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  • R.N. Armstrong
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    Originally posted by amvas View Post
    Katyushas could't fire directly without preparations. For making this, they needed their front wheels to be digged into the ground.
    I thought that would be necessary since the launch rail could go no lower than the truck cab top. Do you have a source that speaks to the digging as a recognized procedure? Or is it just an expedient measure?

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  • amvas
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    Originally posted by R.N. Armstrong View Post
    Is there a difference for Katyusha rocket to fire point blank ( v ypor) and direct fire (pryamoi navodkoi)?
    At a point blank range how would an M-13 launcher fire at a near range target, such as Flerov's battery when trapped by Germans in October 1941?
    Katyushas could't fire directly without preparations. For making this, they needed their front wheels to be digged into the ground.

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    Katyusha point blank fire

    Is there a difference for Katyusha rocket to fire point blank ( v ypor) and direct fire (pryamoi navodkoi)?
    At a point blank range how would an M-13 launcher fire at a near range target, such as Flerov's battery when trapped by Germans in October 1941?

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