I'm not sure about the APC, But the other pic is of the mg-53, which is a Yugo produced varient of the mg-34 which was used up until the disintigration of the country. Will post more pics of it in use soon.
Originally Posted by Smersh
Here's some info from a great outfit called "MARSTAR".
: Yugo M-53
Light Machine Gun Specifications: Yugo M-53Model :M-53
Calibre:8mm Mauser (7.92x57mm)Barrel Length:21.00 inches
Action:Gas-operatedMag. Size:50 round belts
R.O.F:~ 850 RPMStock:Wood
Class:Prohibited WeaponNotes:We have military parts, accessories, and tripodsThe WWII German MG-42 was produced in Yugoslavia during the German occupation of WWII and, following liberation (the former Yugoslavia being the only nation to accomplish this without assistance from American, Commonwealth, or Soviet troops), set about the task of arming itself. Yugoslavia had extensive stores of captured German weaponry and received even more small arms from various countries following the end of WWII. Having already developed its own arms industry, the Yugoslavs were already experts at copying and improving upon existing weapons designs through simple virtue of stringent quality control and high grade materials. Finding no machine gun design to outmatch that which the Germans and their allies had left behind, Yugoslavia, taking advantage of the tooling left behind by the Third Reich and of the skills learned from their former oppressors, began making their own MG-42 (designated 'M-53')