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August 7 2017 at 9:13 AM
Sean McAndrews  (Login seanmcandrews)
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Hi John,
I've got photos of the M1 formerly on display in front of the APG museum building that show those plates machined in place, meaning the surrounding area was cut back to result in this thicker area. On the same visit I made a point to check out the same area on their Grizzly breacher and this hull had the plates welded on. Assuming this was a later model hull so welded on vs. machined may have been a cost/time saving thing.


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