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    BK 3,7 part II, in Hs-129:

    The most proficient tank-killer of the luftwaffe was also equipped with this cannon. although in small number.

    Some Hs-129B-2 wre converted to use an single BK in large ventral bay, this was feeded with a 12 shots clip. This variant ws called Hs-129B-2 /Wa (waffenträger= weapon carrier)





    The counterrecoil cilinder was mounted below the gun, in the same way as the Luftwaffe field AA gun. Is idle to mention that despite the reduction in power compared with the Ju-87 this emplacement had the advantage of an easier gun armonization.

    Factory shots, the last section of the barrel is not in place:







    Just 25-35 of this variant were ever used.


    And that is all for tonight boys, going to eat something

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    Default Detail pictures Waffenbehälter 81 Z (WB 81 Z)

    Hello here are some close ups of the famous Waffenbehälter 81 Z.

    The manual told us that one WB was firing forward fired by the pilot and one WB (mostly the right wing one) fired afterwards controlled by the reargunner.
    Designed for the Ju 88 and Ju 57 the WB was used with a lot of other planes.
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    Thanks for that document GK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    7,92 mm x 57 ammunition, part 2:

    Bullet markings for the high pressure V ammo:




    The armor piercing round penetrate 10 mm steel plate at 100 meters in a 90 degrees angle.




    This cartrigdes were told to not be used in the standar infantry weapons, nevertheless some soldier of the Luftwaffe do it , the strong K-98 action withstand the V bullets without any trouble.
    Would this weapon, and its ammo be the one the British BESA gun, and ammo were based upon? This ammo was also not recommended for use in bolt rifles, but the Mod-98 would hold it fine. i have fired hundreds of rounds of it, with no ill effect on the rifle. but do not use it in the older 8mm rifles like the M-88, it'll crack for sure. - Raspenau -

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    The Besa was based in a czech gun. Is the same cartrigde case but I dont know if that tank MG was capable to handle the high pressure verbersserte ammo.

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    The British-made 7.92x57 ball loading for the Besa fired a 198 grain bullet at 2,500 fps (12.83g at 762 m/s). The AP bullet weighed 178 grains and was fired at at 2,580 fps (11.5g at 786 m/s). These were to standard specifications, not the v-Munition.
    Tony Williams: Military gun and ammunition website

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    Thanks for the quick reply, I wasnt sure if it was the same, but thought I would ask. -Raspenau -

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    You have all the experts togheter in here Tank G.


    Me-110G-2/R1 over München, ZG 76 February 1944, note the underbelly pod with BK 3,7.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Me-110G-2/R1 over München, ZG 76 February 1944, note the underbelly pod with BK 3,7.

    I don´t think that this picture was taken over München

    I once visited the old Airport at Schleißheim once and it was the only Air Base for Me110's around München and as far as i know the only 110's which had seen action here had been these with the Lichtensteinradar and mostly Nachtjäger - i think this picture was taken near the front

    If you are interested vistit this page - the old halls and buildings are owned by the Deutsches Museum and you can also see a He111 (i read it was an Spanish CA something ^^) near some other nice planes (e.g. a Storch)
    Nearby is also a veeerrryy nice Chateau (Schloss Schleißheim) and interresting to know is, that inside the garden was a huuuggee command bunker for the Airforce Units around Munich - especially used for the Abfangjäger Einsätze (it has a strange name - can´t remember) - after the war it was blown up and you can now only see the wonderful Barok-Styled Garden.

    http://www.deutsches-museum.de/flugwerft/information

    http://www.hotel-erb.de/flugwerft_sc...n.aspx?lang=en

    Wow also in the Axis Factbook registered:
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    That information was taken from "Zerstörer aces of WW2" by John Weal/Osprey publishing.

    Perhaps that british author is wrong, or maybe those are from a base outside Munich but deployed over that city, note that some Messers had 2x300 liters droptanks to increase range.

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    Default Samaka GPMG Mount



    Similar to Meroka weapons, The SaMaKa or "Salvenmaschinenkanonen", was a German 'Flak Gun' mount using multiple MG81 7.92mm GPMG's for rapid fire purposes.

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    That is firepower ¡¡

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    Any images of the MG81?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutaway View Post
    Similar to Meroka weapons, The SaMaKa or "Salvenmaschinenkanonen", was a German 'Flak Gun' mount using multiple MG81 7.92mm GPMG's for rapid fire purposes.
    Not really similar to the Meroka, except in having lots of barrels. The Meroka is a volley gun and does not consist of many separate MGs.
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    Any images of the MG81?
    Sure are, check the first page of this topic.

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