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Overweight and clumsy, the Sopwith Bulldog two-seater biplane was heavily armed with two forward firing machine guns and two independently mounted machine guns in the rear. Only two of them were built during World War I.
Sopwith Bulldog Specifications
Country: Great Britain
Manufacturer: Sopwith Aviation Company
Type: Fighter
First Introduced: 1917
Number Built: 2
Engine(s): Clerget 11B, 200 hp
Wing Span: [10.29 m]
Length: [7 m]
Height: [2.67 m]
Empty Weight: [645 kg]
Gross Weight: [1132 kg]
Max Speed: [175 km/h]
Crew: 2
Armament: 4 machine guns, 7.7 mm
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