Biiviz;4512237Good thing that the Firefly was a British tank then.[/quote]
Oh, yea...forgot about that.:lookaround:
[quote=Uberhauptstormfuhrer;4512320]Maybe its another kind of tracktor? Or maybe a mountain bike this time.
How advanced were the mountain bikes back then? If they had any.
Guys, remember, this is in 2.15, so Normandy vehicles (King Tiger, Sherman Firefly, DD tanks etc) are a moot point.
So here's Meadow's picks:
- Semovente 75/18 (depends on time period, of course) - Sahariana - Bishop/other form of mobile artillery - Swordfish being actually put on a map - 17 Pounder 'Pheasant' (for Mareth Line Tiger pwnage - again, I think they were used in North Africa, do correct me if I'm wrong)
Meadow;4512500 - 17 Pounder 'Pheasant' (for Mareth Line Tiger pwnage - again, I think they were used in North Africa, do correct me if I'm wrong)
Yes, the version on the 25-Pounder chassis were used in tunisia.
Semovente 75/18 Sahariana, including the ones with the 20mm Bison M11/39 The Italian SPGs with 90mms on them.
Bear in mind the Italians are only a full army on Bardia and Giauauauauauauauauarub (FH2's Jalalabad methinks) - hardly 'tank' maps. Sure, their equipment might turn up on Gazala, but I think many more tanks than they currently have is wishful thinking.
My guess is the Churchill. It's thick armour and a big gun should balance out the tiger a tad.
A_tree;4512554My guess is the Churchill. It's thick armour and a big gun should balance out the tiger a tad.
Meh. The tiger and all its versions never really were considered a threat by myself. They aren't hard to kill. They are slow and big. Extremely easy to flank and or use mines against etc.
its my chevy with the quad-mounted scoped bofors' in the back