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7.58cm lMWs

December 25 2011 at 2:31 PM
Charlie Clelland  (Login PaperPanzer)
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Response to It would be the 7.58cm one and a late war version as

The Landships article has a drawing of the lMW n.A:


The trail and wheels could be removed and the mortar fired from the baseplate - this was most often the configuration in defensive positions.

There were a couple of late war modifications for low angle fire. One of these modified the shape of the trail so the residual recoil forces could be absorbed more
effectively. There's a survivor at Irvinebank, Qld http://www.ammsbrisbane.com/documentation/lmw_11.html). The other is quite rare and seemed to
have had a cut down baseplate - sorry no images of this one.

There are a fair number of surviving lMWs in Qld -http://www.ammsbrisbane.com/documentation.htm.



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  1. Brilliant- thanks. I need to build one in 1/72 - Ley Reynolds on Dec 26, 2011, 2:42 AM

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