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M7 Priest

CountryUSA
TypeSelf-propelled gun
ManufacturerAmerican Locomotive Company
ProducedApril 1942–July 1945

Photo gallery on a M7 Priest, officially Designated under the name of 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7, the M7 Priest is a self-propelled gun produced during the Second world War by the United States. Priest is the nickname given by the British, due to the fact that the machine gun placed on a rail gave the impression that the tank was equipped with a chair. It was as a result of the Bishop English and they referred to him formally 105mm SP Priest. (The british loved to give names in relation to the religion to their self-propelled guns (Priest = priest Bishop = bishop, Sexton = sexton), a tradition that lasted until the 1960s with the Abbot (abbot).)

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Technical characteristics : Équipage : 7 Longueur : 6,02 m Largeur : 2,87 m Hauteur : 2,95 m Masse au combat : 22 970 kg Blindage : coque:51 mm avant Armement principal : Howitzer 105 mm M2A1 (69 obus) Armement secondaire : 1 Mitrailleuse Browning M2 de 12,7 mm (300 balles) Moteur : Wright (Continental) R975 C1 400 ch (299 kW) Suspension : ressorts verticaux en spirales Vitesse sur route : 40 km/h (24 en tout terrain) Puissance massique : 17,4 ch/tonne Autonomie : 193 km

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