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Which one?

December 23 2011 at 3:13 PM
Charlie Clelland  (Login PaperPanzer)
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Response to WW1 German mortar


8cm doesn't ring a bell although there were so many improvised mortars developed in 1915 that 8cm is a possibility.

The standard leichte Minenwerfer was 7.58cm and was developed right through the war in a number of variants. Another possible
is 9.15cm leichte Minenwerfer built by Lanz and Mauser.

Regards,

Charlie

 
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  1. It would be the 7.58cm one and a late war version as - Ley Reynolds on Dec 23, 2011, 3:47 PM
    1. 7.58cm lMWs - Charlie Clelland on Dec 25, 2011, 2:31 PM
      1. Brilliant- thanks. I need to build one in 1/72 - Ley Reynolds on Dec 26, 2011, 2:42 AM
     


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