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    Japanese 20mm Belt Links

    Resulting from a post on the IAA forum, looking for info/images and any source of Japanese Belt Links for any of the 20mm types, ie. Ho5, 20x72RB (Navy Type 1) and 20x101RB (Navy Type2).

    The question posed on the IAA Forum was were the same Links used for the two Navy 20mm types?

    Any images would be appreciated; it seems a neglected topic.

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    Pics of 20 X 101Rb in link. Links not correctly positioned on rounds.
    Regards Ozzi.
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    Thanks Pete, There is an image of Links attached to the short Type 1 case on Olaf Greves's Japanese Ammunition site. They are approximately 70mm in length. Could you measure the length of your's on the Type 2 please. (I suspect they will be the same Link..)

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    Link size as requested.
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    Thanks Peter....looking like the same Link used for both case types.

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    Howdy Pete, yeah I reckon your right.

 

 

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