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Rheinmetall options from Kosar

May 7 2016 at 6:17 PM
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There is no picture of the 1910 L16, but a whole series seems to have been similar (1909-1912). The 1909 L15 is relevant because it is the only mountain gun that has the iron flab down the breechblock on the cradle as the Thai gun has. Am important feature!
There is a picture of the 5cm Kolonialgeschuetz L30 1903, that has the same upright position and a very similar or the same shield arrangement as the Thai gun (but without the carriage, which is regular/Schwanz).
Then there is mention of a 7,5cm L18 1903 Kolonialgeschuetz, similar to the 5cm in layout, in fact a lightweight field gun, prepared for transport by....elephants! Now that's relevant to the Thai situation...happy.gif

 
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