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    abbot

    Postwar British

    projects self-propelled guns

    Centurion tank chassis was used, and 25-pound

    (140 mm) gun. Nevertheless, the required standard NATO

    105 or 155 mm. As a result, the company Vickers in 1950

    Has 105-mm self-propelled gun Abbot (Abbot) for

    Equipping British Army of the Rhine. Fully

    Armored, Abbott served in the Royal Artillery before

    Substitutions

    American M-109 in the 80s. The vast

    Most English

    postwar combat vehicles, Abbott

    possessed combat power and reliability. One embodiment of

    Machines engineering modification was Abbott,

    comes to Indian Army without additional

    equipment (such as pontoons for transportation on water,

    night vision device and system for protection against weapons of mass

    Losses

    .

    Production:

    UK

    Crew:

    4

    weight:

    16,5 tons

    Dimensions:

    length 5.8 m, width 2.6 m, height 2.49 m

    Range:

    390 km (420 miles)

    Armor:

    6-1 mm 2

    Armament:

    152-mm gun, 7.62-mm anti-aircraft gun, 3 smoke

    grenade launcher

    Engine

    :

    6-cylinder diesel engine Rolls-Royce power

    240 liters. with.

    Ride quality:

    Max road speed 47.5 km / h; fording 1.2m;

    Fording wall to 0.6 m trench 2.1m

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