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All rights Reserved. Damn amateurs!!!!! Can't even hit the side of a mountain!!!!! I tell you what, if it had been soldiers, we would have hit the house!!!! OR the mountain!!! Dont understand the part about too much propellant, rounds are fixed propellant rounds unlike where there are various charges.
It was human error all right, some one made a large change to the weapons QE between when weapon was laid and when it was fired. Or either their Fire Control system needs some alignment procedures carried out.
Nobody would believe they couldn't hit the side of a mountain ;. Assuming it is an artillery type of gun and that since it's in the US the ammo will be M1 pattern then it is not fixed, it is semi-fixed with 7 charges. It is a "super charge" for US mm cannon. Zone Eight is its book nomenclature. Also refered to as "supercharge eight". Its actually cream coloured, Actual charge designation is MA1, It is truely awesome seeing those being fired.
The charge which is a red Bag is the M charge, it also is pretty big. Those I trained with, circa were red. You are likely think of what the book shows as the MA2, which is a zone 7 charge and also a single bag charge. I cant recall ever using it. The M A1 is definitely cream coloured, trust me ; I put 7 of them through my howitzers during acceptance testing every week. Dirty Little Links: News Links. Rules of Use.
How to Behave on an Internet Forum. Artillery Discussion Board. Return to Topic Page. Some joker wanted to see what happened if they used the red bag.
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