Hanomag Support Values

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Hanomag Support Values

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I'l start by saying that I did try to use the CoCulater - honestly - but failed miserably. It obviously hates me (and I'll concede that I wouldn't be paranoid if everything wasn't out to get me).

There are a couple of omissions from the German vehicle list on the current Consolidated Arsenal, so I was wondering if these specific anomalies could be addressed by peers obviously far more knowing than I?

* There is no listing for the SdKfz.251/ 7 Pionierpanzerwagen, both with and without the 2.8 cm schwere Panzerbüchse 41 (sPzB 41) which was so often used on it (there is a listing for the gun on its own);

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* From 1944 on, the Sd.Kfz.251/9 Schützenpanzerwagen “Stummel” had a revised modular gun mount introduced which also incorporated a coaxial MG42, so what is the value of the Stummel with said MG42 mounted?

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Dunno about the 251/7 I would make it the same as a 251/10 (whether it is AT 3, 4 or 5 :))
The 251/9 I would not change as you cannot fire both weapons at once and AAMG have not been pointed for any entry - even though RAW they are the best weapon on any AFV :roll:

PS if you keep reading technical manuals on AFV's two things will happen:
1.) You will go blind
2.) We will have to ban you from this forum :twisted:

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Says he with all the Soviet doctrine info and most KsTn's. lol
Truscott Trotter wrote:Dunno about the 251/7 I would make it the same as a 251/10 (whether it is AT 3, 4 or 5 :))
The 251/9 I would not change as you cannot fire both weapons at once and AAMG have not been pointed for any entry - even though RAW they are the best weapon on any AFV :roll:

PS if you keep reading technical manuals on AFV's two things will happen:
1.) You will go blind
2.) We will have to ban you from this forum :twisted:

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Guilty as charged m'lud :lol:

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oozeboss wrote: * There is no listing for the SdKfz.251/ 7 Pionierpanzerwagen, both with and without the 2.8 cm schwere Panzerbüchse 41 (sPzB 41) which was so often used on it (there is a listing for the gun on its own);
A standard 251/7 is (for our purposes) the same beast as a 251/1. We haven't got either the 251 or the 250 with the SPzB41. They would be on List 4 from the look of it.
* From 1944 on, the Sd.Kfz.251/9 Schützenpanzerwagen “Stummel” had a revised modular gun mount introduced which also incorporated a coaxial MG42, so what is the value of the Stummel with said MG42 mounted?
No change, still list 5.

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Thanks Andy, greatly appreciated.

Both vehicles will be fielded at MOAB, Mr Bond. :twisted:

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FYI... The 250 and 251 with sPzB41 are now in the arsenal.

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Neal Smith wrote:FYI... The 250 and 251 with sPzB41 are now in the arsenal.
Thank you.

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A peashooter would be more effective :P :lol:

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Truscott Trotter wrote:A peashooter would be more effective :P :lol:
I can understand that. Peas make such tiny targets that anything capable of shooting them would have to be frighteningly accurate, huh?

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