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Narwhal 20A (by Nexter) remotely operated naval ship cannon system

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Added by: coltsfan2007, 04-27-2013
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Nexter the French Defence company with its Narwhal Naval remote weapon systems is particularly designed for use in light ships with very high manoeuvrability for monitoring and close-in combat actions but may also be suitable for heavier tonnage ships. The effectiveness of the weapon is optimised by a stabilised sight associated with a fire-control system, while improving the operator's safety.

In its basic configuration, the NARWHAL consists of a gyrostabilised mounting armed with a 20 mm cannon, a day camera and a fire-control system which is remotely-contolled from a control panel enabling system operation, target acquisition and tracking and fire opening by the operator

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05-02-2013, 12:46 AM #74302
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i want one for my john boat
   
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04-27-2013, 10:06 PM #74165
   
finack
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Simply... Bad Ass!!

Every platoon leader should have one mounted on their Humvee's.
   
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