CFS Macro Ho-Ni Propelled Gun Version A WWII Ground
CFS Macro Ho-Ni Self-Propelled Gun CFS Version of a WWII ground vehicle. The Ho-Ni was an Japanese self-propelled gun of the Second World War. It was built by mounting the 75 mm Howitzer on the chassis of a Type 97 medium tank Chi-Ha. The Imperial Japanese Army need to supplement their tank divisions with artillery led to a need for SPGs, subsequently, the Type 97s chassis were utilized by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to manufacture nearly a hundred self-propelled guns, consisting primarily of 75mm guns. Crew. 5 Weight. 14, 7 ton Length. 5, 52m Width. 2, 33 Height. 2, 39m Max. Speed. 38km h Engine. Diesel Armament. 75 mm type 97 cannon Armor. 50mm I have created this api macro with Easy Object Designer (EOD), Version 2. 2. 85 (Matthias Br ckner), to generate the static Ho-Ni self-propelled
Show more... gun, with use of BMP transparent textures, oriented to CFS scenery designers and that they work with Airport 2. 0 or later. This macro was tested only in CFS1 sceneries, but I believe that can work without problems in CFS2-3 and FS2000-2002. All mine API macros, could be included on objects libraries with crash detection (for CFS missions), but must be distributed with the original API-MACRO copyright. Edmundo Abad Santiago-Chile May 2011 Show less...