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    Pak-40 German 75mm AT Gun Firing

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    That thing is cool. Love that firing range.
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    BOOM!

    Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep


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    i comes to like the forgotten guns channel. like how the guy speaks,like how he describes things.

    germans for sure were masters at making huge piece of scrap metal goes boom LOL.
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    Wtf , It makes about as much sense as feathers on a trout!
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    I was hoping he would show up and do something useful in front of the cameras. Like beat the flames out with his face.

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    1) That shell didn't seem to be flying very straight
    2) I expected a lot more damage in the end

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    That was the same gun with very minor modifications that was used in the Panther tank. The armour on a Sherman wasn't even a challenge for them.





    Near the end of the war, some of the Panthers were fitted with IR equipment (above the commander's hatch, IR spotlight and scope). You can imagine what that muzzle blast looked like at night, so it was kind of a "shoot'n'scoot" system, not that it had much to fear from allied tanks, but the allies tended to respond to everything with artillery.
    Remember: the opposite of "Far Right" is Far Wrong.

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