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Reworking of WW2 shells for Bofors gun on US Gunships

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Reworking of WW2 shells for Bofors gun on US Gunships

Post by Ghost from above » Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:04 pm

Article about reworking WW2 shells with new components for the bofors gun on the AC-130U.
What next Spitfires and Mustangs requisitioned for front line service (tongue in cheek)

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Re: Reworking of WW2 shells for Bofors gun on US Gunships

Post by page_verify » Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:26 pm

Is the AC-130U actually still firing enough on missions to need new new weapons? Read around for comments from its crews and you’ll see frustration that it spends most of it’s time now as a manned camera drone.

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