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M4A3 (76)W Sherman
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WaffleAndy
WaffleAndy Jul 13 2011, 1:14pm says:

Yes!

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Kitty-hunter
Kitty-hunter Oct 8 2012, 1:57am says:

Isn't this one M4A3E8"Easy eight"? I mean if judge from the camo...

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Sechevoj_strelec
Sechevoj_strelec Nov 3 2013, 7:24am says:

Nice paper tank.

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-Stealer-L1F3
-Stealer-L1F3 Dec 11 2014, 5:15pm replied:

Still better frontal armor and armor penetration than a T-34-85.

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M4A3 (76)W Sherman

By the time of the Battle of the Bulge, the M4A3 was the main Sherman variant in use. While the base version was fitted with a 75mm gun, this one was armed with the more powerful 76mm M1 gun, and therefore, was more effective at knocking out enemy armor.

The M4A3 (76)W was made by both Pointblank86 and Herc and was exported by Kev4000.

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Jul 12th, 2011
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