In those vids the guns don't appear to be stabilized, such as one the M1 or Challenger. Is this correct?
The 106th Guards Airborne Division held exercises not far from the village of Khomyakovo near Tula, in central Russia. Watch this RIA Novosti video to see footage of fighter-plane performance and flying fighting vehicles.
I wonder if this have some relation to what some former east German tankers reported, that in their T-72M/M1's, stabilization running longer than approx 1 hour would overheat and shut down, same with other T-72 versions?
I doubt, but it would be good to know from someone being Russian.
March 12, 2012. TV Zvezda. Russia, Torzhok. The 344th Center for Combat Training and Re-qualification of Army Aviation Staff. No comments.