20mm flak mk20
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Light Tanks

T34 Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Anti-Aircraft

85mm Flak 37 @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Armoured Cars

Daimler Mk 1 Armoured Car @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Heavy Tanks

Russian T-55 Heavy Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Missiles

Bristol Bloodhound Missile @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Artillery

13 Ib Light Artillery @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Light Weaponry

Light weaponry @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR25  7EG

Yeomanry

Yeomanry Norfolk & Suffolk regiments @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR27 5EG
BOFORS L/70 40MM
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Light Tanks

T34 Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Anti-Aircraft

85mm Flak 37 @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Armoured Cars

Daimler Mk 1 Armoured Car @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Heavy Tanks

Russian T-55 Heavy Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Missiles

Bristol Bloodhound Missile @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Artillery

13 Ib Light Artillery @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Light Weaponry

Light weaponry @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR25  7EG

Yeomanry

Yeomanry Norfolk & Suffolk regiments @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR27 5EG
88MM FLAK 37 GERMAN ANTI-AIRCRAFT
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Light Tanks

T34 Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Anti-Aircraft

85mm Flak 37 @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Armoured Cars

Daimler Mk 1 Armoured Car @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Heavy Tanks

Russian T-55 Heavy Tank @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Missiles

Bristol Bloodhound Missile @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Artillery

13 Ib Light Artillery @ The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Light Weaponry

Light weaponry @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR25  7EG

Yeomanry

Yeomanry Norfolk & Suffolk regiments @ The Muckleburgh Collection, NR27 5EG

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9th February  2018 for school half term

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anti-aircraft collection

A display of famous Anti-Aircraft guns
Picture20mm Flak MK20 @ Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EH
20MM Rheinmetall 

Rheinmetall of Germany made this anti-aircraft gun which was used by Argentina during the Falklands conflict in 1982. Mounted on a wheeled carriage it consists of twin 20mm guns, their ammunition, a Wankel 8 HP engine for power, and optical sights which include a design to prevent firing on friendly targets. In addition to aircraft it can also be used against ground targets

This RH 202 Mk 20 weapon was captured by British forces from the airfield at Port Stanley and gifted to the Museum. It has rifle damage sustained when it was captured

technical specifications

Range (Air):   3,000 Metres (9,800 Feet)
Rate of Fire:   240 Rounds per minute
Ammunition:   64 Rounds per gun

Bofors L70 40mm Anti-Aircraft @ Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EH
Bofors L/70
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The Bofors L/70 40mm is used for engaging aircraft flying fast at low altitude. Its chief characteristics being high speeds of elevation and traverse combined with a high rate of fire

Development of the first Bofors guns began in Sweden in the 1930s and further designs have been licensed for manufacture in many countries and are still in use around the world

It is mounded on a detachable carriage and some models requires an electrical supply enabling them to be fired by remote control, although they can also be operated manually. Bofors anti-aircraft guns were based at Weybourne Camp 

technical specifications

Range:   12,500 Metres (41,000 Feet)
Rate of Fire:   330 Rounds per minute
Shell calibre:   40mm

88mm Flak 37 German Anti-Aircraft @ Muckleburgh Museum NR25 7EH
88mm FLAK 37
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The 88mm Flack 37 German anti-aircraft gun (“the eight-eight”) was famous for its other role as an anti-tank weapon and when installed in the Tiger tank. It first appeared in the Spanish Civil War and saw service with considerable success throughout WW2 especially in North Africa

Its range, rate of fire and elevation made is superior to all other weapons of its type at the time. The Museum’s example came from the Spanish Navy and was repainted for the filming of “Band of Brothers”

technical specifications

Range (Air):    32,500 Metres (9,900 Feet)
            (Ground):   15 Km (9.25 Miles)
Rate of Fire: 15-25 Rounds per minute
Elevation:  -3° to + 85°