US 2.95 inch MOUNTAIN & MULE GUN,Philippine Scouts used against the Japanese CD For Sale
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US 2.95 inch MOUNTAIN & MULE GUN,Philippine Scouts used against the Japanese CD:
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EXTENSIVE MATERIEL MANUAL FOR THE 2.95 INCH MOUNTAIN MODEL 1912 GUN SYSTEM WITH REVISIONS THROUGH 1916. US service The US purchased 12 guns in 1899 and used them in the Philippine Insurrection). By 30 June 1904 another 120 guns were purchased. Carriages and pack saddles were manufactured at Watertown and Rock Island. It was also used in WW2 by US and Philippine forces defending against the Japanese Invasion. Approximately 50 were issued to the Filipino Army artillery regiments. The US Army Philippine Division had one battalion of the 23rd Artillery (Philippine Scouts) equipped with the 2.95 in mountain gun.
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