with a x8 probability chance.
  • During its release, the MP5's firing sounds are used instead of its own.
    • Its firing sound is nearly similiar to Scout but with deeper pitch and with some aftersound effects.

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