120 MM Artillery: Rheinmetall 120 MM Gun, Qf 4.7 Inch Gun Mk I-IV, 12 CM Tornautomatpjs M]70, Rbl 40 Pounder Armstrong Gun

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9781155302072: 120 MM Artillery: Rheinmetall 120 MM Gun, Qf 4.7 Inch Gun Mk I-IV, 12 CM Tornautomatpjs M]70, Rbl 40 Pounder Armstrong Gun

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Rheinmetall 120 mm gun, QF 4.7 inch Gun Mk I-IV, 12 cm tornautomatpjäs m/70, RBL 40 pounder Armstrong gun, Royal Ordnance L11A5, Dragon Fire, M120 mortar, 2S9 Nona, 120 mm M1 gun, Type 3 12 cm AA Gun, 4.7 inch QF Mark XII, AMOS, Mortier 120mm Rayé Tracté Modèle F1, QF 4.7 inch Mk V naval gun, 2S12 Sani, BL 4.7 inch /45 naval gun, L30, 2B11 Sani, IMI 120 mm gun, Type 3 120 mm 45 caliber naval gun, 12 cm Luftminenwerfer M 16, M1938 mortar, 12 cm Kanone M 80, M/41D, Cardom, 12 cm felthaubits/m32, Bofors 12 cm M. 14, Granatwerfer 42, QF 4.7 inch Mark XI gun, Rheinmetall 12 cm leFH 08, Canone de 120 L mle 1931, 12 cm Minenwerfer M 15, QF 4.7 inch Mk VIII naval gun, Type 10 120 mm AA Gun, Bofors 120 mm gun, Patria NEMO, GIAT CN120-26/52, 120 KRH 92, 120mm M2 RAIADO, 2S31 Vena, 120-PM-43 mortar, 120 mm Italian naval gun. Excerpt: The Rheinmetall 120 mm gun is a smoothbore tank gun designed and produced by the West German Rheinmetall-DeTec AG company, developed in response to Soviet advances in armor technology and development of new armored threats. Production began in 1974, with the first version of the gun, known as the L/44 as it was 44 calibers long, used on the German Leopard 2 tank and soon produced under license for the American M1A1 Abrams and other tanks. The American version, the M256, uses a coil spring recoil system instead of a hydraulic system. The gun has also been exported to South Korea and Japan for their indigenous tank designs, as well as other nations that have procured the Leopard 2 and the M1 Abrams. The 120-millimeter (4.7 in) gun has a length of 5.28 meters (17.3 ft), and the gun system weighs approximately 3,317 kilograms (7,310 lb). By 1990 the L/44 was not considered powerful enough to deal with the latest Soviet armor such as the T-80B, which stimulated an effort by Rheinmetall to develop a bet...

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