Your gun might not be very effective, but your armor does the speaking for the vehicle. The M6A2E1 is a better choice for players looking for an American tank which benefits from playing a prolonged, peek-a-boo game style. The 10% repair speed boost from the Large Repair Kit could help keep the tracks on a bit more often, especially if combined with a Toolbox. The suspension arms are good with nice bolt detail on them with a little bit of flash on them but it is isolated to the stub you install in the hull. With a gun depression of 7 degrees you do struggle fighting over hill terrain. Large Repair Kit: Repair kits are fairly standard. The track traverse is rather abysmal, and the vehicle does speed bleed on turns, but in a straight line it's fairly quick.
His responsibility is an accurate aiming. It does get preferential match making though so it might be a good choice. Which is very good, because if you want to make t8 premium worthwhile investment, you will be playing it for maaaany battles. When top Tier, you're an absolute beast in most cases. The other 13 Tier 8 heavies are sitting there laughing at you. The exhaust pipes are partially hollow but are on the thick side, but it is fine for a person like me. Just be warned of your giant R2D2 and rather weak against high pen shells turret armor.
Each type is good at different roles. It's a great crew trainer as well even my radio operator makes it through most matches with a large medkit installed for the passive effect and a spall liner , and it has the always fun benefit of being really, really heavy, and actually pretty fast. If you can see an enemy, it certainly can see you. Arty loves to shoot at these things, so you really want to do everything possible to address the consequences of arty rain. Also included is an addendum to the instruction that correct three mistakes there.
The tank was to be armed with a 107mm ZiS-6 gun in the large turret and a small turret on top with a machine gun and an additional machine gun turret at hull front right. With all things considered the gun is best for fighting tanks without a lot of armor. When bottom Tier, you're a lot less useful. This is one of the rare instances where the lower frontal plate is actually better armored due to the slope than the upper part of the plate. The drive sprockets come in two pieces with an additional two pieces making up the face of the sprocket. The rhomboid-shaped turret was of relatively large size.
The front face of the turret is rather monolithic with little holes? Therefore, if you encounter this tank, your best bet is to aim around the mantlet. When you get used to all the game staff, you are be able to decide what other type could be suitable for you. Biggest alpha damage of all tier8 premiums. Churchill proved to be almost invulnerable to this gun, mostly again because poor accuracy did not allow proper aiming for weakspots. Yeah, it is an impressive looking beast once its build but it has too many flaws. You will feel the full extent of that aiming time, even with a Vertical Stabilizer.
I hope this guide was helpful! Yesterday, a bunch of guys with access to special accounts that have this tank took this vehicle for a spin to test what it can do. The 107mm gun is made out of turned metal and looks great with good milling. Your view range of 350m is also at the bottom for tier 8 tanks and is a huge drawback. It underwent field trials in January—February 1941. It's really a heavy tank in a small medium hull which makes you less attractive to arty. The view range and camo are non-existent. However, its standard round's pen is quite bad, so you may find yourself having to fire a bunch of gold, which can make money with a premium account, but not much.
It has a hatch on top, it has numerous flat areas, it has giant flat area on the middle of the gun mantlet, and the cheeks are also weak. If you do, you'll win Gold, Boosters, and Premium Time. You do have to use the tank properly however, as the armor still has its downsides. Aiming well is essential if you want to hit, let alone penetrate. However, it struggles greatly against heavily armoured tier 9 tanks such as the E 75 and Conqueror.
You can't angle the turret without exposing a giant weakpoint, and you have no effective armor more than 200mm in 85% of the turret. The engine deck has louvers for cooling and air intake but they are molded solid however, on another hand there are armored covers for the louvers with nice photo etched screens on them. Whilst this may seem decent, the fact that the tank is so tall means that it has trouble aiming at lower profile vehicles, lower plates, etc. If production would have started it probably would have shared a few more components as following the normal Soviet tank doctrine. It can make good credits if you play well in it. It earns a lot of credits because shells are cheap, assuming you don't abuse gold ammo.
Mantlet area of the turret is almost impossible to penetrate by tier 5 and 6 weapons, but the turret plate orange area proved to be very vulnerable. If you face with opponents with lower level, you have nothing to worry about. Gun The gun is not actually historical and quite poor to boot. Hello fellow redditors, With the anniversary upon us I was looking at getting a tier 8 premium heavy, however none are on sale. Next up are the track tensioners they are two pieces with three more to make up the suspension and the tension mechanism.