You'll laugh at that when you find out what it is
Nope. It's a rifle.
I have a feeling that it's a BB gun or air rifle.
Is it a sniper rifle?
"Next to a battle lost,the saddest thing is a battle won"
Field Marshall Sir Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, Waterloo 1815
Nopes, just a rifle, not quite a BB gun or air rifle, its for plinking and target shooting, maybe match shooting.
Nice gun to shoot, I intend to buy one.
But but but but!
C15TA. Or something similar.
EDIT: It's similar. But C15TA have the door open to the back, not to front.
It also lack a MG mount.
It's the GM Otter LRC.
The canuck insignia gave it away very fast.
Last edited by KnightsTemplar; April 28, 2012 at 02:03 PM.
For this siege, James took a large number of cannon imported from Flanders. On 3 August, he was attempting to fire one of these cannons, known as "the Lion", when it exploded and killed him.
Maybe the gun was secretly in league with the English!
'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.
That Otter, the building looks familiar, would it be the one in the HOP FARM 2 MINUTES UP THE ROAD FROM ME would it? -.-'
Hell of a lot of Canadian/British vehicles in the Netherlands, I hope XXX Corps didn't receive any fines
You can see a Polsten 20mm quad-gun on the right side of the picture and a German Molch midget submarine in the background. There's also a British Archer tank destroyer, a Conger minesweeper carrier, a bren gun carrier, a 6pdr AT gun and a 17pdr AT gun behind the otter and the soldier but you can't really see them.
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