Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Man, Aug 22, 2006.
It is used in surplus numbers by israeli artillery crews.
Maybe, should i give it away?
Yes, please do! Post another one
Ok then, it's the 14,5mm Artillery Trainer/Subcaliber device. It is used for artillery practice for ranges up to 125m.The ballistics of the training cartridges are such to reduce the range by a 1/20 ratio in comparison with common artillery.The only source i have about this piece says that Israel has many of them for training. No other countries are mentioned...
Now, the next one;
This could be too easy
So,no, it's not a Bren.
The Czechoslovak ZB/vz26 model of 1926?
I assume it is in the Japaneese line of light machine guns. I would guess its hte Type 99.
I think the other two in the series are type 96 and type 11. There might be more I have very limited knowledgte of Japaneese weapons during WWII.
Unfortunately, it's not japanese either.
French - Hotchkiss something-or-other
King Randall are we looking at the same picture?
Could you give us the country?
Pardon me, but isn't that a little on the 'light' side as to be described as an artillery piece?
I think that we can call "artillery" the guns that range from light machineguns to beasts like "Gustav". I believe it's right to define "artillery" for the quiz...
That's fine by me.
Nothing so far? Maybe a hint?
I asked if we could have a country.
Of course. That's what i was thinking to give away! :lol:
The mysterious lmg is british.