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    the 40mm Hotchkiss revolver gun

    Hello

    Here a link about the 40mm Hotchkiss revolver gun .

    http://www.maquetland.com/v2/index.p...69&type=photos






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    Wow, it has to be like a big orgasm to fire it.

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    verry intresting thank you for the pics and infomation !

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    Our Courthouse has two of those mounted at the entrance. GROG

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    Can you post some images

    and details of any name plate etc. That would be great.

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    There is also one in the Naval Museum in Montevideo.
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    Hello

    40mm case

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    Some of these were still in service in WW1. They were used to cover the dry moats around forts, hence the shrapnel rounds.

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    This is also a beautiful site about revolving canons

    http://www.victorianshipmodels.com/a...ssflankde.html

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    Any live or dug ordnance presented by me has been disposed of by EOD technicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gspragge View Post
    and details of any name plate etc. That would be great.
    I want to get down there with a good digital camera to photo them at some point. When I do, I will post here. GROG

 

 

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