|Message||Thanks again for the MP40 sling! Lots of great information on your site.|
|Message||Excellent informative site.|
|Message||thanks for the info|
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|Message||Very well done! Your knowledge and willingness to share it is unsurpassed. You provide much more detail into many of the devices that others lack and as an engineer, I appreciate this in-depth information! Thank you very much!|
|Message||Got a correction for you. We finally found a scan of an original manual (Lafette 34 in this case) and it turns out the traverse plate is marked at 10 mil/graduation, so it is actually 65 x 10 mil = 650 mil = ~36.6 degrees instead of a mere 65 mil = 3.66 degrees, which just seemed way, way too narrow.|
|Message||Nice Lounge Reidar. Very helpful when collecting old german stuff|
|Message||Been reading multiple articles on German WW2 hardware in here.Learned quite a bit,also very helpfull when buying new items as there are many fakes around.Thanks|
Any estimate of when the MARKINGS page "Direct and indirect fire" bit will be ready?
Afraid not! Been hard to find time to write lately, and there are soooo many subjects to write about! The bolt box will be the next Lafette article to hit the pages.
|Message||An amazing compilation, it has helped me with my personal goal to collect and compare sources on WWII equipment to eliminate discrepancies in provided information! The text is straightforward, and the images are of excellent quality. Actually seeing the filling material for the M24 in a visual sense was a nice surprise. Cheers!|