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Article about: The length of the cartridge is 80 mm and the caliber 17 mm. What type of gun would this have been shot with? Best, Jan

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    The length of the cartridge is 80 mm and the caliber 17 mm. What type of gun would this have been shot with?

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    Or could the number 17 point towards something else than the caliber ????

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    Or could the number 17 point towards something else than the caliber ????

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    Jan
    Hmm the number 17 is only an factory mark.
    The shell is an airplane MG 151 20 mm i suppose of your foto.
    The mark P 490 is the factory of Hugo Schneider A. G. Werk Altenburg.

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    Very interesting!! Thank You!

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    The 17 is lot nr for the year.
    Sarge

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