4.7 cm PAK 36 (t) (ex-czech M-36)

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Re: 4.7 cm PAK 36 (t) (ex-czech M-36)

Post by Brady » 28 Feb 2018 03:00

Kupka et al. says about 132 SPG on PzKpfw IB chassis (built in 1940), and 174 on Renault R35, built in 1941.
After Janoušek, there were 202 SPG on PzKpfw IB (since April 1940), and 174 on Renault R35.

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That’s a bit confusing

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How many of the towed guns were used in the field, BoF, is thier any reference for that ?

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Re: 4.7 cm PAK 36 (t) (ex-czech M-36)

Post by KrankenPz » 03 Dec 2019 10:14

jopaerya wrote:
21 Jan 2012 15:47
The 4.7 cm gun in transport behind a truck .

Photo = Ebay

Regards Jos
Does anyone know which divisional or other sign is on the truck in this picture?

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Re: 4.7 cm PAK 36 (t) (ex-czech M-36)

Post by Sturm78 » 18 Dec 2020 16:09

Hi all,

An image from Ebay. Probably an ex-Yugoslavian gun

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Re: 4.7 cm PAK 36 (t) (ex-czech M-36)

Post by Sturm78 » 28 May 2021 22:06

Hi all,

An image from Ebay

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Post by Łukasz TuniaRadom » 13 Aug 2022 07:08

tom! wrote:
19 Jul 2006 16:59
Hi.

From the H.DV 435-1:

1. 4,7 cm Pzgr. Patr. 36 (t) with 4,7 cm Pzgr. 36 (t) using Bd. Z. 36 (t) and Bd. Z. PD 28 (t)
2. 4,7 cm Pzgr. Patr. 36 (t) umg. with 4,7 cm Pzgr. 35 (ö) umg. using Bd. Z. M 35 of the 4,7 cm Pzgr. 35
3. 4,7 cm Pzgr. Patr. (j) with 4,7 cm Pzgr. (j) using Bd. Z. P 56 (t)
4. 4,7 cm Sprgr. Patr. 36 (t) with 4,7 cm Sprgr. 36 (t) using A. Z. N 34 (t)


propellant charges:

1. 459 g Ngl. Str. P. M 36 (1 * 10/320)
2. 459 g Ngl. Str. P. M 36 (1 * 10/320)
3. 465 g Ngl. Str. P. M 36 (1 * 10/320)
4. 251 g Ngl. Str. P. M 36 (0,6 * 6/320)


Image


Image

Yours

tom! :wink:
Brakuje jeszcze :
6. 463 g Ngl. Str. P. M 36 (1*10/320)

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