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Hello everyone here at the forum. I beg your opinion - answer.

In the kit  of the company UMT - CANON Putilov 76,2 mm 1/35, there are decals for instalation on the canon shields. Does this marking have a real base - are there photographs with a description on the cannon? Or is it just a kit maker´s fantasy?

 

Thank you in advance for your reply. Ivo from Czech Republic PUTILOV 76,2  OBTISKY .jpg



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Possibly but the markings are likely to be Civil War.

The marking "дОЛОЙ БУРЖУЕВЪ" - means "Down with the bourgeoisie" - not the sort of thing one

would see in the Tsarist Army.

Charlie

 



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Yes - decals No. 10, 15 are according to the instructions for the canon from the time of the revolution in October 1917. I have approx. 100 photographs of real Putilov canons on duty, but there is no drawing or inscription anywhere. Not even from the Revolution....

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