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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Oct 18 2009 says:

Omg,I know this thing,68 TONS 0_0

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ComeradeStalin Oct 19 2009 replied:

His appearance is admirable...

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cronos35 Oct 31 2009 says:

simply elegant.

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raumboo-not-english Jan 15 2010 says:

thats IS-2 no?

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ComeradeStalin Jan 22 2010 replied:

This is IS-7.

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ogel121 Jun 23 2010 says:

Known as the victory tank, its powerful and its got good looks

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edike3 Dec 10 2010 says:

this tank would have been very very useful in ww2

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tanker1408 Jan 22 2011 replied:

Nah the T34 did it very well in ww2, but the IS-7 would have been very important AFTER the war, maybe in a new war against Western Super Powers like USA and GB. (wwIII ?) and would be very effective against western heavy tanks like Conqueror, M103 and Centurion ;) because the IS-7 would be SLIGHTLY superior to all of them.

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IS-7 (Iosif Stalin). Heavy soviet prototype tank. Was designed in 1945-47. Only 6 prototypes were produced. Was the most powerful soviet tank in the world which outpaced his time. Never was in mass production, but all ultramodern decisions which were united in this tank were successfully used in later versions of mass soviet tanks. Weight - 68 tons, crew - 5 members, max speed - 60 km/h. Weaponry: 130 mm S-70 main cannon (30 shots); machine guns: 2 х 14,5 mm KPVT, 6 х 7,62 mm SGMT. Was able to overcome 1,5 metres fords, 30 degree elevations.

Oct 16th, 2009
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