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Looking at cannons while my wife is shopping. I am guessing our cannon people will know this quickly. So what is it?
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Here is one I found in a guys yard on a back road in Enterprise Miss a few year back. It had Christmas light on it. It came from the VFW and his widow wouldn't sell and now I glad she didn't. It was a French 155.
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This is one I seen recently, is it easier? They were working on this cannon. For a hint, What is that in the background?

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Without see the rest of the photo its either a British Mark V, French or early US tank but since we lagged behind with early tank production no telling.
 
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The tank is British, so the cannon should be a easy guess. So is there a tank reassembly video on line?
 

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Not CW so I really can't say. We need to keep the Weapons & Ammo forum to the CW pieces.
 
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