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M75/150-2 "Coalition" self-propelled artillery system . Developed on the chassis of the M70 MBT (you can see the rear end is facing forward), this SPG carries twin-gaged 150mm howitzers. The idea behind it is, that two smaller shells hitting at the same time deal more damage than a single big shell. And the coalition is capable of just that: Each gun has a different shell velocity, enabling the shells to hit the target at the same time. The vehicle itself houses the guns in a large superstructure on the opposite end of the chassis, with a large shovel-like-thing so it can dig in it's rear so it doesn't get blown away by the recoil of the guns. It also looks hella badass. . I'd also like to apologise for the weird background of my pictures, the model is simply too big to fit in my little white-paper-studio. PLEASE COMMENT, RATE AND VISIT MY HOMEPAGE!

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