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o/t, though. Germans had 75mm PAK! Also about 20mm...

August 30 2001 at 10:49 PM
Ville Kosonen  (no login)
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Response to 20mm cannons

Germans had 75mm PAK installed on Henschel 129 and Junkers 88, so THATS hard to beat!
Also Germans used 20mm MG FF early in the war, and that is lisence-built Oerlikon.

Ville

 
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  1. a question of effectiveness, not size - Ed Gilbert on Sep 1, 2001, 11:54 AM
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