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Archangel85

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#61 14 years ago
Tsunami BombNo way. Sometimes tank tracks would becoem disconnected due to mud and rough terrain. Also if a tank hit it right there. Or some of the sticky bombs. No matter what grenade though, wont knock a track off a tank.

on a small and light tank, why not? Not on a tiger, obviously, but a Ha-go or Panzer II shouldn't react to well to a grenade between their tracks.




Who_Flung_Poo?

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#62 14 years ago

They have enough problems though, mobility is the only thing going for them at the moment.




[BFE]Adder

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#63 14 years ago
Archangel85on a small and light tank, why not? Not on a tiger, obviously, but a Ha-go or Panzer II shouldn't react to well to a grenade between their tracks.

A Ha-go is not a good example of a tank(Infact its armor was nothing more than decoration givin than a dang BAR could penetrate the thing.) That said gernades are made for kill people, a small expolsive wrapped by a large amount of metal, which is ment to fragment and toss tiny bits of metal at very high speeds in all directions, thus aiding greatly in its stated goal of killing people. German gernades were abit diffrent but still... Even if you could jam said gernade into the tracks as they turned, the best you could hope for is the track jumping its teeth and then imobile as soon as that part of the track ran to ground.