The original CZ-75 pistol (non-machine version) was designed during the 1970s by the Kouchy brothers for the Czechoslovakian—now Czech Republic—owned Ceska Zbrojovka (CZ) arms company. When the Communist nation dissolved, the company looked at two of its best-selling products—the CZ-75 and the Skorpion VZ-61 submachine gun—to come up with the fully automatic machine pistol.
Vickers Tactical, YouTube
You won't find this weapon on the market; it's nearly impossible to obtain one. CZ stopped offering the machine pistol after 2010. But it's still popular in movies and video games, such as Call of Duty, according to Guns.com.
While it's not the most accurate weapon due to its violent recoil, Larry Vickers mitigates the pistol's action with short two to three round bursts in the video below.