An AP is fired from British 3 and 6 pdr anti tank gun to break a concrete wall in Great Britain during World War II.
United Kingdom Date:1942 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A British film which demonstrates the use of their equipment against beach obstacles during World War II in Great Britain. An armor-piercing shot (AP) is fired from British 3 and 6 pounder (pdr) anti tank gun. Smoke flakes in the sky. The concrete wall not shattered above 200 cubic feet. Fire from 6 pdr shot and 6 ½ lb beehive. The 6 ½ lb beehive attached on a tin sheet. The beehive bursts. Smoke rises due to explosion. A hole in the concrete wall. A man measures the hole with a stick.
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