I had the rare opportunity, living some miles away for an easy visit, to visit RAF Hendon recently, and to see the Battle of Britain exhibition. Amongst the exhibits is a 3.7 Vickers, in a tableau setting, I think, possibly, to give the impression of the gun in use. I was interested to note that the outriggers were deployed, and the barrel traversed as elevated, but that the wheels were still attached, as photo. I was under the impression from what I have read about the 3.7" that wheels were taken off when the gun was in action (although I believe that on Mk 1 they were raised as a counter weight). Am I misinformed, or was it possible to use the gun as displayed? The gun also seems to be devoid of gun layers' seats (and sights), or, again, am I missing the point here?