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tigercub

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2011 11:40 pm Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

yes being a 88mm HT rocket it was quite useful in this way not sure how much they did use them attacking buildings but i would have.

Country of Origin : Germany                      
Role : Anti-Tank Weapon
In-Service Date : October 1943
Manufacturer : Enzinger Union
Gebrüder Scheffler
HASAG
Jäckel
Fa. Kronprinz
Fa. Schricker
Number Produced : 289151
Operation : Electrically Ignited Rocket
Feed : Single Shot Manual Reload
Cartridge Name : RPzB.Gr.4992
Cartridge Size : 88mm
Cartridge Total Weight : 3.25 kg
Bullet Weight : 0.66 kg
Weapon Length : 164 cm
Barrel Length : 107 cm
Empty Weight : 9.3 kg
Combat Weight : 11 kg
Muzzle Velocity : 110 meters per second
Practical Rate of Fire : 4 rounds per minute
Cyclic Rate of Fire : 4 rounds per minute
Effective Range : 180 meters
Scope Types : None
Penetration Data for the Panzerschreck 54
RPzB.Gr.4992 ( High Explosive Anti-Tank Rocket )
Weight Velocity
3.25 kg
round speed 110 m/s
penatration 230m

Country of Origin : United States the later model bazooka
Role : Anti-Tank Weapon
In-Service Date : February 1944  
Operation : Rocket Launcher
Feed : Manual Rocket Reload
Cartridge Name : M6A3C Rocket
Cartridge Size : 60mm x 55mm
Cartridge Total Weight : 2800 grams
Bullet Weight : 1590 grams
Weapon Length : 155 cm
Barrel Length : 155 cm
Empty Weight : 6.5 kg
Combat Weight : 9.6 kg
Muzzle Velocity : 105 meters per second
Practical Rate of Fire : 2 rounds per minute
Cyclic Rate of Fire : 2 rounds per minute
Effective Range : 110 meters

As u can see big differance between them the german was a larger copy and far more powerful,  but the germans slow to bring the numbers into action even after they had made them.
many sat in stores and were never used mainly because of the panzerfaust was in large numbers towards(8,000,000) the end of the war.

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stiener

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02, 2011 7:37 pm Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

as tigercub suggests the panzershreak could be used as an anti personell weapon as well but information on it being used as such is rather sketchy...where as the panzerfaust WAS used alot as an anti personell weapon..ie against buildings and the bazooka as well....both the zook and faust have lots of 1st hand accounts as being used in that manner.
for game purposes tho we would rather have the faust and shreak shoot at tanks as the default....you can see why. the zook if the data is correct and historically accurate...wasnt much good against german armour.....it just wasnt powerful enough to penatrate.
if we get the zook to shoot at buildings and people it will waste its rds on what ever presents itself unless micro managed, but IMHO this isnt as much of an issue for game purposes because the allies have lots of tanks and a/t guns. the germans dont.


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stiener

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:27 am Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

hey tiger cub....how is the data mod coming? finished yet?


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papa_whisky

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:30 am Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

The bazooka works well in LSA if it is placed in a building shooting down on the armour, which makes sense with top armour being thin. The US, if I am not mistaken, did not up-grade until the Korean War.
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stiener

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:52 pm Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

tigercub??? you still active? hows the data mod coming and where could i find it?  Smile


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slipper

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:32 am Post subject: Re: Tigercubs Data mod Reply with quote

Anyone please know where i may download a copy of tigercubs latest data file? i can't find any links to it?

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slipper

apologies, found it now
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