📩 26/09/2023 10:58
After Istanbul and Ankara TEKNOFEST, SARSILMAZ will now meet with technology lovers at Izmir TEKNOFEST. At the festival, which will be held at Çiğli Airport between 27 September and 1 October, local and national weapons produced by Sarsılmaz, especially for the Security Forces, and new generation weapon systems produced in partnership with the Defense Industry will be exhibited.
SARSILMAZ will take to the stage again after Istanbul and Ankara at the TEKNOFEST 27 Izmir Aviation, Space and Technology Festival, which will be held at Çiğli Airport between 1 September and 2023 October. SARSILMAZ is expected to introduce more than 2023 products developed and produced with local and national resources to visitors in TEKNOFEST 300 Ankara, as well as in Izmir. SARSILMAZ products will be exhibited at stand number E-15.
SAR 2023 gun, Armed drone and 20mm T-129 Attack Helicopter Nose Cannon are also in Izmir
Among the wide range of products to be exhibited within the scope of the festival; The SAR 100 pistol, the SAR 2023T integrated armed drone Songar and the SAR 15 light machine gun, produced in limited numbers for the 556th anniversary of the Republic, will also be available to citizens. The 3-barreled 20 mm nose cannon and the 12.7 HÜRKUŞ UNDERWING WEAPON POD from TR Mekatronik, a joint company of SARSILMAZ and TAI, which were also exhibited in Ankara, will be in front of the visitors at the festival. In particular, the nose cannon fills an important gap in the defense industry with its integration into the T-129 ATAK helicopter and a firing rate of 750 rounds per minute.
High demand for simulated shooting is expected
The intense interest experienced in SARSILMAZ's private outdoor testing range in TEKNOFEST Istanbul and Ankara is expected to continue in Izmir. In these simulated shootings, visitors have the chance to experience ultra-realistic shooting experiences with SAR9 SC, SAR9 SP and SAR9 CX model pistols, SAR 109T submachine gun and SAR 56 infantry rifle, within the scope of the simulation created by transferring all environment, distance and detail features to the digital world.