In the middle of samples of "Made in Georgia" were presented copies of the infantry fighting vehicle Lazika, wheeled armored vehicles Didgori 1 Didgori 2 (a 2-variants) and Didgori 3, mortars, grenade launchers and small arms "development" and the production of Municipal Science and Technology Center "Delta" of the Ministry of Defence of Georgia.
Given the fact that three copies of the BMP armored vehicles and Lazika Didgori 3 participated in the same day in a military parade in Kutaisi, the total number of cars built in Georgia, each of these types to the true time of more than 4.
As for the new armored car Didgori 3 6×6, then, according to some reports, he made on the Chinese three-axle chassis truck Wuhan Sanjiang WS2180. According to the standard, presented at the exhibition in Tbilisi, Didgori 3 armed with the latest small-sized remote-controlled turret with a 12.7-mm and 7.62-mm machine guns, and has two additional 7.62-mm machine gun on the floor at the back. Presumably, Didgori 3 is "Guntruck" to accompany the column. In addition, such a Didgori 3 remote-controlled turret with 12.7 mm and 762-mm machine guns mounted on the well exhibited in Tbilisi swatch modified armored Didgori 2 (first 15 armored cars Didgori 2 Built in 2011 were equipped with the installation of 7.62-mm six-barrel machine gun Garwood Industries M134G, which can be controlled manually or remotely).
Armored vehicles produced in Georgia at the "Made in Georgia". The right to the left — Lazika, Didgori 3, Didgori 2 (in a new version with the latest turret), Didgori 2 (of early reference), Didgori 1. Tbilisi, 26.05.2012
Armored Car Didgori 3
Armored Car Didgori 2 in a new version with the latest turret with a machine gun 12.7 mm and 7.62 mm
Armored Car Didgori 2 of early versions
Armored Car Didgori
In addition to armored vehicles, was also presented mortar, grenade launchers and small arms "development" and the production of Municipal Science and Technology Center "Delta" of the Ministry of Defence Georgia.
Were presented to the standards towed mortars 60, 82 and 120 mm, low noise mortar Mkudro caliber 60 mm copies of the hand-held antitank grenade launcher RPG-7 and RPG-26 (the latter is called PDM-1), copies of the 40-mm grenade launchers of anti-GP-25 AG-40, anti-tank mine protivobortovaya RD-7, the standards of military uniforms, also well-known Georgian UAV. From small guns was shown 5.56 mm "Georgian" automatic rifle G5 (already demonstrated the actual clone NK416), a 9-mm pistol, also different mufflers.
Georgian 82-mm mortar production Municipal Science and Technology Center "Delta".
Armament production SEC "Delta" from the exhibition "Made in Georgia". Tbilisi, 26.05.2012