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    2cm MG FF electric primer

    Hello,
    anyone has info about please?
    best regards

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    Interesting - I didn't realise that these were made.

    Possibly it was intended to see how well electric priming worked with an API blowback gun, during the development of the 30 mm MK 108?

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    Very interesting, thanks for posting that Fert, thats the first one i have ever seen like that.
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    Very cool, I had the opportunity to buy a Russian 20x99mm SHvAK round with an electric primer not too long ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceinvader View Post
    Very cool, I had the opportunity to buy a Russian 20x99mm SHvAK round with an electric primer not too long ago!
    I presume that was for a sub-calibre training device.

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    Would you happen to know what for? I don’t recall if the seller knew what it was for or not, but it looked to be dated 1939.

 

 

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