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It's no Lowe, that's for sure...

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24_inch_pythons #1 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 00:42

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 But the Maurbrecher can hold its own when you can control the engagement. That gun is pretty decent too. Like the armor it's not quite up to Lowe standards, but it's solid.

http://wotreplays.eu/site/4725242#stats



Omega_Weapon #2 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 00:45

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As soon as they sell it without the silly graffiti paint job, I'll pick one up.

24_inch_pythons #3 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 00:48

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 I don't understand why they don't make all these "special" skins on premiums removable. I'd leave it on, but yeah, what's the harm in letting someone do what they want with the paint on their tank? Are their feelings going to be hurt if someone takes off the skin job?

Omega_Weapon #4 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 00:56

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I bought the Mutz years ago and was totally dumbfounded that I couldn't remove those smeared bird droppings from the turret side and apply camo of my own liking. Since then I have avoided purchasing any of the premiums with permanent clown skins.

Sink_Stuff #5 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 01:20

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View Post24_inch_pythons, on Jan 11 2019 - 23:48, said:

 I don't understand why they don't make all these "special" skins on premiums removable. I'd leave it on, but yeah, what's the harm in letting someone do what they want with the paint on their tank? Are their feelings going to be hurt if someone takes off the skin job?

 

what gets me is calling the same tank by a different name only because of its paint job. And I agree. Let the customer buying it make the customization choice for it. Are you driving the tank I bought wargaming? No, I am.

RoIito #6 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 01:20

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View Post24_inch_pythons, on Jan 11 2019 - 18:48, said:

 I don't understand why they don't make all these "special" skins on premiums removable. I'd leave it on, but yeah, what's the harm in letting someone do what they want with the paint on their tank? Are their feelings going to be hurt if someone takes off the skin job?

 

Because they need more money, that's why the unskinned versions are different tanks.



Chillum #7 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 05:36

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Speak to my amx 57 F with its stupid wargaming.net on the side of the turret and that's it...…...

commander42 #8 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 06:40

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its very situational but it can have some good games, the weakspots all over kill the tank.

ZeBilly #9 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 17:21

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View PostChillum, on Jan 11 2019 - 21:36, said:

Speak to my amx 57 F with its stupid wargaming.net on the side of the turret and that's it...…...

 

and my M 41 90mm GF =/





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