Do aircrafts' cannons destroy tank from air? -1 reply

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Puma2005

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#1 13 years ago

Me-262 jetfighters, for example, carry 30mm cannon ammo. Can the shells peel off the mantle of tanks? Thanx in advance for instruction. I don't want to keep shooting at them if it can't break them up.




Abearikishiswisscheese

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#2 13 years ago

It does damage to almost all tanks as far as I know, but not incredibly much. You'll probably need to take multiple passes to get a noticable effect and it's always best to try and go for the lighter armored tanks. To sum it up- yes and please do continue to shoot them- it's great fun and good for you and your team. BTW-I love your username! /grunting in school spirit-like way Puma pride! Puma pride \end grunts ok that was sort of stupid...I'll let myself out...




AussieZaitsev

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#3 13 years ago

they do quite alot actually, Typhoon vcan brew up a panther if you hit the roof...Wildcats .50 cals make short work of Chi-Has and HaGo s aswell..well this was in .65




emonkies

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#4 13 years ago

The German 30mm was normally the Mk108 which had very low velocity and normally fired a HE round, not AP.

If a Mk103 is used that had fairly high velocity and fired a AP round and could penetrate about 50mm of armor.