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Renault FT-17 Tank . Hello! Today we have a Renault M-17, often known as the FT-17. It was originally built as a machine-gun platform to support infantry in 1917. However, instead of a machinegun, it was given a short-barrelled 37mm cannon. The tank was very effective during the war. The Russians cloned it and called it the MS-1 Lenin, and Germany used captured units for troop training. The FT-17 was up-gunned with a short-barrelled 75mm howitzer and called the Renault BS. Many other upgraded versions were created during the war. . I really enjoyed building this MOC. I think that the FT-17 is a very interesting tank, and that it looks just as cool in Lego. That's it! If anyone can tell me what the 'duck tail' at the back is for that would be great. I have no idea! The turret on this was a very difficult build as I had never built a turret that small before. I think that the final version (2.0) turned out very well. Thanks for viewing and God bless!

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