Military t-shirt STRIKER ČZ 75 COMPACTCode: 11077/BIL 11077/BIL2 11077/BIL3 11077/BIL4 11077/BIL5 11077/BIL6 11077/MOD 11077/MOD2 11077/MOD3 11077/MOD4 11077/MOD5 11077/MOD6 11077/CER 11077/M 11077/L 11077/XL 11077/XXL 11077/CER2 11077/OLI 11077/M2 11077/L2 11077/XL2 11077/XXL2 11077/OLI2 11077/PIS 11077/M3 11077/L3 11077/XL3 11077/XXL3 11077/PIS2 11077/S 11077/M4 11077/L4 11077/XL4 11077/XXL4 11077/XXX Choose variant
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The armament industry was an important part of the interwar Czechoslovak economy and made up a large part of the country's exports (see, for example, Bren light machine gun, which was a modified version of the Czechoslovak ZB vz. 26). However following the 1948 communist coup d'état, all heavy industry was nationalized and was (at least officially) cut off from its Western export market behind the Iron Curtain. While most other Warsaw Pact countries became dependent on armaments imports from the Soviet Union, most of the Czechoslovak weaponry remained domestic (for example, the Czechoslovak army used the Vz. 58 assault rifle, while other communist bloc countries used variants of the AK-47).
We recommend to wash T-shirt inside out and 30°C.
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