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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #165 on: 25-03-2011, 13:03:01 »
in what way?  ::)

the flak 37/41

could do it all better But the AA purpous.

its kinda.... more like a draw  ;)


Rock beats scissor ;D
How bout we say....just add them all?  ;D

The more artillery the better!
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #166 on: 25-03-2011, 16:03:43 »
Does anyone have any info on this rifle grenade cup for the M91?





It's a M43 grenade launcher.

no it's a "tromboncino cal. 30 mm" for "bertone" grenade use in ww2 by italian soldiers

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #167 on: 25-03-2011, 16:03:49 »
I think the things are  important to get an standalone Italian army

small arms
wz35 ATR

Tanks
CV 35                       \
M11/39                       > for 1940/41 Maps
Autoblinda Lancia I.Z.  /

Semovente 75/18
AB 41

Jeeps/Commandocars
Fiat Model AS 37 or
Fiat Model 42

Artillery
Mortaio da 81/14 Mod. 35 mortar
Cannone da 105/28
90mm AA
20mm AA Breda
maybe a fieldgun
Cannone da 75/32

Airplanes
Fiat Cr 42 as Scoutplane, fighter, light bomber
Mc 202
Ju 87

 :)
« Last Edit: 26-03-2011, 01:03:16 by SirGutz »

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #168 on: 25-03-2011, 17:03:46 »
I think the things are  important to get an standalone Italian army

small arms
wz35 ATR

Tanks
CV 35
M11/39
Semovente 75/18
AB 41

Jeeps
Fiat Model AS 37 or
Fiat Model 42

Artillery
Mortaio da 81/14 Mod. 35 mortar
Cannone da 105/28
90mm AA
20mm AA Breda
maybe a fieldgun
Cannone da 75/32

Airplanes
Fiat Cr 42 as Scoutplane, fighter, light bomber
Mc 202
Ju 87

 :)

i want also "Cannone da 150 mm" and Sm79 bomber! =)

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #169 on: 25-03-2011, 17:03:45 »
I want to learn Modelling now :(

I shall stay away from this Thread.


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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #170 on: 26-03-2011, 03:03:21 »
Did italians ever attatch scopes to the carcanos ?

(yes I know carcano was rubbish but still...)

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #171 on: 26-03-2011, 03:03:07 »
Wha.. the Carcano is one of the most accurate rifles ever. Kennedy was shot with one, you know.
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #172 on: 26-03-2011, 03:03:54 »
Did italians ever attatch scopes to the carcanos ?

(yes I know carcano was rubbish but still...)

I have seen exactly one carcano that was converted to carry a sniper scope.  And that was not a WW2 era pic, twas a modern find.  So as far as is known, the italians made next to no use of snipers in the war.

That said, Thorondor is right, the carcano is a very good rifle....

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #173 on: 26-03-2011, 03:03:52 »
Wha.. the Carcano is one of the most accurate rifles ever. Kennedy was shot with one, you know.

yes , 3 headshots at well beyond the max range of the rifle. Apparently...

im kidding , I know its apparently a decent weapon. I JUST WANT TO PRETEND IM LEE HARVEY ON GIARABUB IN BOOK DEPOS.... I MEAN TOWER.
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #174 on: 26-03-2011, 03:03:00 »
Well beyond?  Dude, the range was less than 100m IIRC...the Carcano was accurate to 1000 yards+, like all other rifles of the era, without using a scope.



lol, ok then :P

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #175 on: 26-03-2011, 10:03:21 »
The yearly NATO rifle competition is still seeing the italians entering with carcano's

and they always get in the top and even won several times
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #176 on: 26-03-2011, 13:03:48 »
Did italians ever attatch scopes to the carcanos ?

(yes I know carcano was rubbish but still...)

I have seen exactly one carcano that was converted to carry a sniper scope.  And that was not a WW2 era pic, twas a modern find.  So as far as is known, the italians made next to no use of snipers in the war.


not exactly. italians had some snipers in ww2, but they are only 3500-4000 in ww2

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #177 on: 26-03-2011, 13:03:47 »


no it's a "tromboncino cal. 30 mm" for "bertone" grenade use in ww2 by italian soldiers
Are you sure? Because every where I read that ww1 era rifle grenades were not used becuase they damaged the rifles.



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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #178 on: 26-03-2011, 13:03:13 »


no it's a "tromboncino cal. 30 mm" for "bertone" grenade use in ww2 by italian soldiers
Are you sure? Because every where I read that ww1 era rifle grenades were not used becuase they damaged the rifles.

i'm sure. i read this on an italian forum of weapons experts

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #179 on: 26-03-2011, 14:03:22 »
it's a late war gl version afaik

and yes italian had a scope for carcano but never fully produced like the other army scope.