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M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243)

M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243) M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243)
includes two M74C turrets, two T50 turrets, four Tank Commander figures & one M113 Commander head sprue.

The Aussies quickly found that the commanders of their M113 armoured personnel carriers (‘buckets’ to the diggers that they carried) were far too exposed and began to acquire gun shields from the Americans.
These were soon supplemented with fully-enclosed M74C turrets mounting twin .30 calibre machine-guns.

The M113 M74C & T50 Turrets are available via Direct Sale in the online store only...
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The Vietnam War defined a generation, whether it was through service in Vietnam or opposition to the war. The war in Vietnam remains one the bloodiest wars since the Second World War.

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M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243) These cramped turrets were in turn supplemented with the larger T50 turret off the Cadillac-Gage Commando armoured car mounting paired .50 cal and .30 cal machine-guns.

Note: The M113 M74C & T50 Turrets blister pack does not include the M113; the M113 has to be purchased separately as part of the M113 Platoon box set.

Learn more about the M113 Platoon here…

Designed by Tim Adcock
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Contents of the M113 M74C & T50 Turrets Blister Pack
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M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243)
Description of Components
a. 1x M113 Driver head sprue.
b. 2x M113 T50 turrets.
c. 2x M113 T50 main guns.
d.
2x M113 T50 turret hatches.
e. 2x M113 M74C turrets.
f. 2x M114 M74C hatches.
g. 4x Vehicle commander figures.
Assembling The M113 T50 Turret
Step 1. Attach the main gun to the front of the turret ensuring that the shorter .30 cal MG is on the right-hand side. Step 2. Next, attach the hatch to the top of the turret.
Tip: When referring to left or right-hand side in regards to a Flames Of War miniature, the orientation is determined as if looking at the vehicle from the rear.
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Below: The hatch attached to the turret. Step 3. The T50 turret simply replaces the weapons turret of the stock M113.

Learn more to assembly the M113 here...
Below: The fully assembled M1113 complete with T50 turret.
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Adding A Vehicle Commander
Step 1. Attach the hatch in an open position. Step 2. Add the vehicle commander into the open hatch. Below: The M113 with T50 turret fully assembled complete with vehicle commander.
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Assembling The M113 M74C Turret
Step 1. Attach the M74C turret hatch to the rear of the turret.
Step 2. The M74C turret simply replaces the weapons turret of the stock M113.

Learn more to assembly the M113 here...
Below: The fully assembled M1113 complete with M74C turret.
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M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243)
Adding A Vehicle Commander
Step 1. Attach the hatch in an open position. Step 2. Add the vehicle commander into the open hatch. Below: The M113 with M74C0 turret fully assembled complete with vehicle commander.
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M113 M74C & T50 Turrets (VAN243)


Last Updated On Tuesday, May 14, 2013 by Blake at Battlefront