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Re: RE: submerged targets
Posted by: Natter ()
Date: August 27, 2011 04:19PM

kurt Wrote:
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> The point is, torpedoes were designed for shooting
> at surface tagets, and I doubt the depth setting
> mechanism on the torpedoes had settings of for
> anything beyond a few tens of feet.

You're right.
The most common german torpedoes (G7a and G7e, which both had the same depth-control mechanism) had a maximum depth of 12 metres (approx. 40 feet).

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