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And here is another joke. Joe Biden thinks those are 9 millimeter rounds. It will blow the lung out of a body.
 
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That’s a 155 mm….the BEST millimeter, no matter what the 10 mm guys say.🤣

And the ones we stored were nuclear. 120 lbs of GET OFF MY LAWN, at 1-9 miles away.
 

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That’s a 155 mm….the BEST millimeter, no matter what the 10 mm guys say.🤣

And the ones we stored were nuclear. 120 lbs of GET OFF MY LAWN, at 1-9 miles away.
Only 9 miles?

I'd heard the range was around 20 miles.

27 miles with base bleed.

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Only 9 miles?

I'd heard the range was around 20 miles.

27 miles with base bleed.

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That’s what they told us. I think the nukes are heavier than standard shells, which I know is 26-ish miles. But the Army will tell you all sorts of things…
 
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That’s a 155 mm….the BEST millimeter, no matter what the 10 mm guys say.🤣

And the ones we stored were nuclear. 120 lbs of GET OFF MY LAWN, at 1-9 miles away.
It's actually a 105mm round. You put the charge bags into that case and then set the shell on top of the case before you carry it over to the gun. I actually didn't pick one up right as a cadet and accidentally dropped the shell onto the ground during artillery orientation... :oops:

The 155 shells get loaded into the breech, and the charges get placed in behind them.
 

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It's actually a 105mm round. You put the charge bags into that case and then set the shell on top of the case before you carry it over to the gun. I actually didn't pick one up right as a cadet and accidentally dropped the shell onto the ground during artillery orientation... :oops:
Well rats….I guess that’s not the shell I’m talking about.


The 155 shells get loaded into the breech, and the charges get placed in behind them.
Yes they do.👍
 
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