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NoCoolOnesLeft

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#11 14 years ago

Some German tanks had stronger armour at the back than at the side. If I recall correctly this applies for the Tiger Ausf. E and the Panther Ausf. D, A, G and Jagdpanther, that's just naming a few.




GreatGrizzly

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#12 14 years ago

On aome tanks the side is weaker then the back, on others the opposite is true. The weakest? The bottem :p many bottom kills, (i love hilly terrain!)




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#13 14 years ago

Nothing better than firing a 76mm round into a Panther G's underside on Meuse.




Gnar_Kill

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#14 14 years ago

I love it when a tank drives half-way up a pile of rubble to cap a flag. Beautiful at shot.:nodding:




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#15 14 years ago
FrederfOMG I mean that the sides seem weaker than the rear. The rear is very strong armor >.< Which I thought was not historical. I've bazooka'd tons of Stugs in the rear only to have it not kill, in the side though... BLAM nochance.

AFAIK, most early German vehicles had stronger rear than side armor (or the same) They figured the tanks would take fire from the rear from defenders after the tanks broke through.




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