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<br> With all this in mind, I suggest that we explore adding an optional type field to the JSON format. The field of view is 140 degrees, which captures quite a bit of action to the sides. Since there is ammunition on both sides of the turret, both the commander and gunner can manually load the cannon if the situation calls for it. Due to the highly cluttered fighting compartment and the very large distance from the upper glacis armour to the ammunition mounted to the wall (more than two meters), the ammunition has a very good chance of avoiding any damage whatsoever. The commander can freely access the shells clipped to the wall at the back of the fighting compartment. The conformal fuel tank at the rear of the fighting compartment can be seen in the background. All of the stowage spaces on the engine compartment bulkhead. The photo below, for example, is the same view taken from the same angle, but it is clear that the engine compartment bulkhead is completely obscured behind the stabilizer components underneath the cannon and behind the seats of the commander and gunner. Eight shells can be stowed on the engine compartment bulkhead, on top of the conformal fuel tank behind the autoloader carousel. This w as created by GSA Content Generat or Demoversion.<br>
<br> The gunner can easily access the shells clipped to the side of the hull, but only if the turret is turned slightly to the left. The clips that secure them to the turret ring can be seen in The Challenger’s video review of a Czechoslovakian T-72M1 tank. This is the same one as seen in the photo above, to the right of the carousel cover trapdoor. The “ashtrays” can be seen in the photo below, but the diagrams from the manuals are much more useful. The circular “ashtrays” at the back of the carousel at either side of the trapdoor are where the shells and propellant charges are placed upright. More shells and propellant charges are stowed on top of the carousel cover. The two pairs of shells and propellant charges stowed on the racks on the carousel cover are located behind the commander’s seat. Some of the propellant charges and shells are clipped to the cover, and others are placed vertically and clipped to the turret ring. This shell may obstruct the driver from moving to the gunner’s position, or the gunner from pulling the driver out of the tank through the turret. Thanks to the lack of a turret basket on the T-72 turret, the commander can simply swing the backrest of his seat out of the way, unclip one of the shells, and then bring it up to the cannon to ram it in.<br>
<br> The main ergonomic issue with the arrangement is that the large ammo box for the coaxial machine gun is in the way, so the commander has to lean underneath it unless the turret is turned to the left. Get ready for a wild ride as we dive deep into what makes 777 a worthy slot machine for punters all over the world to get their hands on. Screw the hard drive into the bracket, ufabet ฝากถอนไม่มีขั้นต่ำ then put the bracket back into its slot in the case. He can then lean down and extract one of the propellant charges from the conformal fuel tank behind the autoloader carousel. Above you can see some of the settings, including the 1600p video option. These racks can accommodate all ammunition types, including missiles as the drawing on the right shows (taken from a T-72B manual). The screenshot below gives us a good view of the ammunition from the driver’s perspective, so while it may appear that a shell penetrating the hull armour would seriously jeopardize the ammo, this is not necessarily the case. This gives you far more potential for some handsome wins.<br><br>This has been generat ed with t he help of GSA Content Generator Demoversi on.<br>
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