Hellenic Defense Systems
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|Hellenic Defense Systems|
|Type||Privately owned company|
|Slogan||Two Great Companies Working in Harmony|
|Key people||Ioannis Panayota, CEO & Director|
|Revenue|| €5.6 million Crowns |
The Hellenic Defense Systems is a company formed after the company of Μπερεττα merged with Pyrkal in 1904. Beretta had been around since 1526, Pyrkal was a fairly new company founded in 1853. Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta moved to the Ottoman Empire (Constantinople) to see if the pasha would invest in his wares. When the Revolution broke out, he sided with the rebels and his company was named Greece's chief gun company in 1863 and has received government funding since then. Looking to expand, they picked the second most powerful company, Pyrkal. In 1950, one year after GWII ended, the company decided to develop a new firearm based on a German one given to the Beretta family by Adolf Hessler himself, so they hired German gun makers to work for them. Thus, the G3 family of semi-automatic assault rifles was born. The company changed its name to the Ellenika Amentika Sestomata (Hellenic Defense Systems) in 1970.
Feel free to figure out what nations use it.
The most current model is the G4C.