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jhancock18 Jan 2022 3:58 p.m. PST

Does anyone have an image of the following assembled gun from the Irregular Miniatures Really Useful Gun range?

Gun Type Twelve
37mm infantry gun model. 15K Russian
WW1 and civil war Soviet WWII.

Does not seem to be the Rosenberg model 15 gun, but also different from the model 14 gun.

link

emckinney18 Jan 2022 7:53 p.m. PST

Why don't you think it's the Rosenberg?

link

"37 K/15 Rosenberg"

Have you bought it? Can you post photos of the parts?

Martin Rapier19 Jan 2022 12:49 a.m. PST

I picked up a couple of those Risenberg guns on a Bring and Buy. I thought they had been moulded wrong, so I chopped the backwards barrels off and put them together the 'right way round'!

jhancock19 Jan 2022 12:18 p.m. PST

Yes, that may well be the case, Martin, hence my question. I had not considered turning the shield and barrel 180 degrees, just removing the shield and replacing it!

All the images I've seen of th k15 Rosenberg have a wooden frame limber fore and aft, although they are images of Finnish guns captured and used in the Winter War. Perhaps the original Russian gun only had the pole frame seen on the Irregular gun?

I have no place to put an image online to share.

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