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Post subject: Re: Chinese PLA and Soviet/Russian Naval GunsPosted: January 26th, 2016, 8:59 pm
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This is quite an interesting thread. I like the way Golly matches the weapons with their FCS systems, as Soviet cold war systems tend to be pretty specialized as far as weapons/FCS.

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Post subject: Re: Chinese PLA and Soviet/Russian Naval GunsPosted: January 28th, 2016, 1:35 am
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Golly, for some reason your AK-726 in particular just blows my mind. An exemplar of how the state of the Shipbucket art has advanced over the years.

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Post subject: Re: Chinese PLA and Soviet/Russian Naval Guns - Combined CIWPosted: March 16th, 2016, 8:14 pm
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As a small complement to all that has been done here:
I have started working on these a while ago, and while the Kashtan has improved a lot recently, I noticed that the current versions of the Palma/Palash were still lagging behind.
Since I have harmonized the complete series, I post that here in case it might be useful to someone:
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Obviously the Pantsir is provisional, as I worked from the available renderings and applied a measure of common-sense guesswork to adapt it to the existing versions.
If the different versions and their history are unclear (as well they may be), I can only recommend the two posts by user Triode in this C-MANO forum thread for explanations.

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