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How to Kill a Tiger

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There were many guides on how to take out Tiger tanks printed in the Red Army. I've shown two of them here, but this one is a lot more detailed.


Turret and upper hull side:
  • 45 mm model 1937 gun with a subcaliber shot from 200 meters.
  • 45 mm model 1937 gun with a subcaliber shot from 400 meters.
  • 57 mm gun with an armour piercing shell from 1000 meters.
  • 76 mm gun with a subcaliber shot from 400 meters.
  • 76 mm AA gun with an armour piercing shell from 300 meters.
  • 85 mm AA gun with an armour piercing shell from 1500 meters.
  • 122 mm gun with an armour piercing shell from over 1500 meters.
Tracks: artillery of all calibers with any type of shell. 

Front:
  • 76 mm gun with a subcaliber shot from point-blank range.
  • 85 mm AA gun with an armour piercing shell from 1000 meters.
  • 122 mm gun with an armour piercing shell from 1500 meters.
  • 76 and higher HE-fragmentation shells can break through the roof.


Gun: 45 or 57 mm guns: AP shell. Any other guns fire any shell from any range that can hit.

Back of the turret: same data as for the side of the turret.

Turret: anti-tank rifle to jam

Rear tracks: artillery of all calibers with any type of shell firing at any range that can hit.

Lower side:
  • 45 mm gun with a subcaliber shot from 300 meters.
  • 57 mm gun with an armour piercing shell: any distance.
  • 76 mm model 1942 (ZIS-3) gun and similar with a subcaliber shot from 500 meters.
  • 76 mm AA gun with an armour piercing shell from 500 meters.
  • 85 mm AA gun with an armour piercing shell from 2000 meters.
  • 122 mm model 1931 gun from any distance.





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