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The KV-1S
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UkrainaGuy1111 Jan 17 2011, 2:52am says:

Omg eastern front omgomgomg

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Matqo Jan 17 2011, 3:27am says:

Looking awesome, hope we will get a T-34-85 later on :D

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mimi040 Jan 17 2011, 7:05am buried:


this is a T34-76 they named it wrong

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Ts4EVER Jan 17 2011, 7:11am replied:

No it is a KV1-s :D

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stukatankkiller Jan 17 2011, 9:29am replied:

mimi do some research it will do you good

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mimi040 Jan 17 2011, 11:16am buried:


i was wrong kv 1 is more block like didnt know about the kv1 s

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Bloodviper Jan 17 2011, 7:59am says:

Its a kv-1s lol but its a fail as a heavy tank... It is more medium than heavy

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Wulfburk12 Jan 17 2011, 10:36am replied:

i belive it was designated has a heavy, idk

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volchonok Mar 4 2011, 5:31pm replied:

Kv-1 was heavy when it was produced and use mostly (year 1941) - there were no german guns which could penetrate this tank armor at reasonable distance in 1941.

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ComradeWinston Jan 17 2011, 9:31am says:

They should have done a KV-3 instead, their a lot better

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Matqo Jan 17 2011, 11:32am replied:

Yeah but theres a thing called balance :D

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Ts4EVER Jan 17 2011, 12:08pm replied:

Also it was never used.

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Eat_Uranium Jan 18 2011, 4:41pm replied:

Because it never existed. Honestly Ts, you say it like it is in the same category as the Maus.

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THeTA Jan 17 2011, 12:09pm says:

The KV was a very good heavy tank. And in 1942 it already had 110mm of frontal armor

KV crews where asked to send feedback for improving the KV. The only request was=More firepower

The answer=OK we'll increase the speed!By reducing armor!

wait whut?

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Panzerwurfer Jan 18 2011, 8:42pm says:

YES I've been waiting for Eastern Front the entirety of the mod. But, pretty random models to reveal first, not even KV-1, but KV-1S! And Su-152? So random, lol. But, not complaining, cannot wait for Eastern Front!!!!!!

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THeTA Jan 24 2011, 4:35am replied:

cause SU152 uses KV1-s chassis

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decommanda Jan 19 2011, 2:30am says:

I need to get my bf2 disk back from my friend!

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AirborneSn1p3r Jan 23 2011, 2:32pm says:

that is sweet, very nice kv1

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Triden007 Mar 1 2011, 2:28pm says:

Looks like a sherman tank,
but URSS'ed!
EDIT: Wow I just realized how dumbfu** my comment is!

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THeTA Apr 28 2011, 6:33am says:

Well for a good map with the KV-1s we ofcourse need the KV model 1942 (Or KV-1c) with a lovely 110mm frontal armor, 90mm side and 120mm frontal turret and side armour

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The KV-1S.

The KV-1S was introduced in late 1942 with 1,370 tanks produced. It was based off the pre-existing KV-1, and featured lighter armor, a smaller turret, along with a 76mm gun. As a result, the KV-1S was faster, with a top speed of 43 km/h. The heavy tank was also the first tank to feature a commander's cupola with all-around vision blocks, which was a first for Soviet heavy tanks. However, with the thinner armor, the tank was called into question since the T-34 could do everything the KV could do.

The KV-1S was made by Toddel.

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