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Article about: colt45 can you try and put your pics up again, they dont seem to be working.

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    colt45

    can you try and put your pics up again, they dont seem to be working.

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    they were not my pics, i don't have any... some put them on in my name?

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    Reg
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    I seem to remember seeing a churchill or the hulk of one at Warcop range! And I think there was a T34/85 somewhere on the FIBUA bit at Catterick. Used to love snooping round the old bits of kit on the ranges! usual suspects, Pigs, Ferets, Saracens etc...but the odd gem sometimes that I could never ID, wish Ild taken a few pics now.

    Reg

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    could be still there, you never know.

    would of been interesting to se pics of the vehicles before and after being on the range all that time.

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    sesh609
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    centurian

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    sturmhunter
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    thank's for posting these up ,some good range shots.
    Just out of intrest what type off gun,do you think,did the damage to the front of the t55?and what is the armored car a humber pig maybe but theres not much left )

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    Dean1962
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    The 5th tank in the series of photos on page one of this thread is a US M-47 Patton. the bottom picture looks like another one.

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    ian
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    thats not daimler armoured car its an alvis saladin

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    I think that for serious restorers, there is a section within the MOD that deals with the sale of range tanks and vehicles as they replace them as they become unservicable and are sent to the ranges. I do know that some restorers have been able to save certain tanks and used the hulks or parts thereof to replace the parts they need to complete a project.

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    some pics of churchills on uk ranges i've been trying to recover and restore one for a while but there seems to be a rule in place that stops any further recovery this will of course be lifted one day as these vehicles are part of british armoured heritage but until then i can only document and plan for a future recovery.
    one day i will get one

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