ID Italian guns

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Sturm78 » 22 Jun 2014 11:50

Thank you, Dili. :)

Unfortunately in the link, there are only a blurry photo of the 105/28 gun with this type of wheels:

I think that more italian artillery pieces used this model of wheels: Obice da 149/13, Cannone da 75/46 AA,.....
Any wartime image?

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 22 Jun 2014 21:22

Sorry, i dont have any. Btw in the link i think the one with German troops is this model also.

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 28 Jun 2014 15:34

Some photos from 24000. Here are the Italian 40/39 version of Vickers PomPom
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 28 Jun 2014 15:39

Some more
SidiBarrani1940.jpg
23932.jpg
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 28 Jun 2014 15:40

A Gun in Suda Port - it is possible this is a Greek gun.
Gun_SudaPort.jpg
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 29 Jun 2014 01:06

In first photo soviet light MG "DP"

Then 2 photos of an ATK Rifle.
43417.jpg
34325.jpg
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 29 Jun 2014 01:08

Curious wheel mod in a 47/32
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by karlik » 29 Jun 2014 09:38

Dili wrote:Some ATK Rifles
Hi!
In the first photo soviet light MG "DP"

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 29 Jun 2014 13:57

Thanks karlik i'll correct.

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Clive Mortimore » 29 Jun 2014 16:27

Dili wrote:In first photo soviet light MG "DP"

Then 2 photos of an ATK Rifle.
43417.jpg
34325.jpg
34324.jpg
Hi Dili

The last two photos look more like German troops with a 3.7 Flak 37.
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 29 Jun 2014 20:44

I see some Giovanni Fascisti with black beret, some others seem motorcycle troops with typical glasses.
But the gun does indeed ressemble the Flak 37

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by ain92 » 30 Jun 2014 13:29

Dili wrote:Some more
SidiBarrani1940.jpg
23932.jpg
21478.jpg
Obviously a Cannone da 75/27 Mod. 06 with 1940 wheels, a sole Cannone da 105/28 (it's not well-known, but its factory designation was "105. G. 1", where G probably stands for "grand champ de tir") and a battery of the same guns.
Dili wrote:A Gun in Suda Port - it is possible this is a Greek gun.
Gun_SudaPort.jpg
Are you talking about Souda in Crete?
The gun on photo looks like a typical 75 mm mountain Krupp (not the Krupp-Likoudis).
PS
Do we have a special thread for the Central Archives of the State WW2 upload here on AHF?
With best regards, Ilya.

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Dili » 30 Jun 2014 14:31

Yes Souda in Crete.

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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by jopaerya » 24 Nov 2014 20:20

Nice picture from Ebay from the twin 3.7 cm Breda , Regards Jos
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Re: ID Italian guns

Post by Sturm78 » 01 Feb 2015 12:02

Hi all,

A Cannone da 149/35 Mod.1901 gun captured by germans:

Image from EBay
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