Posted 14 June 2009 - 12:10 AM
Please make sure your barrel does'nt look like this one when assembled. I know it is like that for a reason (easier to transport kit in back of Pick-up truck), but this "cock-eyed" one really stands out, no offence to the builder, nice work, but that bent barrel can be see a mile away. (correction, 44 km away)
EDIT: OO NOOO, I'm starting to "rivit-count" ! The two large ladders at the rear could never have been welded to the rail cars, they would have broken off the first time this Beast was moved, or were they removable during transport ?
On another note; as I started to do alittle research from the start of this thread, I've been starting to wonder about the structural integrity of those two rear cranes for the ammo. From a Safety point of view, they scare the crap out of me, I would'nt go near them during operation.
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