FAB-50 (50 kg)

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Description

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Vehicles equipped with this weapon

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General info

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Effective damage

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Comparison with analogues

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Usage in the battles

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Pros and cons

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Historical part

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Media

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Read also

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  • reference to the article about the variant of the cannon/machine gun;
  • references to approximate analogues by other nations and research trees.

ETC.

Sources

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  • page on the Wikipedia
  • page on aircraft or ground forces encyclopedia
  • other literature


Bombs
USA  100 lb     : AN-M30A1
  250 lb     : AN-M57
  500 lb     : AN-M64A1
  750 lb     : M117 cone 45
  1,000 lb  : AN-M65A1 · AN-M65A1 Fin M129
  2,000 lb  : AN-M66A2
Germany  50 kg      : SC50 · SC50JA
  250 kg    : SC250 · SC250JA
  500 kg    : SC500 · SC500K
  1,000 kg : SC1000 · SC1000L · SC1000L2
  1,400 kg : PC 1400 X (Fritz X)
  1,800 kg : SC1800B
USSR  50 kg      : FAB-50
  100 kg    : FAB-100
  250 kg    : FAB-250M43 · OFAB-250-270
  500 kg    : FAB-500
  1,000 kg : FAB-1000
  1,500 kg : FAB-1500M-46
  3,000 kg : FAB-3000M-46
  5,000 kg : FAB-5000
Britain  250 lb     : G.P. 250 lb Mk.IV
  500 lb     : G.P. 500 lb Mk.IV
  1,000 lb  : G.P. 1,000 lb Mk.I · M.C. 1000 lb Mk.I
  4,000 lb  : H.C. 4,000 lb Mk.II
Japan  Army:
  50 kg      : Type 94 GPHE
  100 kg    : Type 94 GPHE
  250 kg    : Type 92 GPHE
  500 kg    : Type 92 GPHE
  Navy:
  60 kg      : Type 97 Number 6
  250 kg    : Type 25 Number 25 Model 2 · Type 98 Number 25
  500 kg    : Type 50 Number 50 Model 2
  800 kg    : Type 80 Number 80 Model 1 · Type 99 Number 80 AP
Italy  50 kg      : GP 50
  100 kg    : GP 100 · SAP 100
  250 kg    : GP 250
  500 kg    : GP 500
  800 kg    : GP 800
France  50 kg      : G.A.M.Mn 50 · DT2
  100 kg    : 100 №.1
  200 kg    : 200 №.1
  500 kg    : 500 №.2