Chinese 70 mm infantry gun

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CyirlSh
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Chinese 70 mm infantry gun

Post by CyirlSh » 12 Aug 2006 16:36

Has found in the Chinese Internet here such gun.
Below not so good translation from the Chinese text about it, there can be somebody knows about this gun still something


(2) Route design manufacturing -- a light infantry-70-mm artillery
China creates a distance of 70 mm infantry guns
The guns liberation war Jiluyu Military Region Wa Fung Machinery Plant workers themselves took charge of a design. Whenever this door infantry artillery, but also a touching story. January 13, 1941, in the Pan River campaign, the Japanese army seized a door Route 92 infantry artillery. Subsequently, this cannon to destroy bunkers in several fighting, bombing enemy positions, and played an important role in enabling the impressive martial has been boosted by the Eighth Route Army, to redouble their might. As long battle, the lack of maintenance and safeguarding the cannon in the May 17, 1945 accidental bombing Dongpingxian hamlet fighting type. To quickly testing of 92 infantry artillery, the tasks assigned to the Military District leaders then Wa Fung Machinery Plant. September 1945, the plant set up testing teams to build a bright technician. They took most of the more than 120 guns down eight parts, testing mapping. The lack of the necessary materials, they seized a train axle and treadle, Yahuang to make alternative materials-jig, Sizhui of tools used for drilling tube axle for, reaming, pull type lines for gun barrels, meticulously manufactured. In a turn of the organization, testing team did not overcome the lack of technical and material arising from the difficulties, efforts to tackle artillery confined machines, devices and other vital technical difficulties, and an arduous overcame unimaginable difficulties, after worked day and night, and finally in April 1946, testing out one door infantry artillery, Qingfengxian Shan Shui Village in the East and successfully tested. In recognition of the designers of the gun, the relevant departments have to build a name for themselves "a turn-70-mm infantry guns." Its main Zhu Yuan : 70-mm calibre, with a muzzle velocity of 197 米/秒, with a maximum range of 3,500 meters, or Shejiao +35 meridian east, the direction of the radio industry around the 15th meridian east, heavy artillery around 295 kg.
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Post by zhenyuan » 14 Aug 2006 06:05

zhe chinese name: Gai Liang

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Post by CyirlSh » 16 Aug 2006 07:52

And how other Chinese guns and mortars correctly named to?

75mm Mountain Gun Type 44
77mm Field Gun Type 41
10cm Howitzer Type 14
12cm Howitzer Type 14
10cm Cannon Type 14
15cm Howitzer Type 14
15cm Howitzer Type 19
41mm (or 45mm) Infantry Mortar
70mm Infantry Mortar
75mm Infantry Mortar
83mm Infantry Mortar
150mm Infantry Mortar
240mm Infantry Mortar

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