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Skoda 305 mm howitzer

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Developed from Gretel, 240 mm, between 1911 and 1912 and adopted in 1913. The battery consisted of three parts, each disassembled into three loads, towed by tractors of 120 hp Austro-Daimler. The howitzer was grounded in a hole dug in the ground and assembled with the help of crane. Those loaned to Germany (with its Austrian garrisons) in 1914 were returned within a year after the fall of the strong Belgian and French. Then they were placed as in the Adriatic coastal guns and is still used in the 2nd War.

SpecificationsEdit

  • Caliber: 305 mm
    800px-Skoda 305 mm Model 1911 side

    Skoda 305 mm Model 1911

  • Barrel length: 14 gauge (the first version had 11 gauge)
  • Closing the breech: Screw interrupted
  • Maximum lift: 70 degrees
  • Conteiro: 120 degrees
  • Weight in action: 20 tons
  • Time to take action: 25 minutes
  • Weight of grenade: 380 kg
  • Speed mouth: 340 m / s
  • Maximum range: 12,000 m

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