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ohhh!! O.o :o No words! :x Thanks!!! any of those cyrillic buttons advance time to June? 

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Been focusing on the BMP-2.

Pics of the T-72B please very interested in the fire control and what versions of the tube launched ATGM's it can fire 

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3 minutes ago, mpow66m said:

can we fire the missle?

Yes, you can, but beware- you need to use handcranks in order to track target, so its  a quite demanding task to hit a mover.

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1 hour ago, GSprocket said:


It always used to be a Pro only 'range target'. Horrid thing given that we can do force on force stuff with real (if 'blind' or 'kill on hit') targets. No need to do 'plywood cutouts' or cloth to save money.

 

Its meant for zeroing and bore sighting.

 

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With the T-72B1 m.1985, I'm tracking that the vehicle is equipped with the same fire control system the same as the T-72A. Other than increased armor (super Dolly Parton), what differences does it have compared to the T-72A/M1? 

 

What is the difference between the Sho't Kal and the Centurion already modeled (not playable) in the sim? 

 

LOVE this update! Thanks eSim! ?

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3 minutes ago, Jartsev said:

Yes, you can, but beware- you need to use handcranks in order to track target, so its  a quite demanding task to hit a mover.

not more button tapping ala the scimitar..............sigh.any chance of getting those panels in english?

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8 minutes ago, Marko said:

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.... what versions of the tube launched ATGM's it can fire 

None

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4 minutes ago, Tread_Head57 said:

With the T-72B1 m.1985, I'm tracking that the vehicle is equipped with the same fire control system the same as the T-72A. Other than increased armor (super Dolly Parton), what differences does it have compared to the T-72A/M1? 

 

What is the difference between the Sho't Kal and the Centurion already modeled (not playable) in the sim? 

 

LOVE this update! Thanks eSim! ?

 

T-72B1 has dynamic lead as well, and IR sight is slightly better. 
there's some other differences that doesn't have much impact in SB, such as new gun with longer barrel life (2A46M), and new transistor radios. 

 

sho't kal has better engine with better power/weight ratio than the standard centurion. so it's a bit faster.

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2 minutes ago, dejawolf said:

 

T-72B1 has dynamic lead as well, and IR sight is slightly better. 
there's some other differences that doesn't have much impact in SB, such as new gun with longer barrel life (2A46M), and new transistor radios. 

 

sho't kal has better engine with better power/weight ratio than the standard centurion. so it's a bit faster.

Also the Centurion, would have a ranging gun(???)

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2 minutes ago, Grenny said:

Also the Centurion, would have a ranging gun(???)

 

Well depends on which model Centurion you are referring to, now doesn't it. :)

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17 minutes ago, BlackDeath said:

Does the T55A lacks stab, lrf, thermal or even a basic ballistic computer ?

It have stab and IR(not thermal) sights for TC and gunner. As for ballistic computer and LRF.... Well, they are player's brain and eyes ;)

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3 minutes ago, dejawolf said:

 

T-72B1 has dynamic lead as well, and IR sight is slightly better. 
there's some other differences that doesn't have much impact in SB, such as new gun with longer barrel life (2A46M), and new transistor radios. 

 

sho't kal has better engine with better power/weight ratio than the standard centurion. so it's a bit faster.

Thanks for the reply. Dynamic lead is    definitely going to help vs. NATO tanks. 

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6 minutes ago, Grenny said:

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 I meant with the gun-launched anti-tank guided missile, have been up since 05-30 time for bed

Great to see this happening.

PS Grenny I am going Marder hunting in my BMP see you on the battlefield. LoL

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5 minutes ago, Rotareneg said:

The T-72B1 can't fire ATGMs.

Thats what I said. But Marko seems to have rather seen, what he wanted to see :-P

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15 minutes ago, dejawolf said:

 

T-72B1 has dynamic lead as well, and IR sight is slightly better. 
there's some other differences that doesn't have much impact in SB, such as new gun with longer barrel life (2A46M), and new transistor radios. 

 

 

 

Thanks for the extra info! The m 2012 have to be very similar to that version, no?. Hope someday for the M4 with all those strange things over the turret B| 

 

The T-72M4 CZ is deployed in limited numbers by the Czech army. It retains the original tank’s key features but with newer Western technology. These include a 1,000 hp engine, an Italian digital fire control system, additional layers of ERA on its glacis and turret, improved side skirts, an Israeli-made drive train and an active protection system (APS) to detect incoming enemy fire–note the canisters protruding from the turret.

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Just now, Grenny said:

Also the Centurion, would have a ranging gun(???)

 

8 minutes ago, Tread_Head57 said:

Thanks for the reply. Dynamic lead is    definitely going to help vs. NATO tanks. 

 

well it's a little finicky to say the least. instead of the ordinary lead you expect in NATO tanks, you have a much simpler system. in the B and B1 there's a diopter, here one shows you the lead number, and the B and B1 has additional numbers on the lead lines. 

so what you do is you track a target with the laser dot, lase to get lead value, adjust the sight to the right lead mark, and fire. none of the lase and blaze of M1 abrams to put it mildly.

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1 minute ago, dejawolf said:

 

 

well it's a little finicky to say the least. instead of the ordinary lead you expect in NATO tanks, you have a much simpler system. in the B and B1 there's a diopter, here one shows you the lead number, and the B and B1 has additional numbers on the lead lines. 

so what you do is you track a target with the laser dot, lase to get lead value, adjust the sight to the right lead mark, and fire. none of the lase and blaze of M1 abrams to put it mildly.

 

I thought something like that... Still will enjoy my virtual deaths inside them :P and BMP-2 will revenge me with the AT-5!

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12 minutes ago, Rotareneg said:

The T-72B1 can't fire ATGMs.

I stand corrected the B can fire ATGM's the B1 cant fire ATGM's thanks for clarifying THAT. 

sorry for my confusion Grenny rotarenberg.

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