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wildbillkelsoe

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  1. Understood. Video removed from YT. Maybe you should have this as a caveat as you said.
  2. ok I’m removing the link. sorry.
  3. Here is todays endeavour.. always a pleasure fellas.
  4. Do tanks have laser warning receivers?

    what I meant by laser warning system is a screen with a hull that has a clock face around it where if you are being lased from the right side the 1 to 5 o’clock segment would light up as a pie on that hull or even more precise forms.
  5. Do tanks have laser warning receivers?

    thanks guys. I am playing the Ft. Benning range mission. It is fantastic!!
  6. like aircrafts radar warning receivers?
  7. Basra map

    Cant wait to try it out!
  8. We love videos

    here is to finishing nine tanks without repeatedly dying on Tanks! again mission with comments. Still practicing. BTW this is my second victory in SB. Yet to try Camp Hornfelt, and Yet more tanks.
  9. why Leopard barrel elevates after shooting?

    that is quite interesting. I wonder what the rationale is besides being apparently a heavier round.
  10. why Leopard barrel elevates after shooting?

    which tank in SB is considered the oldest?
  11. why Leopard barrel elevates after shooting?

    ahh.. makes sense. So because the round is heavy then the outer straw lifts while the inner straw depresses to facilitate loading. That is genius! Can gunner override it so the barrel does not elevate? I feel like the round will overshoot when I see videos. Maybe the FCS accounts for a fraction of a second for the round to exit the tube? How heavier compared to the M1A1 round is the Leopard round?
  12. why Leopard barrel elevates after shooting?

    hmmm... so the chamber is already in up position when loaded? I wouldnt know as I never saw or been inside one.
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