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spetsnaz_stalker Mar 30 2013, 1:19pm says:

Can someone explain me, why sometimes, in tank colums, tanks have their turrets rotated 360 degrees, backward? Like in this pic.

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SunnyBittern Mar 30 2013, 1:21pm replied:

I guess because the turret is positioned more to the front, and if its facing 180 degrees, your saving more space on the front, and the column can be tighter.

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Mr_F1sh Mar 31 2013, 4:28am replied:

if the guy sneezes and accidently hits the fire button.. I'd like the turret facing away from the other tanks

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The_Integral Mar 31 2013, 8:57am replied:

I've heard having the turret backward shifts the CG closer to the center of the tank and thus put less stress on the suspension.

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deniable_pain Apr 5 2013, 9:16am replied:

it can also mean that the driver has his hatch open,something that the fornt armor doesnt allow him to do unless the turrent is backwards.

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elMengu Apr 7 2013, 2:41pm replied:

Not in the case of this tank:

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Gunner's view, Spanish Leopardo 2E.

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