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    Default Re: Identify that Tank/Ship/Plane/Artillery etc

    Not sure I can get one so easy, I'll have a butchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhorse View Post
    I'll have a butchers.
    ???

    First try: Japanese Type 98 20mm AAG Tank with twin 20mm guns.

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    I'll have a butchers = local English slang (SE London, E London, Kent) for I'll have a look, originates from Cockney which in turn is influenced by a Kentish dialect.

    It's not Japanese. And they are smaller calibre than 20mm.

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    Mark V light tank with 15mm Besa's.
    'When people stop believing in God, they donít believe in nothing ó they believe in anything. '

    -Emile Cammaerts' book The Laughing Prophets (1937)

    Under the patronage of Nihil. So there.

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    'When people stop believing in God, they donít believe in nothing ó they believe in anything. '

    -Emile Cammaerts' book The Laughing Prophets (1937)

    Under the patronage of Nihil. So there.

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    Ford 3.ton M1918 tank. Has been posted before in Ye Olde Thread.

    EDIT: Good site with lots of detailed pictures: http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/...-WWI-Tank.html
    Last edited by Jagdpanzer; April 17, 2012 at 06:18 PM.

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    Damnit. One of these days we'll run out of military stuff to post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markas View Post
    Damnit. One of these days we'll run out of military stuff to post!
    Maybe.


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    Wow the Germans really put a 2cm Flak on a Universal Carrier?

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    Yes, name please.

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    2cm Flak38 auf Fahrgestell Bren?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhorse View Post
    2cm Flak38 auf Fahrgestell Bren?
    Close enough, 2cm Flak 30/38 auf Bren Carrier(e) is correct.

    Post whatever you like, I'm off to bed.

    More pics of the Flak Bren Carrier: http://beute.narod.ru/Beutepanzer/uk...iversal-AA.htm

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    The suspension of the Bren Carrier looks srewed up by the AA gun......
    They are not supposed to lean backward or is that a special design or something? lol
    Aure entuluva!

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    Jeep?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Vengur View Post
    Jeep?
    You have to think British.

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    Austin Champ?
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    Correct, the Austin Champ.

    I was speaking to some owners of that vehicle, one of the design tests was the vehicle had to be driven underwater, have the engine cut, then restarted, all underwater. Land Rover killed it however.

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