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Overview

The ZB vz. 26 (or simply ZB-26) (known as LK vz. 26 in the Czech military) is a Czech light machine gun developed in the 1920s from the earlier ZB vz. 24. The vz. 26 was later developed into the Bren light machine gun.

Variants

ZB vz. 26
Standard model.

Derivatives

Type97 Tank Machine Gun
Japanese license model.
Zastava M37
Yugoslavian license model.
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