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Czech produced guns
The Czechs developed an arms manufacturing and export industry in the post-WW1 period when the arms industry was dictated by the ‘Treaty of Versailles’.
They produced a reverse-engineered version of the Vickers which was the CZ-1930, aka the 30(t). It was a lighter weight version of the Class ‘E’. They produced approximately 10000 guns which were used by the Czech and German forces and some were sold to Greece, Iran and Estonia.