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Thread: 4 cm cartridges

  1. #11
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    @ X
    Yes, I have some graphs, now I upload the 20 mm 36 M. ammunition.
    I hope you will like it.

    @ Nabob
    Stielgranate....... Hmm.. Unfortunately I can't measure any one. I don't expect so. )

    Peter

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    Hi guys, does anyone have a photo, as they are marked Hungarian 4cm Bofors case (1936-44) Antitank / Tank?
    4cm 40M. - infantry and motorized antitank cannon \ tank cannon
    4 cm 42M. - tank cannon

    I still only see with "M. lgv." or "M. LGV" (Légvédelmi = Anti-aircraft)

    Or is only the difference in fuze and the cartridge case is the same?
    Thank you...!
    Last edited by dieter; 22.05.2019 at 08:22.

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