brrdrr wrote:Amirko, у вас, что там написано? Если конечно можно как-то разобрать.In the late 1940s Iran's Taslihat-e Artesh (Arms Factories of the Army), popularly known as Mosalsal-sazi (the machine-gun factory), in Tehran started production of these Brno rifles. The required machinery and manufacturing knowledge was provided to Iran through the industrial firm Škoda, which had a long history of cooperation with Iran. Iran produced two models: the vz. 24 as "Berno" and a short version under a licence from CZ. Initially this was a copy of the Model of 1930 carbine, which was soon replaced by a slightly modified Model of 1949 (1328 by the Iranian calendar), also known as "Berno kootah".
The only difference between the local Iranian version and the Czech version was the markings on the side of the receiver: instead of naming Brno as the maker, it was written "sakht-e aslah-e sazi-e artesh" (made by the Army Arms factory).
процитированное относится у карабину, у меня не карабин, а винтовка:
"Rifle model of 1317, Weapons Factory Brno", или "to-fang-eh na-moon-eh-yeh 1317, kar-khan-eh-yeh as-le-heh saaz-ee-ye brn-oo"
1317 это 1937-й или 1938-й год; имеется в виду 1938-й.