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    Default Re: Italian Artillery and Anti-Tank Weapons

    That piece was actually used by the Italians ?, no wonder they were sweeped by Wavell.
    Nice picture Fred, an ulgy duck and decoy as must say.

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    Sorry for the translation (Google translation) its a lure and not decoy. My english is poor sorry.
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    Hello I'm looking for information and pictures of italian anti-tank mines, I have found some brief info on wikipedia such as the Pignone bakelite mines. However I can't find any photos of any mines, or any information on wich were most commonly used.

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    I dont know if this will help but its a 1943 US war department manual it seems to be fairly good for info covering various nations mines. you may get a better copy elsewhere (this is a downloadable scan of the origional book)

    Fm-5-31-Land-Mines-and-Booby-Traps-1943

    This one you dont need to register for to download it seems

    FM 5 31 Mines and Booby Traps 1943
    Last edited by leccy; 08-14-2010 at 10:14 AM. Reason: added info

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    Thanks, I've found that too. would like some better photos though

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    For illustrate this , two photo , the first is a Bakelite mine and in the seconde photo you have two Bersaglieri with another type of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredl109 View Post
    For illustrate this , two photo , the first is a Bakelite mine and in the seconde photo you have two Bersaglieri with another type of mine.

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    that first pic is nice, but hard to make out any details. However it doesnt look like the Pignone bakelite mines depicted on wikipedia so I have no clue what that is. The second is a german leichte panzermine though.

    @Leccy, thanks found those too

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    Default Re: Italian Artillery and Anti-Tank Weapons

    You have another doc in this link:
    http://www.google.fr/imgres?imgurl=h...26tbs%3Disch:1

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    thanks, very helpfull, also very strange no mention of Pignone P-1/P-2 in that chart

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    To provide additional information, I asked the question on the site Italie 1935 45 and I think my friends will be able to shed any further explanation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredl109 View Post
    To provide additional information, I asked the question on the site Italie 1935 45 and I think my friends will be able to shed any further explanation.
    That's nice of you, thanks

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    Regarding mines Pignone, my friend Giuseppe told me they were only the type 43, the only difference was that the contact pressure was different form. The first triggered a pressure of 50kg while the second triggering him to a pressure of 150kg. For information Pignone society still exists and is based in Florence under the name of Nuova Pignone. I hope the information will help you, I am also sending two cross-sectional drawings of its mines.
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    thanks for the information

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    Thank you for your help . I'm wondering if you might help me with another task, I need some pictures of the optics of the cannone 47/32

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