LG 50 mm mortar

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Lance-grenades de 50 mm mle 37
Specifications
Weight
Caliber
Elevation
Traverse
Effective Range 100m Min
450m Max
Rate of Fire

Ammo:

  • Grenade de 50 mm 3NT (HE)
  • Grenade fumigène de 50 mm (Smoke)

History

This very light mortar was designed as a replacement for the rifle grenades used in infantry platoons. The German army later used it with the designation 5 cm Granatwerfer 203(f).

Like the German and British light mortars, this short-barreled mortar was fired by trigger.

Game Play



See Also

Infantry Weapons of Battleground Europe

American Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · BAR · M1903 Springfield · M1A1 Thompson · Mk 2 Fragmentation_Grenade · M8 Smoke Grenade · M1911 Colt

British Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · Bren Mk II LMG · Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk I · M1928 Thompson · No.36 Mills Bomb · No.77 Smoke Grenade · Webley Pistol

French Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · FM 1924/29 LMG · Fusil MAS mle 1936 · MAS. 38 · Grenade à main offensive modèle 1915 · Grenade fumigène · Pistolet mle 1935S

German Weapons

Panzerbüchse 39 · MG-34 · Karabiner 98k · MP-40 · Stielhandgranate 24 · Nebelhandgranate 39 · Luger P08

Universal Weapons

Ammo Resupply Pack · Combat Knife · Satchel Charge