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WW II U-Boat
During WWII the U-boat was Germany's main naval attack. This is an example of the type IX U-boat. These had an elongated second level that had an anti-aircraft machine gun. On the main part of the bridge is the entrance hatch and movable up/down periscope. The main deck forward the bridge is a 5 inch deck gun and anti-sub net cutter. Behind the bridge is sometimes another machine gun. There are four torpedo tubes forward and two aft along with a mine layer. The name U-701 does not have anything to do with the real U-boat, its just my address number. Believe it or not I was intending to build a plane, when an idea popped in my head( when I was smaller I was always attempting to create a U-boat, but only had "blocks" and never liked the way they looked) I could use these pieces to build a U-Boat! And instantly became excited!
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  August 14, 2014
Dude!! come see my new U-boat!! The type VIIB!
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  January 9, 2012
Cool u-boat dude very nice good job:)
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  October 14, 2011
Cool. I like the string effects.
_ Dinos4Ever _
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Manthan Dutta
  October 1, 2010
WOW. Really AWESOME.
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  March 22, 2010
I remember reading in the U-505 Exhibit in Cicago (where I'm from) that the deck gun that was replaced by the snorkal mechenism was a number with a '5' in it. I think it was 105mm.
  March 21, 2010
the deck gun is not 5 inch, its either 88, 103 or 105mm the latter being around 4.13 inches. other than that...its a lot of detail for a small MOC. I'm impressed and I like it.
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  October 29, 2009
Heck Yah! If it hadn't been for Hitler, my family would be rich!
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  October 29, 2009
Quoting Architect of Mythica Excellent replica! I've actually been inside one of these (in real life) - the U-505 at the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry.
Yah, I live in a suburb of Chicago, and the U-505 is my favorite exhibit at the museum.
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  June 5, 2009
Wow, this is very good. I have a model kit of the IX/c Class. But its tiny. You could make a version of U-534,one of 4 surviving u boats.
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  June 4, 2009
Yeah this is your best creation, very nice design.
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  April 28, 2009
This is one cool sub. I really like it.
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  April 22, 2009
AWESOME!
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  April 14, 2009
germans declared war on México (my country) by sinking an oil ship, an oil ship? what had that oil sjip done to them? nothing, nazis were bad (and everyone knows it)
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  March 26, 2009
What alot of people do not know is that German U-boats were really close to American soil. HOw close? you might ask, and I'll tell you, about off the coast of Florida. What does that tell you? Good thing it only came that close.
  March 15, 2009
Nicley done... really captures the essence of the gray wolves.
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  March 11, 2009
I had the same problem. my computer would crap out right in the middle of sending the request, so i started dropping the size to 800 X 600 and it works great now!!
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  March 10, 2009
I love it!! You don't hardly see any subs at all. Very original, I would like to more in this line. :)
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  March 9, 2009
I considered making one of these things, but it seems you beat me to it.
 
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