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    Gecko Models British Army Scimitar Mk2 Cvr(T),Operation Cabrit, Estonia 35Gm0053 4892667350538

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    The FV107 Scimitar is a British tracked reconnaissance vehicle, sometimes classified as a light tank, from the post-war and modern era. The first vehicles of this type entered the line in the British Army in the 1970s. Initially, the drive was provided by a single Jaguar J60 engine, and now a Cummins 6BTA with 190 HP. The maximum speed on the road is 81 km / h. The armament currently consists of a single 30mm RARDEN cannon and one 7.62mm machine gun.
    The FV107 Scimitar was developed and manufactured at Alvis facilities in Coventry for use by the British Army. The vehicle is externally identical to the FV101 Scorpion, but has a different main armament (instead of the 76mm cannon, it has a 30mm cannon) and is also used primarily for reconnaissance and reconnaissance tasks. The FV107 Scimitar vehicles in the course of service underwent numerous modernizations, including replacement of drive units or improvement of electronic equipment. The main foreign recipients were Belgium (which withdrew the FV107 Scimitar from service in 2004) and now is Latvia. The FV107 Scimitar vehicles tOOk part in the Falklands War (1982), in the First and Second Persian Gulf Wars (1990-1991 and 2003).

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    Gecko Models British Army Scimitar Mk2 Cvr(T),Operation Cabrit, Estonia 35Gm0053 4892667350538

    The Fv107 Scimitar Is A British Tracked Reconnaissance Vehicle, Sometimes Classified As A Light Tank, From The Post-War And Modern Era. The First Vehicles Of This Type Entered The Line In The British Army In The 1970S. Initially, The Drive Was Provided By A Single Jaguar J60 Engine, And Now A Cummins 6Bta With 190 Hp. The Maximum Speed On The Road Is 81 Km / H. The Armament Currently Consists Of A Single 30Mm Rarden Cannon And One 7.62Mm Machine Gun.

    The Fv107 Scimitar Was Developed And Manufactured At Alvis Facilities In Coventry For Use By The British Army. The Vehicle Is Externally Identical To The Fv101 Scorpion, But Has A Different Main Armament (Instead Of The 76Mm Cannon, It Has A 30Mm Cannon) And Is Also Used Primarily For Reconnaissance And Reconnaissance Tasks. The Fv107 Scimitar Vehicles In The Course Of Service Underwent Numerous Modernizations, Including Replacement Of Drive Units Or Improvement Of Electronic Equipment. The Main Foreign Recipients Were Belgium (Which Withdrew The Fv107 Scimitar From Service In 2004) And Now Is Latvia. The Fv107 Scimitar Vehicles Took Part In The Falklands War (1982), In The First And Second Persian Gulf Wars (1990-1991 And 2003).