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The Caproni Ca.313 was an Italian twin-engine reconnaissance bomber of the late-1930s.
Its variants were exported to several other countries.
Ca.312 An enhanced Ca.310 with inline engines.
A Ca.310 airframe with inline engines in place of previous radial engines.
Production Improved derivative of Ca.310 with inline engines.
Production Export-model Ca.313 for Sweden with 84 aircraft made and delivered in 3 batches.
Swedish Ca.313s were armed with one 13.2mm m/39 cannon in each wing root and had 8mm M/22’s in the turret and for the ventral gunner.
B 16A Bomber variant
Had an internal bomb capacity of 500 kg & external bomb capacity of 400 kg with a total capacity of 800 kg.
It was used as a dive bomber.
S 16A Reconnaissance variant
T 16A Torpedo variant
Due to bad workmanship they were never used as torpedo bombers but were converted to reconnaissance planes.
S 16B Designation for T 16’s converted to reconnaissance planes.
TP 16 Transport aircraft.
11.80 m (38 ft 8 in)
16.65 m (54 ft 7 in)
3.70 m (12 ft 2 in)
38.9 m2 (419 sq ft)
4,072 kg (8,977 lb)
5,672 kg (12,505 lb)
2 × Isotta Fraschini Delta R.C.35 I-DS , 545 kW (730 hp) each
430 km/h (268 mph, 233 kn)
1,700 km (1,050 mi, 910 nmi)
8,500 m (27,880 ft)
3 × 7.7 mm (.303 in) Breda-SAFAT machine guns
400 kg (882 lb) of bombs.
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