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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby ludvig » 24 Feb 2016 13:59

Hello Sturm78 ,
Your FC phots from 21 . Feb :
1) Kurs - og fartsmaler from Gamma . In Norwegian use Gamma R8 and
Svedish use M /39 . Used for conrol of the 40 mm L/60 Bofors .

2) AA - predictor for heavy AA Guns , type M /33 from Papello ( Estonia )
Only five units in use , two were used for two AA - batteries at Gotland
in WW 2 . The Papello were replaced by Gamma M/36 and Gamma M/40
most units were built by Arenco under licence .

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 25 Feb 2016 12:48

Thanks ludvig,

I had never heard of this AA predictor from Estonia.... 8O

According to my search in the net, was patented by Karl Papello engineer in early 1930s and was bought by Sweden and Estonia...

Here, another image from the net, although I think there are some differences...

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Juha Tompuri » 25 Feb 2016 18:38

Computer translated:
On 6 August 1932 took place in the Swedish Ministry of Defence firing range tests Papello invention. Experiments conducted very thoroughly and order were prepared for the most difficult conditions. In these experiments, equipped with a large piece of Papello hit her second shot at an altitude of 4200 m Aerobatic flights made ​​aircraft. As a result of the tests, the Swedish Ministry of Defence Papellole order after four apparatus.
http://www.hot.ee/ajalugu08/seade_1.jpg


Sturm78 wrote:I had never heard of this AA predictor from Estonia.... 8O
viewtopic.php?f=70&t=36878&p=337474&hilit#p337474

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 26 Feb 2016 12:02

Thanks Juha

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Black gunner » 02 Mar 2016 23:43

von Adler wrote:EDIT: Here's an album with the images I already had: http://imgur.com/a/YA3Pw
12cm Kanon m/85
Caliber: 117 mm
Barrel lenght: 28,5 cal
Projectile Weight: 16,8 kg
Muzzle Velocity: 475 m/s
Max elevation: 35°
Range: 8 600 m
Traverse: N/A
Trail: Single/pole
Gun weight in action: 2 485 kg
Rate of Fire: N/A
Prolonged Rate of Fire: N/A
Ammunition: 12cm m/85
Design: Krupp
Wheels: Spoked Wood
Shield: No
Year of delivery: Probably 1885
Quantity: N/A


There are several pieces of the gun now in Sweden.
In Gotland military museum.
http://www.tjelvar.se/vapen/4-28.htm

Two - in the Waxholm fortress near Stockholm.
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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 09 Mar 2016 10:51

Hi all,

Does somebody have any aditional information and/or images of this Bofors coastal gun ??


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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby John T » 09 Mar 2016 23:11

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

Does somebody have any aditional information and/or images of this Bofors coastal gun ??


Sturm78


What about you explaining where you found the picture ?
Isn't it a waste of time for me to google picture search when you could have provided the link ?

http://www.tjelvar.se/ka3/vapen/3-3.htm

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Juha Tompuri » 11 Mar 2016 22:38

John T wrote:What about you explaining where you found the picture ?
Isn't it a waste of time for me to google picture search when you could have provided the link ?
Sourcing the images posted would also be according to the Forum rules.

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 25 Jul 2016 12:18

Hi all,

An image from Ebay: 15cm Positionshaubits m/06 ???

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 28 Jul 2016 08:01

Nobody for my last image ??

Well, here another image from Ebay: I think an 7.62cm Bofors luftvernkanon L28 M19??

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby kluz » 29 Jul 2016 23:39

I think it is 7,5 cm luftvärnskanon m/1918. See http://digitaltmuseum.se/011024418562/7 ... non-m-1918 for example.
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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 30 Jul 2016 10:28

kluz wrote
I think it is 7,5 cm luftvärnskanon m/1918. See http://digitaltmuseum.se/011024418562/7 ... non-m-1918 for example.


Thaks for your help, kluz

Here, another two images from Ebay. I think 15cm Bofors m39 howitzers but I am not sure

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby kluz » 02 Aug 2016 19:15

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

An image from Ebay: 15cm Positionshaubits m/06 ???

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Yes, Sturm78, it's 15cm Positionshaubits m/06. I saw this picture with the caption "Ur Mats Nässerts bildarkiv" here http://www.smhs.eu/gallery_110.html
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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby Sturm78 » 03 Aug 2016 09:33

kluz wrote
Yes, Sturm78, it's 15cm Positionshaubits m/06. I saw this picture with the caption "Ur Mats Nässerts bildarkiv" here http://www.smhs.eu/gallery_110.html


Thank you for your answer, kluz. Any idea about the images that I posted on 30 July ??

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Re: Swedish artillery

Postby kluz » 03 Aug 2016 10:42

Sturm78 wrote:
Thank you for your answer, kluz. Any idea about the images that I posted on 30 July ??

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While I do not agree with your proposal, but I can not bring arguments. Sorry :?
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