ZB-26 «GASHEK» Original series

ZB-26 laser tag machine fun
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Sales price $1,058
Price / kg:
Electronics Generation
Optical system
13 lb (6.3kg)
53 in (135 cm)
820 ft (250 m)
Up to 30 hours.
Li+ (2.2 Ah; 7.4V)
Li+ (8.4V; 1000 mA) (additional option)

The ZB-26 is a light machine gun that was designed by Czechoslovakian firearms designers Václav Holek and Miroslav Rolčík in the 1920s. The gun was adopted by the Czechoslovak military in 1926 and was used extensively by various countries during World War II and beyond. It is  a gas-operated, air-cooled weapon that fires from an open bolt. One of the unique features of the ZB-26 is its quick-change barrel system, which allows a hot barrel to be replaced with a cool one in just a matter of seconds. During WWII, the ZB-26 was used by several countries, including Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany and China. More than 120 thousand machine guns were produced in Czechoslovakia. Australia, Great Britain, Canada, Spain, India, and China also produced this machine gun. Often ZB-26 and its modifications were mounted on armored vehicles. In addition to its military use, the ZB-26 was (and still is in some countries) also used by various police forces and used to be popular with some mobsters in the United States in the early 20th century.

Introducing the laser tag version of the legendary "GASHEK" machine gun, which is based on a top-notch airsoft rifle.

zb 26 ww2 machine gun side

When held, players can immediately feel the immense power hidden beneath the barrel box. While it may seem odd to place the magazine on top of the barrel box, this design is actually quite practical. The original machine gun's designers solved this problem by moving the front and rear sights to the left side, which also provides an advantage in prone positions by reducing the shooter’s head exposure.

ZB 26 laser tag ww2 machine gun sights

The laser tag version of the machine gun is nearly identical to its combat counterpart, with wood inserts and chrome accents. The barrel box, barrel, and bipod are constructed from a lightweight aluminum alloy, while the magazine is made of steel. The pistol grip, stock, and carrying handle are made of wood. Weighing in at 13.9 lbs (6.3 kg), the laser tag machine gun provides a realistic gaming experience without being too heavy.

zb 26 ww2 machine gun carrying handle

A lithium battery with a capacity of 2.2 Ah is installed inside and can provide up to 36 hours of continuous playing time, depending on the generation and options such as vibromotor feedback. The power switch is located on the safety, and the power socket is on the left side of the stock. The pistol grip is solid but comfortable.

zb 26 ww2 machine gun trigger

and the gun comes with a folding bipod for during shooting.

Certain elements of the machine gun have the same functionality as the combat original, such as the ability to remove the buttstock cover and raise the handle of the connecting sleeve.

ZB26 ww2 laser tag machine gun buttstock

The reloading function, implemented on the bolt, adds to the gun's authenticity.

The removable magazine is a unique design feature that allows for easy transportation of the game set.

zb 26 ww2 machine gun attached mag2

If desired, the magazine slot can be covered with a special cover.

WW2 laser tag machine gun detached magazine

With the prism optical system, the optimum range of fire for the ZB-26 is 820 feet (250 meters), and up to 1,300 feet (400 meters) with the Parallax version and a significantly narrower infrared beam.


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