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and 2 cm Flak Crew Manual - WW2 Era Issue

Handbuch für Den Flakartilleristen (Der Kanonier) , Handbook for the Flak Artillery Crew (The Cannonier).   Dated 1941, 8th Improved Edition.  Paperback, 67 pages. This manual is a translation of parts of the 1941 Handbook for the Flak Artillery. The only sections contained herein are the basics for each gun, and the detailed descriptions of the tasks for each crewmember during setup and firing. It does not contain the artillery geometry, theory, communication, or aircraft recognition sections of the original 204 page manual.
Please reference "Flak Crew" on your order.
$17 – includes . first class postage.
Cover   Contents   Page 19   Page 59  

The first thing that needs to be done is to examine the Rifle for and Asian or Cyrillic markings, in an effort to identify the county of origin.  Please know that some rifles do not have any markings, but many Russian, Chinese and Korean models do. For Albanian SKS Rifles The Albanian SKS has a dash at the end of the serial number followed by two numbers.  These 2 numbers are the last 2 of the year produced. For Romanian SKS Rifles The Romanian SKS rifles check the end of the serial number, there is a dash followed by four numbers, this is the year produced. For Chinese SKS Rifles  To get the year of manufacture, add the first digit in the serial number to 1956. For German SKS Rifles Check the two numbers at the beginning of a German SKS serial number, it is the date of manufacture. For Russian SKS Rifles Check the four-digit number underneath the stamped star, it is the year of manufacture.      

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