Most of the 9mm guns ended up in the hands of countries like Chile, Lebanon and South Africa, while the 7.62x25mm versions went to Soviet client states like Cuba, Cambodia, and Libya.The original Czech production ran from 1949 to 1968.

Some sources claim that the Sanna 77 was nicknamed the "Rhuzi," due to its cosmetic similarity to the Uzi, others claim the same for the Rhogun and the Cobra.

Another semi-automatic version - the Kommando LDP - later appeared in South Africa.

In 9mm Parabellum, full-auto, with fixed wooden stock.

The British MCEM 2 ("Machine Carbine Experimental Model") had been the first prototype with these features.

The original guns were chambered in 9mm Parabellum, making it popular for export to western or non-aligned nations, but the Soviet Union pressured Czechoslovakia to adopt an "approved" Warsaw Pact caliber, so the gun was modified to fire the 7.62x25mm Tokarev round.

The 7.62x25mm versions are identifiable due to the obvious forward slant of the pistol grip and magazine to accommodate the different shape of the ammunition.The 9mm versions - as well as some of the surplus 7.62x25mm ones - were sold world wide.Sexy Spirits was established in 1999 in New York City to initiate and expand greater consciousness and awareness into our Livingness as a sexual body.We depart from the premise that we, as human beings, are attempting to become more spiritual, and instead begin with the premise that we are Infinite Beings negotiating with Life as a sexual body.The SA.23 series began just after World War II, when Czech arms designer Vaclav Holek developed a submachine gun patterned after the various conventional blowback designs of the time (the MP40, Sten, etc.), but with some innovative updates.The resultant weapon was the first submachine gun in full production to have the magazine well in the pistol grip, and a wrap around bolt.