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Panzerjäger Tiger (P) "Ferdinand"
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killerman32 Dec 17 2012, 11:41am says:

Its a real monster!

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Simcardo Dec 17 2012, 11:49am says:

Whoa! The Elefant!

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Eat_Uranium Dec 17 2012, 8:12pm replied:

This isn't quite the Elefant, since it is the earlier version used at Kursk. The Elefant was modified with a hull MG added.

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Simcardo Dec 17 2012, 9:24pm replied:

Ohh. i don't know about that. I thought "Elefant" was always a nickname for it.

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Guest Dec 24 2012, 1:05pm replied:

Before the MG Was put on, it was simply the Ferdinand. From Ferdinand Porsche

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GordonKromanTR Aug 4 2013, 3:45am replied:

its ferdiant not elefant

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Simcardo Aug 7 2013, 6:15am replied:

explained already

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Haddock67 Dec 18 2012, 3:41am says:

This thing's really powerful looking. Soviet players are surely going to be afraid of it.

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SnakeTheFox Dec 19 2012, 12:44pm says:

I believe the Nashorn came slightly (matter of months) before, and was the first vehicle to mount the long 88. You might want to throw the Nashorn in on the maps were a Ferd would be too powerful, and as an added bonus it could be integrated on some Italian maps too!

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Kill_Time Jan 16 2013, 1:04pm says:

built on Tiger porche chassis, Real monster

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sickpeople May 19 2013, 3:12pm says:

Looks very juicy for AT infantry! :)

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Better known under its official nickname "Ferdinand", after its designer Ferdinand Porsche, it was based on the chassis of the failed Tiger (P) prototype. It was the first tank destroyer to mount the powerful 8.8cm Pak 43/2 gun, which was able to knock out even the heaviest of Allied tanks. It also boasted an impressive front armor of 200mm. However, several design flaws made it a less than successful design. It was very slow and lacked maneuverability. Since it had no machine gun, it was vulnerable to close assault by Soviet tank hunters and sappers.

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