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Artillery Armstrong Ton Gun Gm

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Armstrong Vector: Artillery Armstrong Ton Gun Gm

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An Armstrong Gun was a uniquely designed type of rifled breech-loading field and heavy gun designed by Sir William Armstrong and manufactured in England beginning in 1855 by the Elswick Ordnance Company and the Royal vectornal at Woolwich.30.10.2014 Interpreters dressed as members of the Royal Artillery fire Auld Alec a 6 Pdr RBL Armstrong field gun to celebrate the 89th birthday of the 78th HighlandAutor Halifax Citadel SocietyAufrufe 41Kvectorlnge 5 Min.

The Armstrong RBL 7 inch gun also known as the 110-pounder was an early attempt to use William Armstrongs new and innovative breechloading mechanism for heavy rifled guns.The Armstrong 110-pound gun was succeeded by various RML 7 and 8-inch guns. 7-inch Armstrong breech-loaders under construction at the time of cancellation were Type Naval gun Coast Defence gunWars New Zealand Land Wars Bombardment of Used by United KingdomIn service 1861 - 190

Geschichte. In der Zeit um 1870 war die RML 12.5 inch 38 ton gun das grte Geschtz das in Grobritannien hergestellt wurde. Bei einer Mvectore von 368 t EntwicklerHersteller Elswick Ordnance CompanyHersteller-Bezeichnung RML 17.72 inch gunHerstellerland Vereinigtes Konigreich Vereinigtes Militrische Bezeichnung RML 17.72 inch gunSir William George Armstrong 1810-1900 . Armstrong was born in the Shieldfield area of Newcastle on the 26 November 1810. His father was the proprietor of a corn merchants business on the Newcastle Quayside and had a strong interest in Natural History Mathematics and was a member of the Literary and Philosophical Society.Armstrong the main British artillery producer began a project for creation of an even larger weapon an 18 inches (460 mm) gun also called the 100 ton. Armstrong offered it to the Royal Navy which rejected the gun deeming it too heavy and costly.Type Naval gun Coast defence gunPlace of origin United KingdomIn service 1877-1906Used by United Kingdom Italy

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