Swiss artillery in WW2

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Re: Swiss artillery in WW2

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Jun 2019 21:13

ludvig wrote
Halo Sturm 78 ,
Somwhat late , but
# 22 12 Jun 2016 10,5 cm Haubitze 42 L 22 notice the curved Abweiser

# 23 15 Jun 2016 15 cm Haubitze 42 L 28 always with a muzzelbrake

# 27 09 Feb 2017 10,5 cm Haibitze 1942 L 22 received pheumatic tyres late 1950 s
Hi ludvig,....Well, It's best late than never... :)
Thanks for your answers... :wink:
Do you have any wartime image of the 10,5cm Haubitze 42 L22 with the old wheels ?

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Re: Swiss artillery in WW2

Post by Sturm78 » 09 Jun 2019 10:21

Hi all,

Two images of 10.5cm Bofors Kan 35 Swiss guns. See the different muzzle brakes. Any idea about this ? :?

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Re: Swiss artillery in WW2

Post by vrog » 13 Jun 2019 17:50

Might original bofors and swiss licence made one? Look at barrel fittings to laffete. upper pic have smooth and 3 chambers muzzle breaks, down one have a rivered fits and 2 chamber...

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Re: Swiss artillery in WW2

Post by Sturm78 » 30 Jun 2019 16:37

wrote
Might original bofors and swiss licence made one? Look at barrel fittings to laffete. upper pic have smooth and 3 chambers muzzle breaks, down one have a rivered fits and 2 chamber...
Ummhhhh.....Well, it is a possibility...
Do you know how many 10.5cm Bofors guns were bought from Sweden and how many were manufactured in Switzerland ? Dates ?

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