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    A very specific one called the Holman Projector - a weapon used by the Royal Navy, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath. Actually, we are observing the High Explosive projectile, which is available here:

    http://web.ukonline.co.uk/stephen.jo...rms/holm10.jpg

    Further information about this pretty peculiar weapon are available here:

    http://www.navyhistory.org.au/the-holman-projector/
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    Well, honorable ladies and gentlemen, finally we were able to find some appropriate photo-materials for this thread:



    Naturally, identification of the correct designation will be your standardized task this time as well. Have a good fun!
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    76,2mm infantry gun Model 1943, from eEx-Soviet Union of course.

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    Alas, my dear Mr. Pauk, this piece of ordnance actually possessed another, slightly minor caliber of 75 mm, and was of completely distinct, non-Soviet origin.

    BTW – so sorry for my late reply, but I was absolutely overwhelmed with certain professional obligations.
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    Bueller? Bueller?

    Still stuck on Librarians mystery cannon...

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    Sorry for my protracted silence, my dear Mr. Malarz Russ. Here is a tiny hint for you – renowned Rheinmetall actually designed this highly intriguing construction.
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    I think it might be a variant of the 7.5 cm leichtes Infanteriegeschütz 18 .

    Either one of the Polish guns that were purchased in 1932 from Germany, or, more likely, since the carriage has an uniquely "Russian" feel, a prototype built during the short lived 1930-33 collaboration between I.P. Uborevich and V.G. Grabin, head Soviet arms manufacturers, with Rheinmetall-Borsig.

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    You first impression was correct, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath, Grabin and Co. were not connected with this little piece of artillery.

    The only question is: what was the official designation of that tiny cannon? I think that some helpful hints are connected this little video-clip:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6mOZ...eature=related

    And please – don’t hurry. Technical investigations always are serene and unruffled intellectual contemplations.
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    Taking into account your latest clue, it would appear that the mystery gun is the elusive 1939 7.5 cm le.IG 18F (leichtes Infanteriegeschütz 18 Fallshirmjager) of which only 6 were ever made, a failed paratrooper variant of the aforementioned gun that was superseded in field use by the introduction of the 7.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40, actually a recoilless rifle using the same ammunition.

    The second possibility (and the one towards which I am leaning) is the 7,5 Infanteriegeschütz 37, basically an le.IG 42 tube (unfinished replacement of the IG 18) mounted upon a 3.7cm PAK 35/36 carriage.

    Three: 7.5cm leichte Gebirgs Infanteriegeschütze 18 L/11.8 that was also used by the Fallshirmjager.
    Actually shown in the picture is the earlier version, with spoked wheels - this weapon never officialy had a gunshield, but who knows...



    And, last but not least, a fourth and final variant: 7.5cm Infantriegeschutz L/13, an improved version of the le.IG 18 that saw use in very small numbers.

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    And that final variant - 7.5cm Infanteriegeschütze L/13 - my dear Mr. Wingsowrath, which was successfully applied in Operation Rösselsprung in former Yugoslavia by the 500th SS-Fallschirmjägerbatallion and two companies of the 1st Fallschirmjäger Division represents the correct answer.

    Very good job, my sincerest congratulations. And now – please, proceed. We are awaiting for your next nominee.
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    Thank you for a really intriguing enigma and your kind words, Mr Librarian!

    And now, without further ado, I give you this nice little piece to ponder upon:


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    Holly smoke - combined AA & AT gun Semag M 1923 (20 mm)!

    Very original weapon, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath, you really do have an imaginative taste in weaponry. Good! You will excuse me for a moment, I have to find something suitable as well.
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    And finally, honorable ladies and gentlemen, here is another mysterious high-power piece of weaponry:



    Thanking you in anticipation of your kind offers in the matter, I wish you, as always all the best!
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    I'm afraid I am unable to crack this mystery in a single go, since this artillery piece is completely unknown to me, but I will try to break this enigma into (hopefully) more manageable pieces.

    It's clear this is gun is on a test mount of some sorts rather than its regular carriage - it seems a rather ill fit for the piece and would have proved damned impossible to move anywhere on the battlefield with that strong concrete base, so I'm guessing it's either of the following:

    a) prototype being tested by the army - this either resulted in the piece being adopted with/without modification, or in its rejection, in which case we are dealing with a one-off.

    b) a captured piece of ordnance being tested in order to ascertain its characteristics.

    The gun tube itself is strongly reminiscent in its shape of the Japanese Type 92 10 cm Cannon, although the exact caliber is somewhat hard to ascertain from the photograph due to the lack of any reference frame.

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    Both science and art rely upon intuition and perception, my dear Mr. Wingsofwrath. Although no one has yet been able to construct an fully acceptable explanation of how judgments are made, it is clear, however, that the way how man recognizes his environment has much to do with the prevailing attitudes he already has.

    Therefore here are some additional hints:

    - Our heavy artillery piece actually has a 360-degree traverse(the bedding actually contained the traversing ring);

    - That long-range gun was completely transportable in disassembled state, separated into 3 independent loads;

    - Caliber was 150 mm;

    - Limited number of cannons was manufactured for export only.

    With humility I acknowledge your very practical, sharp and encouraging inductive reasoning.
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