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THIS IS MY ENTRY FOR THE SMOKE A COLA WW2 TANK COMPETITION ITS IS A VARIANT FROM MY FIRST ONE AND THIS HAS NEW HATCHES AND GUNS AND WEAPONS. FOR THE JUDGES: PLEASE DON'T JUDGE IT FOR THE PHOTO CLERICAL COS I AM NEW TO PHOTOGRAPHY AND I AM FRANKLY RUBBISH. ALSO THE YELLOWY BLOBS ARE THE MINIFIGS The Churchill Crocodile was a British flame-throwing tank of late Second World War. A variant of the Tank, Infantry, Mk VI (A22) Churchill Mark VII, although the Churchill Mark IV was initially chosen to be the base vehicle. It was introduced as one of the specialised armoured vehicles developed under Major-General Percy Hobart. It was produced from October 1943, just in time for the Normandy invasion 13th Troop C squadron 141 RAC "saw action on the first day. Eight hundred were produced by conversion of existing tanks. The conversion kit consisted of the trailer, an armoured pipe fitted along the underside of the tank, and the projector, which replaced the hull mounted Besa machine gun. The Crocodile was therefore still able to function as a gun tank with its turret mounted Ordnance QF 75 mm gun. Four hundred gallons of fuel and the compressed nitrogen propellant, enough for eighty one-second bursts, were stored in a 6 ton detachable armoured trailer towed by the Crocodile. The thrower had a range of up to 120 yards some sources quote 150 yards. THANKS FOR READING
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  October 24, 2010
realy cool dude love the canon.hey dude i have tank also if you can see and comment
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  October 8, 2010
Nice work! In response to your answer, I use soldiers from the RES-Q theme, launched in 1998! ^^
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  September 16, 2010
Quoting Rodney McKay nice job, no great job, hey what would you use for lights for a stargate? LED's?
no i mean like when it comes online use the green or blue light pieces
  September 15, 2010
nice job, no great job, hey what would you use for lights for a stargate? LED's?
 
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