2pounder qf pom pom gun
|Gordon Paterson||19/12/2010 21:07:56|
|2 forum posts|
Hi to all
Can anyone help with measurement details of the Vickers single barrel qf 2pounder pom pom gun.This gun may have been covered in drawings by the late
N.A.Ough in a series in Model Boats circa.1969.Any help would be gratefully received.JEEP
|Kevin Bellman||19/12/2010 21:37:13|
68 forum posts
Hi Gordon which mark are you interested in, or for what type of craft?
Some help available here.
|Gordon Paterson||19/12/2010 22:20:10|
|2 forum posts|
I,m not sure what mark they were,they had flash cones on the barrel ends and were mounted in single tubs. I'm building a model of the paddle steamer Thames Queen ,my father served on her during the last WW.
I'm also trying to get measurements for the 2in.No2 Mk1 rocket launcher which was also mounted on this ship,I have various photos of both weapons but lacking precise measurements.
Thanks for the reply.
|10 forum posts|
Have you tried John Lambert. He has weapon drawings. www.lambert-plans.com
|Guido Sambucetti||14/01/2011 13:42:02|
55 forum posts
Phil´s right, John Lambert has probably the largest selection of naval weapons. His drawings L/O/04 (2pdr single) and L/O/48 (among many things, the 2" rocket projector) may be just what you are looking for. If you have difficulty in identifying the pom pom mark you can always contact him and send him a copy of the actual photo you are using, and he will know.
Best of luck!
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