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  1. Liberator

    The Leopard 2 Thread

    in theory, it gives almost as much steel as T-72B(1985-1989)
  2. Liberator

    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    Yes, I read about this before. It is interesting that for 130 mm CE. I know the parameters of 5 and 6 inch CE for testing, but for the first time I hear about 130 mm.
  3. Liberator

    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    540 mm Hull and turret or only turret? And what CE protection MBT-80?
  4. Liberator

    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    However, apparently this has little to do with Challenger 1. MBT-80 looks very promising, sad that the British could not start it in production.
  5. Liberator

    StuG III Thread (and also other German vehicles I guess)

    this is a calculation formula de Marr.
  6. Liberator

    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    according to most reliable sources M1A1HA / M1A2 have a protection of 600 mm in the frontal arc of 60 degrees. this means that Challenger 1 and 2 has a protection of ~ 500 mm in a 60 ° frotal arc. 480 mm is if I correctly understood the speech about protection for special armor, which experienced for Challenger 1. But about the glacis a lot of questions. 275 mm probably without special armor. Ie just some steel plates. 340 mm probably with the "Light" Chebham version.
  7. Liberator

    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    Lol M111 penetrating glacis T-72A(60 mm steel+105 mm stekloplastik+50 mm steel) at distance 1500-2000 m( ОКР Отражение). only after welding a 16 mm high hardness plate could protect the T-72A from M111 at an impact speed of 1428 m / s