Sea Master 1:700

SM-700-033

British 16in/45 (40.6 cm) Mark I (9psc)

Used on British battleships Nelson and Rodney

SM-700-035

British 4.7in/40 (12 cm) QF Mark VIII (16pcs)

Used on following warships: battleships HMS Nelson, HMS Rodney, aircraft carrier HMS Courageous (1928), HMAS Albatross (1928), HMS Adventure (M23)

SM-700-012

British 5,25in (133mm) QF Mark I barrels (16pcs) - King George V, Dido and Vanguard classes

Used in King George V battleship class, Dido classes & Vanguard battleship

SM-700-034

British 6in/50 (15.2 cm) BL Mark XXII (12pcs)

Used on British battleships Nelson and Rodney

SM-700-032

France 100 mm/45 (3.9in) Model 1930 (12pcs)

Used on French battleships Richelieu and Jean Bart. Also on French cruiser Algerie

SM-700-031

France 152 mm/55 (6in) Model 1930 (9pcs)

Used on French battleships Richelieu and Jean Bart. Also on French light cruiser Emile Bertin, French La Galissonniere class cruiser. Intended for French cruiser De Grasse

SM-700-030

France 380 mm/45 (14.96in) Model 1935 barrels - for turrets with blastbags (8pcs)

Used on French battleships Richelieu and Jean Bart. Intended for projected French battleships (Gascogne and Alsace classes)

SM-700-029

France 380 mm/45 (14.96in) Model 1935 barrels - for turrets without blastbags (8pcs)

Used on French battleships Richelieu and Jean Bart. Intended for projected French battleships (Gascogne and Alsace classes)

SM-700-025

German 20,3cm/60 (8in) SKC/34 (8pcs) - Admiral Hipper, Blucher, Prinz Eugen

Used on German cruisers Admiral Hipper, Blucher and Prinz Eugen

SM-700-023

German 28cm/52 (11in) SKC/28 (6pcs) - Lutzow (ex-Deutschland), Admiral Scheer, Admiral Graf Spee

Used on German pocket battleships Lutzow (ex-Deutschland), Admiral Scheer and Admiral Graf Spee

SM-700-024

German 28cm/54,5 (11in) SKC/34 (9pcs) - Scharnhorst, Gneisenau

Used on German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau