Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf. G battle line on a road in Italy - 1944


Fair sufficient, considering that the Panther's side armor had been only about as effective as a Sherman's glacis! Nevertheless, the superb ballistics associated with KwK42 are meant to provide it the protection that is sold with maintaining ...



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  • Fair enough, given that the Panther's side armor was only about as effective as a Sherman's glacis! Still, the superb ballistics of the KwK42 are meant to give it the protection that comes with keeping your enemy at arm's length.
  • I'm a bot, bleep , bloop . Someone has linked to this thread from another place on reddit: [ /r/shitwehraboossay ] Glorious Panther Kruppstahl! Side armor as good as a Sherman's glacis! If you follow any of the above links, please respect the rules of reddit and don't vote in the other threads. ( Info / Contact )
  • Finally some recognition 🙂
  • You got called a Wehraboo? Now I've seen everything.
  • well you are not that wrong.... 40mm at 60 degree vs. the 51 mm of the sherman is not that far off
  • I like how you just ignore that the Sherman's glacis was also sloped.
  • Duh, the Panther can simply point its gun downwards like so and negate the slope.
  • Not at historical engagement ranges, there is no way 2 tanks would dare get this close to each other.
  • Please tell me you're joking and it was completely obvious that I was being facetious.
  • Ah the honorable Tank Joust.
  • These are Ausf. Gs so 50mm at 30 degrees on the upper hull, which is similar to the Sherman glacis but inferior on level ground.
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