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dadlamassu
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Yes I mean a mortar cycle.

Anyone have any idea who made it and if it worked? Or is it a photoshop effort?
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Russian M-72 (82mm mortar) apparently: https://www.google.com/search?q=motorcy ... AnoECA0QBA
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hanks - apparently 4 of them in a motorcycle recce battalion.
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Someone, I think Shellhole Scenics, does both moving and firing versions in 20mm. I have a model of the firing version, which turned up in a box of surplus goodies received in the mail from another wargamer.

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Thanks, David, but I'm not thinking of adding them to a Russian Force that has lain dormant for 25 years. Mind you - maybe if I see one at a show?
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I think this or similar photo is in one of (my copies of) Steven Zaloga books on Red army of USSR?
But I also have many of David M. Glantz books on Red Army so I could be mistaken!!
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CarlL wrote: 13 Jan 2020, 15:23 I could be mistaken!!
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You don't say Carl ;) ... :lol:

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CarlL wrote: 13 Jan 2020, 15:23 I could be mistaken!!
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Isnt that your normal state Carl ? :D
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ianrs54 wrote: 14 Jan 2020, 08:47
Isnt that your normal state Carl ? :D
Ah Ian, you've met Carl then I take it? :lol: :lol:

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