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Fred T. Janes' Naval Krgspl and its firing devices

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Fred T. Janes' Naval Krgspl and its firing devices

Post  frankxyz on Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:54 pm

Hi All !!! Can anyone be so kind to help me to understand how is managed the cannon fire fm ship to ship (and ship to shore and vice versa !!) in the original Fred T. Jane's rules ??? Browsing the matter I saw several sites and Mr. Cordery worked out a simplified version of the Janes' game but it is still not completely clear to me. For instance:
how long are the firing devices and how large ? wich are the measures of the ships silouhettes at the different distances (short, medium and long range) and where I could find 'em ?? Is there any good soul that has the patience to enlight me making an extensive firing example describing the firing devices too ????
Happy gaming and thank U in advance.
Francesco

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