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Main Battle Tank, CV2055 "Winchester"

2,130 painworkshop  9 days ago

Winchester Main Battle Tank

The CV2055 Type 1 Main Battle Tank, also known as the Winchester MBT, is a Main Battle Tank operated by the British Army and Venoslavian Army.


Winchester Type 1, "Rui"

Designer: Peter Endersen, Hans Müller
Manufacturer: Royal Ordnance Factory, Kusa Advanced Systems, Rheinmetall GmbH.
First Reveal: 6th October 1992
Variants: see variants
Operators: see operators


Appearance

The CV2055 Winchester is similar in appearance with the Challenger II Main Battle Tank, although with a better fire control system, ballistic computer, rangefinder, night and thermal vision, and protection.

Armament

The Winchester's main armament is an`OQF-22 130mm L/62 Smoothbore Gun' with autoloader.

Secondary armaments include a GPMG on top of the Commander's hatch, a 12.7mm HMG mounted on a Rafael Defense Systems CROWS, and a coaxial 7.62 Machine Gun.

Operators

Current operators of the Winchester MBT is the British Armed Forces and Royal Venoslav Armed Forces, with the Deutsches Ubersreich and Thailand showing interest.


Controls

ag1 turns on the engine, use pitch and yaw to drive

ag2 turns on the headlights

ag3 enables turret controls, roll to traverse and trim to elevate

ag4 enables RCWS controls, it's the same as the turret

ag5 enchances the gun reticle brightness

ag6 activates main turret night sight


Credits Page

Thank you to @BoganBoganTheWoman, @FairFireFight, and @NirvashTec for testing and evaluation of the vehicle, I can't thank these figures enough as they guide me into making the specifications of this vehicle realistic.

thanks mates!

that is all, enjoy this build of mine, and see you next time.

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General Characteristics

  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 19.7ft (6.0m)
  • Length 51.3ft (15.6m)
  • Height 17.5ft (5.3m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 56,051lbs (25,424kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 439,839.3lbs/ft2 (2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 12163

Parts

  • Number of Parts 2633
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    This one is awesome.The details are very reductive.It's worth recommending.

    20 hours ago
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    45.9k Phantomium

    @painworkshop I did notice the turret tries to stabilize but yeah, the gyro is probably too weak. What ends up happening is, the turret gets stuck on something and starts rotating with the hull after a short period of trying to remain in place.

    7 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @Viper_Z3R0 thanks!

    8 days ago
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    5,153 Viper_Z3R0

    This looks similar to my Predator I tank I have and I love it!

    8 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @metaphysicalgnome I've got too much time on my hands😅

    +1 9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @Phantomium ah, i forgot to scale the vehicle... (again...) , sorry for the mistake, I'll try to keep the size realistic for my next builds.
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    and about the 2-plane stabilizer, i think the gyro isn't powerful enough, it works fine on my device, but i think it's probably because the physics gap between android and pc which probably what made it fail

    9 days ago
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    45.9k Phantomium

    Very nice and all but... this thing is ginormous. Quite literally. While a normal tank is anywhere from 3 - 4 m in width, this one is 6 m wide. Length too seems to be way overboard (16 m vs 10 m).

    Other than that, the detailing is fantastic. I think it was supposed to have a two-plane stabilizer (which doesn't really work) but I'll pretend it wasn't.

    9 days ago
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    419 Astro12

    2600 + parts? Ooh it is very hard

    9 days ago
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    H O W D I D Y O U M A K E T H I S O N A N D R O I D

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @MAHADI thanks!

    9 days ago
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    109k MAHADI

    very well detailed!

    9 days ago
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    9,566 GRECHAN

    @painworkshop np, it's nice to see new talented guys!

    9 days ago
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    Finally a tank with no custom mods lol

    9 days ago
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    OwO

    9 days ago
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    9,243 LucasNicky

    @painworkshop Got it

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @Sanaba aye, thanks!

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @BubbleLukasie those are actually NERAs, Non-Explosive Reactive Armour, a composition of a few hard metal and ceramic, but the idea is the same as an ERA, to increase crew protection against incoming shells
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    but yeah, this variant is made for urban symmetrical warfare

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @GRECHAN @Aldriech i originally built this on my previous Redmi Note 2, but the build was halted because i dropped my phone by accident.
    luckily for me, i backed the build up a few hours back so i decided to continue the build after i got my current phone, a Redmi 9
    that may explain the delay but i honestly don't know how my half-a-decade old phone can handle such immense part count.
    but as it is possible running 2500 parts on this phone, I'll try to continue maintain the build quality.
    thanks for the upvote by the way!

    +1 9 days ago
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    6,623 Sanaba

    Specialy you in android

    9 days ago
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    6,623 Sanaba

    This is really pain to made, i apreciate it!

    9 days ago
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    2,103 Aldriech

    @painworkshop you're welcome but h o w did you manage to make this in android? Very detailed and good build by the way!

    9 days ago
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    9,243 LucasNicky

    Goood
    these ERA's are fit for urban warfare right?

    9 days ago
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    9,566 GRECHAN

    which android device pulled 2000 parts ???

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @Aldriech thank you :)

    9 days ago
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    2,130 painworkshop

    @Frenchguyn666 thank you!

    9 days ago
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