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M7 Priest

This set includes 6 superbly detailed 12mm/1:144 scale tanks and a decal sheet.

The 105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 was an American self-propelled gun vehicle produced during World War II. It was given the official service name 105 mm Self Propelled Gun, Priest by the British Army due to the pulpit-like machine gun ring, and following on from the Bishop and the contemporary Deacon self-propelled guns.

Crew 7
Armament 4.1 in (105 mm) M2A1 howitzer Cal.50 (12.7 mm) M2 HMG
Ammunition 
69 rounds (105 mm) 300 rounds (12.7 mm)
Speed 24 mph (39 km/h) road 15 mph (24 km/h) off-road
Range 120 mi (193km)
Armour 16mms - 22mms

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Dario
Another great model

Mid-early production type (cast transmission housing but m3-type bogies), I'd have preferred to have the crew compartment floor without holes for the crew (and with detail of the gun emplacement) but it's not too difficult to fix that. For a later type track units from M4a3 or M10 or Sexton can be used: the crew is amazing.

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M. Scharinger
British version?

Hello, do you plan to make British crew for the tank, because they was used by seven Field regiment until august 44

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Dario
Another great model

Mid-early production type (cast transmission housing but m3-type bogies), I'd have preferred to have the crew compartment floor without holes for the crew (and with detail of the gun emplacement) but it's not too difficult to fix that. For a later type track units from M4a3 or M10 or Sexton can be used: the crew is amazing.

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M. Scharinger
British version?

Hello, do you plan to make British crew for the tank, because they was used by seven Field regiment until august 44

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