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    Thanks for the addition projectile photo! SUPER nice and one that I have not seen before in my research. I am going to see if i can use this pic to ID it by comparing it to some reference material I have including, JANE's. The fin assembly is longer then most, which may be helpful in the ID. GAME ON! Really nice 90!

    Jason

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    Hi,
    Another picture, just showing the markings. No markings other than R891 and 22A, 22B, 22C for the separate sabot petals.
    No markings on the penetrator either.
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    Can't find any info in Janes. Still researching. INFO HUNT IS ON!

    Jason

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    After a long winter period of buying stuff and having to wait untill the first fair of the new year, I was finally able to pick up the stuff that I bought the past few months.
    The latest additions:
    20x110 Yugoslav M60 API
    20x110 Swedish API
    120mm incomplete DM13 penetrator
    120mm DM23 penetrator
    120mm DM23 with loose sabots
    120mm DM43 test type with loose sabots

    I now have 4 generations of Rheinmetall 120mm penetrators.
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    The 4 generations of 120mm Rheinmetall APFSDS-T.
    Top to bottom:
    DM13
    DM23
    DM33A1
    DM43 (I hope, I see all different kinds of pictures everywhere. I am not even sure whether the sabot is correct for the dart. I doesn't fit too well. It is probably some sort of test type.)
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    Very nice......

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    Beautiful! Some rare birds in that photo!

    Jason

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    Hi All,
    Yesterdays NVBMB fair brought some nice new specimens to the collection.
    20x139 DM43 APDS
    20x139 DM63 APDS (seems to be slightly different from the others)
    30x170 APHC
    30x173 APFSDS
    105mm APDS
    100mm APDS instruction models, complete in their crate

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    Ah, there the box with the two 100 MM shells is you told me about. That's a nice buy for shure
    Btw. the DM43 is no APDS but a HVAP.

    Regards, DJH

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    Hi DJ,
    Thanks. That is what you get for typing late at night.
    The DM43 is actually a API-T and the DM63 is called a HVAP-DS.
    Regards,
    Dominique

 

 
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