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British artillery ammunition, 1780

Adrian B. Caruana

British artillery ammunition, 1780

by Adrian B. Caruana

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Published by Museum Restoration Service in Bloomfield [Ont.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Ammunition -- History.,
    • Great Britain -- Armed Forces -- Ordnance and ordnance stores -- History -- 18th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Adrian B. Caruana.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUF700 .C35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination50 p. :
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4243355M
      ISBN 100919316735
      LC Control Number80670007
      OCLC/WorldCa6605230

        This Factory was one of the last concerns to make ammunition for the British Government. Created on: British calibre booby trap. I have sent by Mr. Giles QrM Stores five Load of Damaged Arms & Ammunition Who Will Conduct the Above stores to Camp" 8 Strap shott was more commonly called fixed ammunition. In his work British Artillery Ammunition, Adrian B, Caruana notes, Fixed ammunition was reserved exclusively for field pieces, and was in considered to mean either round or case shot fixed to wooden bottoms.

      A British Orderly Book, fell a Tree Within the distance of Yda. of any G" Huts, or files of arms will he punish'd for disobedience of Orders. After Ordra. 1 0'Clock 3rd Janrv The Reg will Send two Drivers to the Qr Mr. Gen'8. Yard this day to receive the Waggons, mentioned in Yesterdays Orders, at 3 oClock. Brigade. WWI ARTILLERY - BRITISH GUNS CALIBRE (mm/ins) INTRO. DATE WEIGHT (lb)/(kg) ** = barrel & breech only BREECH MECH. BARREL LENGTH MAX ELEVATION (deg.) MV (m/sec) or (ft/sec) RANGE (m)/(yds) or Height (m/ft) COMMENTS 6inch BL Mk 7 Field Gun 6" lb** SQF cal 22 ft/sec yd 6inch BL Mk 19 Field Gun 6" kg IS 35cal 38 m Missing: book.

      NOTE: Click on images to view larger size. The different roles that artillery ammunition has had to fill on the battlefield has led to many different designs and types of ammunition, some of which are discussed here And while artillery has been used by armies for hundreds of years, this article focuses on "modern" ammunition (post). "Cartridge" in British ammunition terminology typically refers to the physical object containing the propellant that a gunner loads: For small arms (SA) and fixed QF artillery ammunition e.g. the or pounder respectively, this denoted the complete round, i.e. cartridge case, percussion cap or primer, propellant charge and projectile. In this use it is synonymous with "round".


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