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#HG4705 - British M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - A Troop, 22nd Battery, 24th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Anzio, May 1944 (1:72 Scale)

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US M7 Priest Self-Propelled Gun - A Battery, 231st Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 6th Armored Division, Western Front, 1944
US M7 Priest Self-Propelled Gun - A Battery, 231st Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 6th Armored Division, Western Front, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
Free French M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - "Uranus", French 2nd Armored Division, France, July 1944
Free French M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - "Uranus", French 2nd Armored Division, France, July 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
British M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 11th Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery, 1st Armoured Division, El-Alamein, Egypt, 1942
British M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 11th Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery, 1st Armoured Division, El-Alamein, Egypt, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - Minnesota, A Company, 399th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 8th Armored Division, Bohemia, Spring 1945
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - "Minnesota", A Company, 399th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 8th Armored Division, Bohemia, Spring 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
British M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - A Troop, 22nd Battery, 24th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Anzio, May 1944
British M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - A Troop, 22nd Battery, 24th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Anzio, May 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 68th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, Nettuno, Anzio Beachhead, February 1944
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 68th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, Nettuno, Anzio Beachhead, February 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 68th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, Nettuno, Anzio Beachhead, February 1944
US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 2nd Armored Division, Sicily, July 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.
   
 
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