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The Nazi’s Flying Artillery – Henschel HS129

We all know how awesome the A-10 and GAU-8 is in aviation history. It is a flying gun. Well apparently it is not the first plane built around a gun. The Germans made something similar back in 1942. Henschel built the HS129. According to worldwarwings.com: Made by a company called Henschel, this ground attack aircraft […] Read More … The post The Nazi’s Flying Artillery – Henschel HS129 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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