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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2021 2:47 am 
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After doing more extensive digging for sirens in the town of Van Buren, I came across this thing when looking at a video of drone footage over the town somewhat recently. This looks to be some sort of single sided Federal Electric Type B or even a hornless P-10. In the bottom left corner area of this video. https://youtu.be/iGQ4GW0k7ec?t=311 (Can be seen starting around 5:08 within the video)

After doing further searching at around 5:31 this object comes into view again, and it sure does look like a hornless Penetrator or allertor!


What are your guy's thoughts on this?

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After going around google and YouTube I found out that its a Sterling N-5.

I could easily debunk that it wasn't an Allertor or P-10 because their choppers are far more huge. A Model B was a fair guess, nearly stumped me on it.

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After going around google and YouTube I found out that its a Sterling N-5.

I could easily debunk that it wasn't an Allertor or P-10 because their choppers are far more huge. A Model B was a fair guess, nearly stumped me on it.
Doesn't fit the description of an N-5, more likely a Type B.

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Looks like an M-5.
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Definitely an N-5, or at the very least a Sterling.

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Looks like an M-5.

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Yea now that I see that image it does look more like a Sterling M-3 of some sort.

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It's a Sterling M-3. That mount is definitely Sterling.

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IceBolt_1003 wrote: *
It's a Sterling M-3. That mount is definitely Sterling.
M3 ? Isn't that just a single headed m5?

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It's a Sterling M-3. That mount is definitely Sterling.
M3 ? Isn't that just a single headed m5?
M-3 or M-45 is the name for those.

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IceBolt_1003 wrote: *
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It's a Sterling M-3. That mount is definitely Sterling.
M3 ? Isn't that just a single headed m5?
M-3 or M-45 is the name for those.
But there is also dual headed M45 !

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