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    PIAT practice round dimensions

    Anyone have the correct dimensions of the PIAT practice round or may be machine drawings.

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    Not sure if you can work from these photos , theyre all i have with a ruler next to a recovered practice piat
    ppDSC00030.jpgppDSC00038.jpg

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    I have one of these practice rounds. I will do photo and all dimensions in the morning. Ron.

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    I remenber that the PIAT also fired a solid steel Bolt/practice round that needed an insert in the launcher (I think).
    No doubt others can give better details of this practice round too. I have never seen one.

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    PR2O5czuToK600TLIHRrYw_thumb_4e4.jpg%3JKzDZwSaa45mCkoF01NA_thumb_4e5.jpgGQrvCrgbTQajamT1qOmXjw_thumb_4ea.jpgiC6aOqS9QKaz0f9vu%CUlg_thumb_4e8.jpgq2yZNDwhTraS+007PQ84eQ_thumb_4e7.jpgbk5aftUvRqWixg3oV3jaNg_thumb_4e9.jpgHere is the dimensions of the PIAT Practice round. Has been repainted but all original and rather scarce.

    200mm overall length. 181mm pipe length. 26mm of threads. (20mm is inside). 14 TPI.
    Body is 35mm Diam. 34.5mm across the threads. 31.5mm smaller diameter. 22.5mm inside diam for the brass cartridge.

    The head is 50.8mm diam. 41.6mm high. Hole is 22.5mm deep.
    You should be able to make a copy from these dimensions but stamp it REPRO insid

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    Thanks Guys.

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    BMG theres one on quickfire auctions https://www.quickfireauctions.co.uk/...tion_id=294393

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