02 - Anti tank en tank

Hier vind u granaten die tegen tanks en door tanks werden gebruikt.
 
 
 
ANTI-TANK RIFLE CARTRIDGES: 7.62 - 15mm
 
7.92x57 (for scale), 13.2x92SR (German Mauser M1918 - the original anti-tank rifle), 7.92x86 (Polish experimental case), 7.92x88 (replica of Spanish ATR round, reputedly only one rifle made but used in Spanish Civil War), 7.92x107 (Polish Maroszek service round), 13x94 (replica of German training round, allegedly made to mislead other countries about the high-velocity 7.92x94), 7.92x94 (German Panzerbuchse service round), 13.9x99B (British .55" Boys), 12.7x108 (Soviet HMG round; used briefly in the Sholoklov ATR), 14.5x114 (Soviet PTRD/PTRS),  12.7x99 (.50 Browning for scale).
 
 
 

ANTI-TANK RIFLE CARTRIDGES: 20-24mm   

 

12.7x99 (for scale), 15.2x114 (US .60" experimental), 20x72RB (Oerlikon SSG), 20x105B (Solothurn S18-100 series), 20x110RB (Oerlikon SSG 36), 20x120 (Madsen), 20x125 (Japanese Type 97), 20x138B (Solothurn S18-1000 and Finnish Lahti L39 - this round is Finnish), 20x144R (Bofors m/40), 20x180R (Carl Gustav m/42 recoilless), 24x139 (Swiss Tb41).

N.B. the US .60", Madsen, Bofors and Tb41 were mounted on low tripods rather than using bipods plus shoulder stocks.

 

 

BRITISH WW1/2 TANK GUN AMMUNITION

57x307R (6pdr WW1 tank), 47x376R (3 pdr Hotchkiss, similar to but slightly longer than 37x351R interwar tank), 40x304R (2 pdr WW2 tank/AT), 57x441R (6 pdr WW2 tank/AT - also US 57mm AT)

 

 

GERMAN & BRITISH WW2 TANK GUN AMMUNITION

37x249R (3,7 cm Pak / Kwk AP), 50x289R (5 cm L/42 Kwk Pzgr 40), 50x420R (5cm L/60 Pak 38, Kwk), 75x243R (7,5 cm L/24), 75x495R (7,5 cm L/43 and L/48: later Pz IV), 75x640R (7,5cm Kwk 42 L/70: Panther tank), 88x571R (8,8 cm L/56: Tiger 1), 88x822R (8,8cm L/71: Tiger 2).

47x376R (3 pdr Hotchkiss, similar to but slightly longer than 47x351R interwar tank), 40x304R (2 pdr AP), 57x441 (6 pdr APDS), 75x350R (US/British 75mm HE), 76x583R (17 pdr APDS), 76x420R (77mm mm in Comet tank), 76x134R (3" Howitzer for close-support tanks), 95x206R (95mm Howitzer for close-support tanks).

 

 

1940/1 BATTLES: TANK GUN AMMUNITION (1)

7.92x57 (MG 34/42, Besa), 12.7x81 (0.5" Vickers), 13.9x99B (.55" Boys), 15x104 (Besa), 20x99R (ShVAK), 20x138B (KwK 30/38), 25x194R (French Hotchkiss), 37x94R (French Mle 1916/1918)

 

 

1940/1 BATTLES: TANK GUN AMMUNITION (2)

37x94R (French 37mm Mle 1916/1918), 37x149R (French 37mm Mle 1938), 37x249R (German 3,7cm), 37x257R (Polish wz 36 - 37mm Bofors), 37x268R (Czech 37mm vz 34/38), 40x304R (British 2pdr), 47x195R (Italian 47mm Mod 37 - Austrian Bohler), 45 x 310R (Russian Mod 37), 47x193R French 47mm Mle 1935

 

 

 

1942 BATTLES: TANK GUN AMMUNITION

37x134R (Japanese Type 94 Tank), 37x165R (Japanese Type 94 AT/Type 98 tank: same AP projectile as 37x134R), 37x223R US 37mm M16 APCBC), 40x304R (British 2pdr AP), 57x121R (Japanese 57 mm Type 97), 50x289R (German 5 cm L/42 Kwk 38 HE), 50x420R (German 5 cm L/60 APC), 57x441R (British 6pdr AP)

 

 

 

EARLY SUB-CALIBRE AMMUNITION (1)  

20x138B (German 2 cm Kwk 30/38 APCR), 28x187R (German 28/20mm PzB 41 - Gerlich squeezebore), 37x94R (French 37mm Mle 1935 APCR), 37x249R (German 3,7 cm PaK 36 Pzgr.40), 37x263B (German BK 3,7 Pzgr.40), 40x304R (British 2 pdr APSV Mk 1: Littlejohn squeezebore)

 

 

EARLY SUB-CALIBRE AMMUNITION (2)

40x304R (British 2 pdr APSV Mk 1: Littlejohn squeezebore), 45x310R (Soviet 45mm APCR), 50x289R (German 5 cm KwK 38 L/42 Pzgr.40), 50x419R (German 5 cm Pak 38 L/60 Pzgr.40), 57x441R (British 6 pdr APDS), 57x480R (Soviet 57mm APCR)

 

 

 

 

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