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you guys have definitely done your research. it's been awhile since I've found someone who could actually identify this particular Nod weapon. :)

well done

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The Mobile artillery which will be seen in "Classic mode" is based on the M110 Howitzer. Note the rear brace to assist in recoil, and the longer barrel than a newer G-6 Howitzer. This model was built by DamageINC.

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