SAMOPAL SA-25 SUB-MACHINE GUN (CZECHOSLOVAKIA)

Soon after the end of World War Two, the Czechoslovakian army began the search for a new submachine gun for both infantry and non-infantry use.  After much testing, a prototype Cz-447 (4th model, 1947) was selected for further development.  It was designed by J. Holecek at the armaments factory at Uhersky Brod (now the famous CZ-UB arms factory). 

STAR Z-45 SUB-MACHINE GUN (SPAIN)

The Star Z-45 sub-machine gun was developed in Spain towards the end of the World War Two by the famous Spanish arms-making company Bonifacio Echeverria SA  This weapon is basically an improved and refined version of the famous German MP-40 submachine gun.  This sub machine gun turned to be a robust and very reliable weapon and it successfully served with both the Spanish army and police for several decades after World War Two.

SOVIET 7,62mm TT-30 TOKAREV PISTOL

The TT-30 (7.62 mm Samozarjadnyi Pistolet Tokareva Obraztsa 1933 goda), is a semi-automatic pistol developed by Fedor Tokarev for the Soviet military to replace the old Nagant M1895 revolvers in use since Tsarist times. The TT-33 (Tokarev-Tula) was adopted in 1933 and was widely used by Soviet troops during World War II.  Mechanically and externally, the TT-33 is similar to the blowback operated FN Model 1903 automatic pistol in design and function,

WILLIAMSON TYPE 29 REPLICA VICKERS K CINE MACHINE-GUN

The Vickers K Machine-gun was originally used by the Royal Air Force in aircraft as it had a high rate of fire which made it suitable for shooting down aircraft.  In July 1939 the G45 camera gun, designed and manufactured by the Williamson Co. of London and Reading, was issued to armament schools and fighter units.

YAKUSHEV-BORZOV YAK-B 12.7 X 108MM FOUR BARREL GATLING GUN

The Yakushev-Borzov YakB-12.7mm is a remotely controlled 12.7×108mm caliber four-barrel Gatling gun developed by the Soviet Union for the Mil Mi-24 attack helicopter gunship and low-capacity troop transporter, with 1470 rounds.  This weapon can also be mounted in GUV-8700 machine-gun pods with 750 rounds.  It has a high rate of fire and is also one of the few self-powered guns of the Gatling type.

SOVIET ZPU-1 14.5-MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUN

The ZPU-1 was introduced into the Soviet Army in the immediate post Second World War period. The ZPU-1 is a single towed weapon which was obsolete in the Soviet Army by the mid-1970s.  Although not used in the Warsaw Pact countries today, the ZPU-1 has been identified in Southern Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

AEROTEK 30MM EXTERNALLY POWERED CANNON PROTOTYPE

MAIN FEATURES

The gun fires 30mm DEFA ammunition. This was selected because it is in service with many air forces internationally.

The gun is powered by a hydraulic motor, using vehicle or aircraft hydraulic supply

The gun can also be modified for electric drive.