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Wehrmacht 75 mm PaK 40 Anti-Tank Gun
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Erwin-Rommel Aug 29 2014, 6:46pm says:

I love this Cannon

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Celution Aug 30 2014, 4:34am replied:

Same, and DMz's model of it is absolutely gorgeous!

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roman9441 Aug 29 2014, 9:04pm says: Online

cool :D

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thorin234 Aug 29 2014, 9:25pm says:


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Lito.LV Aug 30 2014, 7:37am says:

Very hip and historical. :)

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The 75mm PaK40 is the new primary Anti-Tank gun for the Wehrmacht, replacing the 50mm PaK38.

"Long range anti-tank weapon with excellent armor penetration capabilities. The Pak 40 can camouflage to ambush enemy vehicles."

Reasoning and explanation:
The 50mm Pak38 Anti-Tank Gun was substituted for the more powerful 75mm Pak 40 Anti-Tank Gun. The Pak40 performs like the Marder or Geschützwagen in terms of firepower, but compared to the Pak38 it also is more sluggish and fires slower. The design choice for this is that the 50mm Pak 38 never was designed to deal with heavier allied tanks, making it difficult to balance from a historical point of view.

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