Zbrojovka Brno

For the football club, see FC Zbrojovka Brno.

Pre-war Československá zbrojovka, akc.spol. and post-war Zbrojovka Brno, n.p. was a firearm, vehicle and tractor (Zetor) manufacturer in Brno, Czechoslovakia. They also made other products and tools, like typewriters and early computers.


The firm was established in 1918.

The Czech-Slovak investment group J&T bought the remaining Zbrojovka Brno complex in 2007.[1]




The 1933 Zbrojovka Z 4 I. serie had a water-cooled two-stroke engine of 905 cc which produced a maximum power of 19 hp. Maximum speed is 80 kilometres per hour.

The 1936 Zbrojovka Z 4 V. serie had a water-cooled two-stroke engine of 980 cc with an output of 25 hp. Maximum speed is 100 kilometres per hour.


  1. Zbrojovka Brno definitivně skončila - areál byl vydražen za 707 miliónů korun - www.radio.cz, [01-02-2007 14:37 UTC], Zdeňka Kuchyňová, in Czech language.
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