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HMT "Bulldog" with M100 artillery system
The M100 artillery system is is an international project aimed at developing a next-generation self-propelled artillery system for Montrovia and Tongoria.
About this creation
The vehicle platform is a HMT "Bulldog" all-terrain hauler vehicle.The M100 carries 20 130mm projectiles in the fully automatic magazine and an additional 20 projectiles for reload.General characteristics:
Length: 14.1 metres
Width: 3.0 metres
Height: 3.3 - 3.9 metres
Weight: 30 tonnes
Speed: 70 km/h
Range: ~500 km
Crew:2 (1 driver and 1 operator)
Armament: dual 130 mm howitzer, AD weapon system
Rate of fire: 8-9 rounds/min with MRSI (Multiple Round Simultaneous Impact) capability, which means that several shells are released in succession but hit the target simultaneously.
Range (of artillery fire): 30 km with standard shells, 40 km with base-bleed, 60 km with Excalibur
Protection level: can withstand small arms fire

The old bulldog tractor.

Equipped with an AD weapon system. It consists a .30 cal machinegun, an anti-tank rocket and an active-protection system.

From the side you can see how long it is.

Close up on the M100 artillery system.

Stabilizing legs down. Ready to fire.

In firing position.

Showing it from another angle.

The HMT's biggest advantage, the versatility.

Turned into loading position. The turret can be reloaded under 3 minutes from the vehicle.



Comments

 I like it 
  October 16, 2012
I have to repeat what Cook said: "I can't believe I never saw this before". This is a really well thought out transportation system. I was looking at the cargo and bridge layer versions as well. This is "outside the box" thinking, and I really like it. Futuristic without being silly. Just tough, powerful, and practical. Also very well photographed. Attack!
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  December 3, 2011
I cant believe i didnt see this before, so pretty...
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  July 17, 2011
Love the treds and the gun on back, the muzzel on the barles are very realistic. This should have so many more likes on it.
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  July 1, 2011
Very cool, almost a combination of a Russian artillery (which sometimes has 2 guns) and the European Archer system. Really cool, and the loading device is also well thought. If you haven't done already would you want to comment on my latest creation, because I want to know what other good builders think of it :P
 I like it 
  June 28, 2011
Those cannons are beastly. 5/5!
Matthew Sylvan
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Evan Melick
  June 27, 2011
Nice stuff. The front could use a tad bit of reshaping IMO, but overall looks like a nice and effective artillery system.
Matthew Sylvan
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Paperweight .
  June 27, 2011
Nice job! I'll trade 400 LV-64s for 400 M100 artillery systems.(No Bulldog)
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  June 27, 2011
Very nice cannons!
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  June 27, 2011
very cool!
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  June 27, 2011
Wow, this is crazy awesome!! :P
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  June 27, 2011
That is awesome Matthew! We will add many of these to our arsenel!
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  June 27, 2011
It looks so wonderfully awesome, with all the detail, and the shape. It doesnt seem as menacing without the longer barrel, and auto feature. Its true that it would overheat, but modern militaries have produced accurate automaticc cannons that work fine. Of cource they dont fire 10 rounds a second, so I reposted it with 1 round a second.
 
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