Things progressed quickly on the "Stryker" or "BDRM"(side dependent) as the work started. It became obvious to us all that this would not be a Heavy Tank that was extremely tough and unable to be taken down with light weapons but it would be a Armored Fighting Vehicle. This gives the Infantry fighting it a chance.
Rear decking and framing are up and the choice for the gun turret was made. A old Gumball machine that Dan sourced years ago and stored in the Barn with the intention of one day using it for a Paintball Tank.
More to come with final pictures in April and video footage after it debuts on April 23rd.