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Assassin 7

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  1. As far as SB, IMO SB is the most accurate and closes Tank Sim that you can get to the real tank. If they modeled all the possible damages and faults that could happen in real life believe me it would not be fun.
  2. Primary Optical sights do not work without turret power. The Gunner would have to use his GAS sight, it doesn't need power. The Azimuth manual drive is mechanically driven and the Elevation manual is hydraulic driven within its own loop which meets up with the main hydraulic system in the elevation mechanism and separating by a valve. The m1a1 will fire with no master power ,only using the blasting machine/ master blaster. The SEP has to have to main gun armed to fire with no master power also using the master blaster. A swamp tank would have to be cleaned out and serviced before even consider powering the tank but a tank can take in water going into the turret basket if all the connections are tight. If the turret is under water and the tank was running when this happened it's really hard to say what components would be shorted out, but your engine would blow for sure. I'm sure you would loose master power too due to the battery box full of water.
  3. Here are some pictures from a Gun strike the gun tube was replaced along with the rotor cap bolts, Piston bolts and the gun mantle bolts. All of these bolts were loose and some stretched.
  4. Realistically your main gun would not need to be repaired or replaced from water damage. Just would need services done to it. Now other damages such as a gun tube strike, piston seal leak, loose rotor cap bolts, loose piston follower bolts, warp rotor would require inspection and repair. According to the Maintenance Allocation Chart it would take the Maintainer 23.2 hours to inspect, service and repair these parts: 120mm Main gun, Breech, Breech Ring and Piston. I'm sure there is more time allocated depending on which maintenance tasks is being done.
  5. Ok, good luck with getting the manuals then.
  6. No, your best bet would be to use the SB Wiki. http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php?title=M1A2_(SEP)
  7. M1 series, leopard's and then the Merkava's
  8. The answer is no. The TC can override which is simply grabbing his palm switch and swinging the turret to what he was looking at which would put the CWS 50cal. off target. The M1A1 variants do not have the hunter/killer capability. More information on the m1a1 for SB here: http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php?title=M1A1_(HA)#Commander.27s_Weapon_Station_.28CWS.29
  9. 42 (Centurion) please
  10. Thanks for the post pvtkramer, I really enjoyed reading the article and thanks for your service zipuli.
  11. LOL, If I remember correctly that building burnt to the ground later in the mission.
  12. Start this mission and it will crash: This is the saved file from the very first crash. Rhyfel Battle.sce
  13. I attempted to hosts and the crash happened as soon as we started. here is the dmp file: SBProPE64cm.exe.4132.dmp SBProPE64cm.exe.7676.dmp
  14. Here is mine: DebugLog.txt Everyone crashed at the same time and even after rejoin was the same.
    Very good mission, well worth the download.
  15. The M1A2 SEP can't be burned,but sometimes the ELRF will malfunction and cause an internal failure.This happens quite often,this last 4 months had to replaced over 5 ELRF's due to crew members using in proper lasing techniques. For Tanks With ELRF: For continuous firing of the ELRF - do not fire more often than once per second for a maximum of 120 seconds, with a minimum of 10 minutes cool down before resuming firing. For rapid firing of the ELRF - fire bursts of 1 pulse per second for no more than 4 seconds, with 4 seconds off time before resuming. Cool down - Never fire more than 63 bursts in an 8 minute period. A cool down period of 10 minutes is required after 63 bursts. For Tanks With LRF: For continuous firing of the LRF - do not fire more often than once per 20 seconds; you could overheat and damage LRF. For rapid firing of the LRF - fire no more than 100 pulses, with pulses 2 seconds apart; you could overheat and damage LRF. Cool down - Never fire more than 100 pulses in a 3-1/2 minute period. If the LRF overheats, a cool down period of several minutes is required.