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Night at the museum
A Churchill, a Leo, a DAF and a Trojan
Open Monuments Day - touring the grounds
ONE ZERO ZEROWelcome to the 100th video on the channel! As mentioned during the video, to celebrate the occasion, we're hosting a small giveaway. How to enter? Simple, be a subscriber to the channel and post a comment to this video where you share your favorite tank. After one week I will select one random entry. The lucky winner will receive a brand new copy of the book "Leopard 1 Forty-five years of Service 1969 to 2014" by Patrick Winnepenninckx. I purchased this book myself so this is not a sponsored video. Competition is open to everyone except the Gunfire volunteers. Winner will be announced in the next video after which I will get in touch to arrange shipment of the book (free of charge of course). Interested in tanks, check out my dedicated Gunfire instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/gunfire_mic... NEW: For those on TikTok you can find short videos there as well: @michaelscaplis The Gunfire museum is located next to the Airfield of Brasschaat (Belgium) and is open to the public every 2nd and 3rd Sunday of the month. https://site-gunfire-brasschaat.be/ Note that the museum will be closed during the Christmas holidays. Footage was shot with a Sony a7iii with Sony 28mm F2 and Sony A6400 with Sigma 16mm F1.4 on Zhiyun Weebill lab and Deity D4 Duo. Editing was done in Premiere Pro. Intro track: The army goes rolling along by the U.S. Army band Ending track: Washington post by the U.S. Army band All tracks are available in the YouTube audio library
JPK ambushA short follow up video to the previous Nocturne (Night at the museum) video where we take a look at how we got the KanJPz or JagdPanzer Kanone 90mm into the woods and all camouflaged.
Churchill MilestoneIn the last video of 2020 we look at an important milestone; getting the tracks back on the Churchill MkIV. Knowing how smooth things usually go when working on the Churchill, we thought it would take a lot of time plus the usual swearing and cursing. For once we had some luck.
Night at the museumThe Nocturne, is a special yearly event at Gunfire. Visitors can check out the collection after sundown which creates a special atmosphere. In this video we'll show a short walkthrough of hanger I27 as well as a couple of the vehicles we posted outside. Can you spot the Kanonenjagdpanzer?
A Churchill, a Leo, a DAF and a TrojanA short overview of what tends to happen on a regular Sunday at Gunfire. The volunteers are hard at work on several vehicles, including the Churchill, the Leopard '500' and the DAF YP.
Open Monuments Day - touring the grounds13th of September was open monuments day in Belgium. A lot of sites were open to the public and Gunfire was no exception. In order to make things a bit more special we had a small line up of vehicles which did the tour of the grounds several times during the day. These included the newly running AMX30B, the Leopard trainer, the CVRT Scimitar and of course the trusty Bergepanzer (who had to play tow truck).