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    Looks like the "Little David", an American 36 inch (914 mm) mortar, my dear Mr. Malarz Russ.
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    Little David was employed as a bomb projector, for the purpose of testing bomb designs without the need for tying up a crew,and aircraft to drop them. Later was given over to tactical use, just dont remember what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RicemanCDN View Post
    Yes u did
    If that's the case, wasn't I supposed to get the next pic choice? I'll let it slide, this time, because it's you guys.

    An teh on noes! Librarian and Malarz are here!!!
    Last edited by Churchill; 01-22-2009 at 07:02 PM.

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    Mr Librarian got to the cannon before I did, but let's hope his next photo will be a puzzling one...

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    Hopefully, it will be, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath!

    And so, here it is:



    As usually, correct type identification will be your task, honorable ladies and gentlemen.
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    Is it Japanese?

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    Looks to me like a Soviet 100 mm/56 Model 1934 on naval mount, but I could be wrong.
    This is just my first impression, since I'm in a bit of a hurry right now.

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    Hello, y'all!

    Yes, Librarian has unleased his amazing abilities and deciphered my offering! Look out everyone, now there is competition!

    Sorry, Churchill, I hope I didn't barge in before you were able to make your offering of a puzzler.

    Russ
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    Sorry for being late, honorable ladies and gentlemen, but my dear Mother in law was with us again…

    Is it Japanese?
    Sorry, my dear Herr Major, but the answer is - no.

    Looks to me like a Soviet 100 mm/56 Model 1934 on naval mount, but I could be wrong.
    Naval mount represents an correct conclusion, but the land of origin and caliber are wrong, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath.

    Look out everyone, now there is competition!
    Oh, please, my dear Mr. Malarz Russ – don’t be so pusillanimous. This is only a game and ability for augmentation of our knowledge about The Queen of Battle – artillery!
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    Quote Originally Posted by malarz_russ@hotmail.com View Post
    Sorry, Churchill, I hope I didn't barge in before you were able to make your offering of a puzzler.
    Hahaha, no problems my friend.

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    Hmm... Is this perchance a 75 mm M/37 Skoda gun?
    I am not too sure of the caliber, but it looks very much like the 75 ItK/37 SK anti-aircraft gun...

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    Bravo, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath - definitely, it is Škoda. But yet again, caliber and designation are wrong. Nevertheless, you are on the right track!
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    Heh. I knew the time of my childhood spent amid the guns in the Maritime Museum of Constanta would prove useful someday...

    Since there absolutely no chance to measure the caliber in the picture and I lack reference pictures for most of the models produced by Škoda, the only way forward is to slowly work our way trough all of them (luckily there are only 2 probable answers [and several improbable ones])

    That being the case, is there even a slight possibility that our mystery contender is a 12 cm/46 Škoda, the type one might find in the Yugoslavian "Beograd" class destroyers?
    The other glaring variant would be the 14 cm/56 Škoda, of the Yugoslavian "Dubrovnik". Is it perchance the latter?

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    What can I say, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath? Bravo! Yes, Škoda D 46 M (120 mm) indeed was our misterious artilery piece. Congratulations upon your well-won victory and best wishes for your future sucess!

    Please, proceed!
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    Heartfelt thanks, my dear Mr Librarian!

    Before we proceed further, I would like to ask RicemanCDN, as the initiator of this quiz, some clarification for future reference: are we to abide by the posting rules found in the Aircraft thread (only aircraft that saw service in WW2 allowed) or can we follow the more liberal one applied in the AFV topic? (vehicles from different eras are allowed with moderation)

    In any case, my next entry is well between the confines of the strictest rules.

    Ladies and gentleman, what device fired the following ordnance?


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