Turret mounted Mortar
Gabriele wrote:There was a time in which it was common in british armour too. In fact, i seem to remember that's where the Israelis picked up the habit, although i might be wrong
mr.fred wrote:multi-barrelled smoke launchers (i.e. not a mortar)
Lord Jim wrote:remanufactured form refurbished Leopard 2s for what is in the budget for the CR2 CEP
ArmChairCivvy wrote:Poland got close to that for euro 5 mln a piece... what was the exchange rate again?
Lord Jim wrote:Challenger2 upgrade if done by the user.
RetroSicotte wrote:Poland got awful quality ex-2A4s that they absolutely regret buying though. Their Leo fleet is an absolute shambles of mismatching variants [...] Wouldn't use theirs as a comparison.
Gabriele wrote:Soldier magazine notes that the 60mm mortar can be operated from inside the turret. Cool, but i'm guessing that's while it is loaded, then someone has to reload from outside for obvious reasons.
Wonder how difficult it would be to retrofit the mortar that the israeli Merkava uses, which is breech loaded from inside.
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