WWII German Navy marked 3,7cm 30st round compete with projectile and fuse

WWII German Navy marked 3,7cm 30st round compete with projectile and fuse

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A WWII German Navy marked 3,7cm 30st round compete with projectile and fuse. It was fired from the German Kriegsmarine's (Navy) primary anti aircraft gun the SK C/30, that was fitted to battleships and U-Boats. But unlike an other that you are likely to encounter the projectile still has the original shrapnel cloth pouch with a few pieces of shrapnel inside. This is an extremely rare find. The cloths and their contents are normally discarded when rounds are being made safe. The cloth is marked with German ordnance codes and weights and is stamped "3,7" . This pouch would have been filled with small pieces of shrapnel that upon detonation would be scattered in all directions. The fuse is correctly marked and dated and also carries the Navy mark. The projectile has its original wartime paint and is marked C4. On base just visible is the Navy acceptance Eagle over III and date stamp of 1941. The round stands over half a metre high.

One of the best and most complete examples available anywhere!

To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk.


Product Code: 1A3V4

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