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  1. BMP-1(plates cuted from BMP-1) 6.7mm Oberes Bugblech Si-Mn-Vergutungsstahl Elektrostahl 495 HB 30 7.62x51 30m G3 FS , 7.62x51 SS(SS70 ? or what type of bullet?) Drall 200mm Neigungswinkel(Grad) - 90 V(m/sek) 803.1-814.1 Schuss-Nr 1-10 - BoR Sicher bei 90.0 Grad 7.62x51 30m G3 FS , 7.62x51 SmK Drall 200mm Neigungswinkel(Grad) - 60,56,58 V(m/sek) 804.9-817.1 Schuss-Nr 11-25 11-12 - 60 grad - gl D 13-15 - 56 grad - BoR 16-25- 58 grad - BoR(19 - BmRoL) Sicher bei 58.0 Grad 18.8 mm Unteres Bugblech Si-Mn-Vergutungsstahl Elektrostahl 488 HB 30 20mmx139 100m HS 820 , DM-13 Neigungswinkel(Grad) - 90, 36,32,30,28,26 V(m/sek) 991.1-1000.8 Schuss-Nr 1-9 1- 90 grad - gl D 2- 36 grad - gl D 3 - 32 grard - gl D 4 - 30 grard - gr.Stzpfr.360 grad 5 - 28 grad - gl D 6-9 - 26 grad - l BoR ( 8 - o.W Doppeltreffer mit Nr 6) Sicher bei 26.0 Grad, Sprungsicher HS 820 , DM-43 Neigungswinkel(Grad) - 18,20,22,24,26 V(m/sek) 1099.2.1-1106.2 Schuss-Nr 10-17 10- 18 grad - o.M 11- 20 grad - o.M 12 - 22 grad - l BoR 13 - 24 grad - kl.Stzpfr.120 grad 14 - 26 grad - o.W Randtreffer 15 - 26 grad -- gl D 16 - 24 grad - kl.Stzpfr.120 grad 17 - 24 grad - gr.Stzpfr.360 grad Sicher bei 22.0 Grad, Sprungsicher
  2. combat 59.9 empty 57.7 turret combat 21 empty turret 19.8 empty turret without add-on armour 18,4 2A4 in 1994 combat 55 empty 52 turret with gun 16 without 12.2 Leo2A4 before 1994, and 2A0 could be even lighter than 52... it's only theory(in my case) because it looks logical and practical
  3. btw is there any description why swedish and danish L2 uses different kind of side skirts than germans and dutch(i remember about swedish report, but...) ?
  4. sides maybe better( maybe because fuel tanks + 80mm armor and spacing could give some protection on T-62, i gave a quote from the british report as an example, but it’s not detailed, and unclear it’s just a fuel tank or a complex structure. ) but durability of kit debatable old CG grenades is 300-350mm pen
  5. i'm interested only in hull front, so i think it's only PG-7V proof, but why the added only 36mm on UFP(6mm steel + 30mm "box") and 134mm to LFP... there is 3 main detail on hull front(no overlap), all of them 36mm thick, LFP 134mm thick, don't have turret modules at the moment the one you makred as a "EFP protection" is a toolbox(there is 2 toolbox, one on left and one on right side) "module F700 tool box Drawing No.: 564 570 000 0" maybe this is what inside of 30mm "box"
  6. whole point of MEXAS addon on Leo1 is to completely avoid penetration of RPG-7, or just minimize residual penetration effects after armour penetration(in case of UFP armour it's unlikely to protect from anything) ?
  7. it also contain hand drawn scheme, all in inches, and it's "steel intermediate plate" not "without...", but english cursive is even more insane than russian... it's very strange dock, i trying to get original source(report AR191 ) and with typed text, not handwritten...
  8. 1968, Burlington bisquit No. 4 tested by the British in the mid-late 60s, the type of combined armour, at an angle of inclination of 60deg, provided protection from 6 in (152 mm) HC with penetration of 643 mm (cone angle 60, copper), and also provided protection equivalent to 136 mm steel from 120 mm APDS L15A4 ( 1300-1500 yards), the assembly weighed the same way as a 135-136mm steel plate, with an inclination angle of 68 deg the entire assembly protection was achieved from 7 and 8 in HC (penetration unknown, cone angle 40, approximately penetration something around 800 and 900- 1000 mm) at the beginning of 1965, bisquit No. 1 was tested to provide protection against a 5-in HC; by May 65 they switched to No. 4. the presented scheme was compiled according to a handwritten report, in which only plate thicknesses and overall assembly dimensions are exactly given, the air-gaps could be a little different if more accurate data appear, I will correct the scheme.
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