The Star Z-62 is a Spanish submachine gun. It has a two-finger trigger that fires the weapon in semi auto by pulling the bottom with one finger (which rotates the trigger), and fires in full auto when the top and bottom are both pulled (which slides the trigger back). The Star Z-62 is chambered in both 9x19mm and 9x23mm Largo. A 9x19mm only export version was designated Z-63.
|Diamond Rush (Le Paria)||Jean Marais||Manu||1969|
|Diamond Rush (Le Paria)||Nieves Navarro||Sylvia||1969|
|Diamond Rush (Le Paria)||Moisés Augusto Rocha||Turchi||1969|
|Diamond Rush (Le Paria)||Toccelli's henchmen||1969|
|The Last Run||Spanish gendarmes||1971|
|Man in the Trunk (La Valise)||Libyan and Tunisian army and police, terrorists||1973|
|Band of the Hand||Miami Drug Dealers||1986|
|Show Title||Actor||Character||Note / Episode||Air Date|
|Miami Vice||Tubbs||"Cool Runnin"||1984|
|TASS Is Authorized to Declare... (TASS upolnomochen zayavit...)||Seen in documentary footage||1984|
The Z-70 is an improved version of the Z-62/63 with the special two-finger trigger redesigned into a conventional trigger with a conventional selector switch. The magazine release and other cosmetic parts are also redesigned. Due to Spain's NATO standardization, the Z-70 is only chambered in 9x19mm.
|The Hit||Spanish police/militia||1984|
- Star Bonifacio Echeverria - A list of all firearms manufactured by Star Bonifacio Echeverria.