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Id on 20mm action ??

Article about: Hi Am looking for some help please in identifying this. I have been told that it may be from a 20mm weapon, but no idea what.... could be off a tractor for all I know :-) The mechanism still

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    Hi

    Am looking for some help please in identifying this. I have been told that it may be from a 20mm weapon, but no idea what.... could be off a tractor for all I know :-)

    The mechanism still functions after a fashion. Turning the crank handle rotates and pushes forward the shaft, which in turn rotates the cog....

    anyone recognise it? The only marking is 623 stamped on the base

    many thanks in advance

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    the No.is 4623.no idea otherwise.

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    Looks a little bit like a machinegun beltloader
    Last edited by Torch; 06-07-2015 at 11:57 AM. Reason: remove gun specific quote

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    looks like it might be a Revolver cannon. This picture is the Mauser MG 2131C revolver mechanism https://www.bevfitchett.us/heavy-mac...-zeichnung.jpg

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    any idea about how old it is ? and were did you find it might help. Also which war it might have been in

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