3cm Flak 103/38

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Re: 3cm Flak 103/38

Postby Manuferey » 17 May 2015 21:47

Germany August 1945: a group of surrendered 3 cm Flak 103/38.


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Postby jgoodden » 29 May 2015 12:11

I am new to this site - but read Cobrahistorians piece about the Ile de Cezembre.
I have a 78rpm BBC recording made on 02/09/1944 about the bombardment of the island. It was made on HMS Malaya by my dad. Currently I am looking for a turntable that will play it.
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Re: 3cm Flak 103/38

Postby Von Schadewald » 30 May 2015 19:21

30mms as intended for the Kugelblitz & Type XXI submarines


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Re: 3cm Flak 103/38

Postby jopaerya » 14 May 2016 20:56

Some aircraft pictures of this gun , Regards Jos

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Re: 3cm Flak 103/38

Postby gebra_de » 13 Sep 2017 21:19

Grzesio wrote:By the way - what is the purpose of the rod connecting the muzzle brake and the receiver?


according to the information I have found, the weapon had an extremely broad scatter regarding its projectiles. Therefore there was an initial attempt to focus the ammo pattern with a rod which should stabilize the barrel.

But after a while it was realized, that the scatter might be quite helpful regarding hitting a target which is hard to focus. Therefore the rod has been deleted after a while.

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