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Is ths true about the T-54?


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minneerminneer #61 Posted Jul 16 2018 - 20:47

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When I ground through the t54 I was still a noob and refused to fire much premium but now adays I would bring 10-15 gold round then the rest ap.  The 201 pen gun works just fine you just need to aim and have decent positioning.

LT_Moon #62 Posted Jul 16 2018 - 21:20

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View Postxperiment2g, on Jul 12 2018 - 16:52, said:

 

Intuition only works on the reload. So, whatever you already have in the chamber won't be affected.  If it changed the pre-loaded shell to the most effective, that would be something.  The way it works now its kind of useless.

 

View Postjmyork, on Jul 12 2018 - 16:56, said:

 

That's not how intuition works.  It has a small percentage to instantly switch ammo types when YOU choose to change round type in the breech. It doesn't pick your type of round for you.  

 

Bummer.... I guess I am wasting one skill :( But still curious. Never had this skill in any crew member. 

spud_tuber #63 Posted Jul 16 2018 - 22:33

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View PostDeputy276, on Jul 16 2018 - 13:09, said:

 

If there is, I sure don't know how. I tried the comparison thing but that didn't show shell cost. And the D-54 gun is only used on the T-54 tank. *snip*

Go to store->store->shells.  Select "USSR" from the nation drop down, the "all guns" radio button, and the "High-Explosive" checkbox.  Unselect the "show all special offers checkbox.  Then check any ~100mm shells until you find the one that says it's compatible with the D-54.  Not straightforward, and a bit of clutzing about, but does work.  Looked up the Brit 183 AP shell from my client using the same technique to be sure it would work.

 

The one you're looking for is the UOF-412B, fyi, and it cost 1,170 credits.






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