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    Default Serbia: Nora B52 production floor

    Photos taken within the last few days...
    Its prohibited to take photos of the final product, so these are pics of some pre-assembly units from the factory floor in Belgrade suburb of Zeleznik.















    Final Product:

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    Its sad though...all of these babies are being produced for foreign customers, while the Serbia's own armed forces won't see them in use until at least 2010.

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    Cool pics, cheers serbPVO

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    I'm very happy that Serbia's war insdustry is once again gaining momentum.


    I know it will take some time, but the new NORA system, and the new version of the M84, will be in service with the Serbian Army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SerbPVO
    Its sad though...all of these babies are being produced for foreign customers, while the Serbia's own armed forces won't see them in use until at least 2010.
    Hmm. That is interesting.

    I heard Malaysia bought some, or that might be the French Cesar??.

    Do you know of the countries that bought the Nora?

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    I see they are producing some....so who is going to buy them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnyboy
    I see they are producing some....so who is going to buy them?
    Myanmar(Burma) bought 30 pieces last year,i think it`s for them.

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    As it seems the good old 130mm gun is used, a good choice imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SerbPVO
    Serbia's own armed forces won't see them in use until at least 2010.
    [*******black]Do you know why?[/COLOR]
    [*******black]Is it money thing or again some political bull... ??[/COLOR]
    [*******black] [/COLOR]
    [*******black]If Serbian Army hasn't got the money and these are made for others that actually pay in cash, well than thank God that there is some common business sense coming to [/COLOR][*******black]Serbia[/COLOR][*******black].[/COLOR]
    [*******black]Who is going to pay those workers salaries?[/COLOR]
    [*******black] [/COLOR]
    [*******black]But all in all nice to see that Serbian industry is exporting. Whatever it is.[/COLOR]
    [*******black] [/COLOR]
    [*******black]Thanks for the photos.[/COLOR]

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    Quote Originally Posted by -=P=-
    As it seems the good old 130mm gun is used, a good choice imo.
    The "Nora B-52" has a calibre of 155/52 mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACT
    I heard Malaysia bought some, or that might be the French Cesar??.
    Malaysia has plans to purchase the CAESAR. Thailand already has.

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    The Truck looks like the russian 'Kamaz'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SerbPVO

    Damn.. that "thing" is a monster! it reminds me the russians or germans supercanons from WW2

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    I love the idea of mounting a artie piece on a truck.

    Lets compare to the French Ceasar:
















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    As far as I see, the Cesar puts down some "thing" on the back side of the truck before firing. So does the cannon have to be straight where the truck is facing or can it be rotated?

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