Id. naval guns

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 12 May 2020 20:48

ludvig wrote
8,8 cm SKL/35 , some used in Kanal and Eylau batteries
in WW 1
Thanks ludvig. :wink:

Here another image from Ebay. Not exactly a gun but.. :roll: ..According to photo caption, 38cm gun mount for Bismarck battleship. Is this correct ?

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 15 May 2020 15:46

Hi all,

Is this another 8.8cm SK L35 naval gun ?

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 19 May 2020 11:13

Nobody for may last images ?

Well, here another image from Ebay
According to photo caption 10.5cm gun but I think that the breech is of an 12.7cm SK C34 gun.
If this is correct I suppose the ship is Leopard or Luchs Torpedoboot....

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by ludvig » 19 May 2020 12:38

Hello Sturm78,
# 1081 Bismark gun plattform
# 1082 one of the many 8,8 cm , noticed the photo caption
# 1083 10,5 cm SKC/28 notice the complete round , the 12,7 cm SKC/34
has separate loading . But the 10,5 cm SKC/28 and 12,7 cm SKC/34 looks
very smilar from behind .

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 28 May 2020 13:37

Thanks, ludvig

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by shultz » 31 May 2020 15:47

Sturm78 wrote:
14 Dec 2018 17:38
Hi all,

Here, another image from Ansaldo archive
027570-.jpg
According to photo caption it is an 120mm L50 but I think that perhaps of a different model than previous images...Any idea ?

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Hi Sturm and all, I answer this post with my hypothesis and two photos from FondazioneAnsaldo site : the carriage and the complete gun without shield.
041473 Ansaldo 120-50 culla e piattaforma non motorizzato.jpg
027219 Ansaldo 120-50 singolo a piattaforma, non motorizzato .jpg
My guess is that it is the 120/50 cannon that Ansaldo produced in 1931/32 for the Turkish Adatepe-Kocatepe class destroyers (2 ships, 4 single pieces per ship). Ansaldo did not make another 120/50 singles until 1939/40, and that was a motorized gun (Ans.'40, as fifth gun for some Regia Marina destroyer).
Turkish_destroyer_Adatepe.jpg from commons.wikimedia.org.jpg
But the photos I found of the ships are unclear and the shield looks slightly different. So I ask for help to find more detailed photos of the cannons on the two ships .
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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 01 Jun 2020 09:40

shultz wrote
My guess is that it is the 120/50 cannon that Ansaldo produced in 1931/32 for the Turkish Adatepe-Kocatepe class destroyers (2 ships, 4 single pieces per ship). Ansaldo did not make another 120/50 singles until 1939/40, and that was a motorized gun (Ans.'40, as fifth gun for some Regia Marina destroyer).
Thanks for your answer, shultz

I found on Reddit this image of a Turkish destroyer. Unfortunately, the details of the guns are not very clear

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by shultz » 01 Jun 2020 13:41

Sturm78 wrote:
01 Jun 2020 09:40
shultz wrote
My guess is that it is the 120/50 cannon that Ansaldo produced in 1931/32 for the Turkish Adatepe-Kocatepe class destroyers (2 ships, 4 single pieces per ship). Ansaldo did not make another 120/50 singles until 1939/40, and that was a motorized gun (Ans.'40, as fifth gun for some Regia Marina destroyer).
Thanks for your answer, shultz

I found on Reddit this image of a Turkish destroyer. Unfortunately, the details of the guns are not very clear

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Well, Sturm, in this photo you can clearly see the shape of the shields, which is very similar to that of the shields of the 120/50 Ansaldo 1926 twin guns of Italian Navigatori class destroyers. And then you can glimpse the inside of tower 3 and you can recognize a platform mount and not a pedestal mount.
So like that of our photographs.
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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 17 Jun 2020 21:23

Hi all,

Is this an 30.5cm SK L50 gun ??

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 28 Oct 2020 23:04

Hi all,

Can somebody identify this naval gun ?

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by ludvig » 29 Oct 2020 12:29

Hello Sturm78 ,
Post #1090
15 cm Tbts or Uto C/16 from SAT , it cold be one of the SAT1,2,13,14 or SAT 19

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by Sturm78 » 30 Oct 2020 18:30

ludvid wrote
15 cm Tbts or Uto C/16 from SAT , it cold be one of the SAT1,2,13,14 or SAT 19
Thanks for your answer, ludvig... :wink:
A very curious shield with the german kreuz...

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by MPHS Flandern » 07 Feb 2021 13:35

Kriegsmarine A.Z. schr.E. C/6 with grey base block below: for what type of gun was this modification please?
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[attachment=0]AZ schr. E. C 6.jpg[/attachment]
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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by jopaerya » 07 Feb 2021 14:01

Hello Jo

Look like this a Carl Zeiss-Dresda Z.Schr.E.C/6. for the 10.5 cm S.K.C/32, maybe it was also used on other guns ??

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Re: Id. naval guns

Post by MPHS Flandern » 07 Feb 2021 14:12

Kriegsmarine Panzerschiff Deutschland unknown similar system, help needed for identification please, shown in post #277 by jopaerya, what is the role of the sailors behind this instrument? [attachment=2]panzerschiff deutschland gyro repeator forum axis history naval guns page 19.jpg[/attachment][attachment=1]GYRO ANGLE RECEIVER FRONT.JPG[/attachment][attachment=0]GYRO ANGLE RECEIVER VERSO.JPG[/attachment]
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