GUN GR 10.5cm 65cal SK C33 Dop L C31 twin
10.5 cm SK/C 33
10.5 cm Sk-C 33
General Historical Information
Place of origin: Germany
Category: Anti-Aircraft Naval gun
Used by:


Passengers: 1
Calibre: 10.5 cm
Ammunition: ↑ HE
↓ AA
Elevation: +45° to +80°
Traverse: 360°
Rate of Fire: 18 rpm
Used by vehicles / ships: Bismarck
Prinz Eugen
Specially designed bunker: Yes
Position 1: Gunner
Historical Picture
10.5 cm SKC 33 (germany)

As successor of the 8.8 cm (3.5") SK C/31, the 10.5 cm SK C/33 was a German anti-aircraft gun used during World War II by the Kriegsmarine on the Bismarck and Scharnhorst class of battleships as well as the Deutschland and Admiral Hipper class cruisers. They were mounted in pairs on an electrically powered tri-axial mounting, intended to compensate for the motion of the ship and maintain a lock onto the intened target. The mounting was not properly waterproofed so as the mountings were opened to the weather and sea swell, suffered from a high maintenance burden. It was later adapted for Luftwaffe as a competitor to the famed 88mm Flak 18 as the 10.5 cm FlaK 38. In this role it proved to be too heavy for field use while having roughly similar performance as the 88mm, so was used primarily in static mounts. An improved version replacing the electrical gunlaying with a mechanical system was also introduced as the 10.5 cm FlaK 39. It is placed on one FHSW map and this is Alpenfestung near the churgh in a specialy built bunker. You have a good vieuw over the battlefield between the outpost and the bridge flag and it can destroy any tank with one or two hits. When the enemy past the dried river, they are out the firezone. It can not easy bestroyed by artillery and tank, however a plane can easy destroy the gun.

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