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baptank #1 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 11:58

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Here is another thing I can't figure out. Maybe somebody else in same boat.
Trying to decide if I should purchase a 75mm M3L/37 to replace my 75mm M2.
Now I know it's not real money but that is not the point.
The specs on the M3l appear to be the same except for an increase of 2 in penetration.
Even more importantly if anybody has a reason to replace where did you get the info ?

_Luna #2 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 12:15

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The M3L/37 has a 4 round per minute increase in the rate of fire.

Mattdude77 #3 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 13:08

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Besides the penetration increase it also reloads faster as some one stated above. In my opinion it's worth it.

baptank #4 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 16:36

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Thanks for your input all.
I am looking in Tankopedia and it has the rate of fire as 18.02 for both of them.
I would agree that 4 rpm is worth it .
Where did y'all see the stats.

sampak #5 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 17:01

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View Postbaptank, on Dec 19 2011 - 16:36, said:

Thanks for your input all.
I am looking in Tankopedia and it has the rate of fire as 18.02 for both of them.
I would agree that 4 rpm is worth it .
Where did y'all see the stats.

In the game, on the research screen, you know you can right click and then click View Characteristics, on all the components and tank pictures, right? :) Rounds per minute speed, accuracy, aim time, damage, penetration, tank's hp, armor, traverse speed, weight limit etc. etc.

Also on the bottom part of the screen just below the SERVICE button, the bar that shows all components currently equipped on your tank, can also be right-clicked and you can view their exact specs as they apply to your tank. By that I mean some guns may list "13-15" RPM, but on your tank it may only fire 13 RPM or 15 RPM or 14 RPM, so right clicking the modules/items from the bottom bar help clear up confusion that way.

baptank #6 Posted Dec 19 2011 - 17:19

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Got it sampack

So in short I guess we could say there is much more detailed info available in the garage.
If you think about it, thats the way it should be.




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