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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:59 pm
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Does anyone know why this post has these %20 in it??? I posted the same exact post at the CDSG site and it seems to work there, am I doing something wrong? I'm using Photobucket and a PC if that helps.
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Here are a couple mystery pieces, not much info on where they are located, but maybe one of you has seen them.......

1. Somewhere in a New England cemetery, its a 4" Naval piece


2.Maplewood Cemetery, Durham NC. Anyone have any ideas on what this might be??


3. A 3.2" Field Gun in Armagh Township, PA.................................



4. A Japanese 105mm Model 92 Gun, no idea of the location, very nice piece


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:03 am
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The gun at Durham, NC reminds me of a 6 Pounder Nordenfelt. I've attached an image of one of these in Australia. The mechanism of the mounting looks similar but the profile of the mounting is different.

I noticed on the Navweaps website that the USN used a 6-pdr Mark 10 around the 1890s which is noted as a Nordenfelt gun. The Nordenfelt guns were designed as anti-torpedo boat guns in the 1880s but had a second life on merchant ships and light naval craft during WW1.

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it does look kinda like that,maybe a lot like that
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 8:37 am
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I'm not sure the Japanese piece is a 105mm howitzer. I read the markings as Type 96 15cm howitzer, manufactured Showa 16 (1941) at the Osaka arsenal.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 6:19 am
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AJ2,

Something changed on the com-central site a while back and it has been working in such a way that if you put text in between the images you post, the %20 characters appear. There seems to be no way around it, so I've taken to making a separate post for each different image as a workaround.
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