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

Overview

Limited This item is no longer obtainable.

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.

Advantages

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

Disadvantages

  • Low damage
  • Obtainable through events only

Variant

CROW-3

Crow3

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

Pp2000
Positive
  • Cheaper (-$1000)
  • Higher damage (+1)
  • Lower recoil (-3%)
  • Lighter (-2%)
  • Higher magazine size (+20)
  • Faster reloading time (-0.5s)
Neutral
  • Same ammo type (9mm)
  • Same knockback and stun powers
  • Obtainable through events only
Negative
  • Lower accuracy (-3%)
  • Lower rate of fire (-1%)

Gallery

Bison-1

Shooting sound

Trivia

  • 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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