That is correct, +rep and your turn
Imperial Russian Monitor Smerch (Tornado). Built in 1863-65 in England, armed with a ram and two 9-inch guns. Hulked and renamed in 1904. Scrapped in 1959.
The flags were very helpful.
Correct, sorry about that with the flags.
Please please please tell me that's the first ever amphibious armoured vehicle.
It's an experimental Mark IX, please post the original picture, its one I'd like to add to the archive.
*It's also the first dedicated armoured personnel carrier
Last edited by Darkhorse; April 17, 2012 at 01:57 PM.
Correct, it's the Duck.
Source: http://www.amphibiousvehicle.net/amphi/P_P.htmlThe PIG mark IX (1917)
In 1919 one mark IX was made amphibious, they raised the cab and added flotation devices.
They called it "The Duck"
Designed as infantry supply vehicle for 10 000 kg carry cargo or 50 men.
But only 30 men fitted inside the 4000 mm long and 2450 mm wide cargo space.
The control handles mounted at the roof where not to be used as hand-held and
the open drive shaft that runs over the floor not as a seat.
Engine: 150 hp Ricardo gasoline in the front
Gearbox: in the rear
Speed: 6 km/h on a good day ;-)
Length: 9700 width: 2500 height: 2640 mm
Weight: 27 000 load 10 000 kg
Water propulsion: paddles mounted on the tracks
Crew: 4 ( commander, driver, mechanic, machine gunner)
and up to 30 men. Officially FIFTY men
Alternative source of pictures in Russian: http://talks.guns.ru/forummessage/36/207590-8.html
EDIT: As usual I cannot rep you.
All 3 guns please.
BONUS, All three character names.
M1911A1, Steyr MPi81, Browning Hi-Power.
Ray, Gene and Chris.
This thread is all about searching in the right places.
Gene Hunt is a legend.
Fair enough, IMBD is useful, but how'd you get Ashes to Ashes?
You looked through every TV series with a Browning Hi-Power in it didn't you.
Either that or Gene Hunt is a global celebrity, or Ashes to Ashes aired in the Netherlands.
I'm onto you....
I've noticed this thread hasn't got an Lince follow up detective story...
OO Is it the Ram Tower?
RAM 3.7in AA
Nice site about the Ram tank: http://www.ramtank.ca/
Click on Ram variant to find more pictures of the Ram AA Gun.
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