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105-mm M7 Priest

Country of Origin: USA

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The M7 -- known as the Priest in the British army -- consisted of a built-up, angular hull on a U.S. M4 Sherman tank chassis. The hull had slab sides and a gun tub, called a "pulpit" in British service, mounted on the right side.

The M7 was the self-propelled version of the U.S. towed M101 gun and fires M1 high-explosive (HE), M413 and M444 HE with anti-personnel grenades (HE-APERS), M546 APERS with tracer, M548 rocket-assisted HE (HERA), M60 (WP) and M84 (HC) smoke, M60 (HD) and...

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