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M114A1 w/75mm Recoilless
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Any body know anything about recoilless rifles on Lingles?

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Mark,
Why do you say 75mm? That one looks much larger and has a spotting rifle attached. Is it not a "106"? (OK, "105")

I've never seen an RR on an M114 anywhere but on that site, but it's clearly genuine.

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The photographer said 75mm. They all look alike to me. Personally I would have thought it was 106.

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The photographer said 75mm. They all look alike to me. Personally I would have thought it was 106.


Mark,
When I view the site, it says "106mm" for me in caption...(last pic on page)

www.orfmax.net/FirstSquadron.htm

"M114 Reconnaissance Vehicle with a mounted 106mm recoilless rifle and a .50 caliber machine gun."


This is from the page that I'd posted to Joe about the searchlight on the M60A1. Have you found it posted elsewhere?

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That is the M40, 106mm RR. The 75mm is far shorter and did not have the M8 cal.50 Spotter Rifle as this RR seems to have.

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Thanks Dontos! If anyone knows the 106 it's you

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Note how high up the .50 cal is mounted. What's up with that?

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Thanks Dontos! If anyone knows the 106 it's you


Thank you for that.

With no actual operational experience with the RR system, my 'experience' is more of a mere hobby. But having dealt with only 6 106's, my ID ability is perhaps a little more advanced.

But with that said, I could be wrong. Rolling Eyes


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