These things look crazy awesome and my camera fails to capture the rainbow effects in the plastic. Use the left and right as a friendship necklace with your bestie. Or the up arrow to let the world know “This Guy.” Or to just let people know you love music games.
The SED machine pistol was designed by Rolf Ziegenhahn, a gunsmith from Suhl, then part of the East German DDR. It was a blowback-operated, select-fire weapon with a forward grip that could hold a spare magazine. It was intended to be presented at the ninth German Socialist Party Conference in 1976. Made only as a prototype, the SED was never used by East German military or security forces and probably suffered the same drawbacks as the Stechkin APS.