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Hazza-the-Fox Mar 1 2013 says:


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V.Metalic Mar 1 2013 replied:

Thanks :D This is among my favorite Soviet tanks, and I am really proud of this one :)

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Beckett Jul 9 2014 says:

its kv4-5
kv4 has different turret (without small turret on top:
its the stock turret in wot

BTW there was like 6 versions of KV4

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V.Metalic Nov 22 2014 replied:

No, there was like 12 versions :)

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The proposal for Soviet super-heavy tank from 1941, KV-4 was meant to remain on blueprints until they will be needed to fight and destroy any German heavy tank. There was about twenty proposed designs for the tank, ranging in weight between 82-107 tonnes, armed with two guns (one design had only main gun). However, KV-4 was never needed as at the end of the war there were more efficient IS-2 and IS-3.

KV-4 was probably the heaviest planned Soviet tank in history along with KV-5. Specifically for KV-4 was developed 107mm ZiS-6 gun, which was however never used, but planned for several other heavy tanks, and tested on KV-2. The other gun was 45mm used mounted on second turret to fend off any fast tank that will want to outrun the incredibly-slow KV-4.

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