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    3,7cm Skoda (7)rid.jpg3,7cm Skoda (5)rid.jpg

    My guess goes to a czek made for export, may be 4cm Z1, ex Austro Hungarian 3.7cm L/70 navy gun used by Jugo as 37/67.
    Tankette MU-6 with 40mm Z1 dual purpose gun - 37mm.jpg

    jugo 37/67 navy
    uitzoeken axis 2.jpg

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    Default 3,7 cm Skoda

    4cm weapons and others (4cm Z1; 4.7cm Z2) do not belong to this ammunition. It is necessary to look elsewhere - caliber 3.7 cm Probably it will not be a R-U era (or project) . The fuse was made by Škoda, but not by the body of the projectile.
    Last edited by AKON; 14.06.2020 at 20:11.

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    Hello
    can you show us pic about 4cm Z1 please?

    here pics about AH rounds
    IMG_9002.JPGIMG_9001.JPG

    and what about this?
    3,7 cm.jpg

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    Default 3,7cm or 4cm

    On the body is the manufacturer's code "C3" and graphically an asterisk (manufacturer in the Balkans). The fuse has the symbol of Skoda (Lot 1 year 1939). I will try to find out how the ammunition was designed for the 4cm Z1 cannon. However, it will take a bit.
    PS:When I have the results I will write you what to do next.

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    Name drawing : 3,7cm Cvičný časový granát.
    Date: 10.3.1937
    Weight body shell -612g , TNT- 16g ,Smoke charge-12g Fuse weight cca 180g .
    Last edited by AKON; 19.06.2020 at 12:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKON View Post
    Name drawings : 3,7cm Cvičný časový granát.
    Dáte: 10.3.1937
    Weight body Shell -612g , TNT- 16g ,Smoke charge-12g Fuse weight cca 180g .
    what are you referring to please?
    1st or 2nd shell?
    so a training shell? but I don't understand for what gun
    thank you

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    ,,Ammunition at 3.7 cm from 1911 (in the drawing) is probably an export to China (I have direct evidence only indications). I'll see what else it takes.,,

    upgrade :

    I checked the drawings: Ammunition... 3.7 cm SFK M.14 (Ch) it's definitely not! It has a different length and a different projectile design. It is therefore necessary to really look at S.F.K L. / 70 ...
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    Last edited by AKON; 22.06.2020 at 13:04.

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    As for the 3.7cm bullet with a pin fuse lock, the picture from the museum is here. I don't know anything about her.
    source : https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...5_Munizion.jpg

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