• Downloadable File Size:
7.66 M (approx.)
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• Uploaded on: 1/23/07
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Poser 4 and above
• File Format: Poser This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/ or other Poser files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
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This Poser model of American M7 Priest self-propelled gun, so named because of the pulpit style mounting of it`s machine gun, is historically accurate and totally animatable.
It has been scaled to fit the standard Poser figures, and features a vast array of moving parts, all linked by ERC from the main body tab.
Fully working tracks, which are controlled individually left and right from dials on the body tab, or together, both forwards and backwards. All the wheels are already linked to turn in time to the tracks.
All hatches open and close, including the driver and engine hatches, as well as the side flaps. The bolts for the side flaps are also moveable.
The Browning machine gun can rotate, traverse and elevate, and the whole machine gun and ammo boxes can be made invisible to be replaced by the fully animatable belt fed Browning included with Poser 7.
All parts of the main gun are linked by ERC and controls are on the body tab. Elevating the gun will also turn the elevation wheel, opening the breech will move the breech handle, and the gun also has the ability to move backwards in the recoil when firing.
Many other moving parts, as well as the ability to remove all the props and tools, make this model easy to use and very versatile.
The 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 was an American self-propelled artillery vehicle produced during World War II. It was given the official nickname Priest in British service, due to the pulpit like machine gun ring and following on from the Bishop self propelled gun, the full designation when in British service was 105mm SP, Priest. This developed into a tradition of naming self-propelled guns after ecclesiastic titles with the Sexton and Abbot.
A total of 3,490 M7`s were built and they proved to be reliable weapons, continuing to see service in the U.S. and allied armies well past World War II. They saw service in the North African campaign, Italy, the allied invasion of Normandy, as well as in the Pacific, and also later in Korea and the Arab-Israeli conflicts. They were still in use in Vietnam by the South Korean forces fighting alongside the American and South Vietnamese forces.
Textures: All objects in the package are UV Mapped and textured.
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Extremely well detailed tank, it makes you feel as if you are actually operating it, I especially like the recoil function on the gun, this really adds another touch of reality when you let the big one go!! A real good Attack/Defensive tank...