I don't know - being a lazy slut I forgot to post this bit that came with ittropper66 said:Air wah
and a bit more here CLICKY - still looks like a cut and paste though, doesn't it?The weaponry carried by this behemoth is shown in the last two pics!
The K-7 first flew on 11 August 1933
In 1930s the Russian army was obsessed with the idea of creating huge planes. At that time, they were
proposed to have as many propellers as possible to help carry those huge flying fortresses into the air.
Jet propulsion has not been implemented yet.
Not many photos were saved from that time, because of the high secrecy levels of such
projects and because a lot of time passed already. Still, on the photo below you can see
one of such planes - a heavy bomber K-7
the Caspian Sea Monster - it certainly did.leveller said:
And so did the B25G it carried 75mm guns the Germans tested a 200mm recoiless under a Ju88, There were 25 Hs 129s fitted with an electro-pneumatic recoil system 75mm gun. The Moquito Tetse carried a 57mm 6 pounder anti tank gun to kill U Boatsstrut_jack said:The Henschel Hs 129 managed to field a 75mm self loading anti tank gun + 12 rounds, and that was with only 1400 hp of engines.