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You couldn't straighten out those barrels? Looks like a tornado tore through the motor pool!
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Ah, with the advanced 'shoot round corners' barrel modifications :mrgreen:
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More like self-neutering barrels...
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Deleted duplicate.
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Before I work on the barrels, I wanted to read your comments. Thank you.
Actually, sometimes some really nice humorous comments.
I’ll work on those.
Just got back from FL. A storm hit while there.
Chris

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Great work on all your ships and armor Chris!

I'm going to post a pic of the Stryker MGS with a bent barrel and call it a tank just to see which part will drive PG crazier!
Time on the recce is time well spent!

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redleg wrote:
Mon Jul 12, 2021 10:58 am
I'm going to post a pic of the Stryker MGS with a bent barrel and call it a tank just to see which part will drive PG crazier!
:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re-task VAB 6x6 with 20 mm to VAB twin 20 AA, hull is GHQ, a kitbash.
I need to add some paint, large pictures show flaws.

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Nice work Chris!
Time on the recce is time well spent!

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Stryker with a bent barrel... Straight or bent, just as useless. Use it for Stryker baseball.
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Thank you Redleg.
PG, what Stryker? Or what bent barrel? On the VABs?
Chris

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As always Chris - great camo work!

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Boxers

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Patria AMV and XA-203

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Patria twin 120mm mortar system and ADS (pronounced “aids”).

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Nice work, Chris! That's a lot of micro armor goodness! Gotta love the mortars!!
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Only a few new painted, mixed some that have been deployed previously.
Getting ready for a significant operation.
Chris

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