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    Default Archive - GOOD LORD-The P. 1000 "Ratte" Land Cruis

    I would not want to see this tank coming down the road (hell both lanes of the autobahn) at me!!!!

    http://www.somethingawful.com/articles.php?a=1636

    http://www.panzerschreck.de/panzer/pzkpfw/p1000.html

    This thing is so big it's retarded. Good thing they never actually made it.

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    even the tank would be produced and put into front line, i dont think it would have much use for the army though, first of all, the tank is so big, so the engine must be eating a lot of oil and therefore cutting travel range a lot. The tank itself is not fast so mobility is very low. Plus the cannon itself is strong, but it might take a long time to reload (for example, korean 170mm tank took 5 mins before it can shoot again)
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    WOW
    Check this American Experimental tank, dont want to see it coming down the road either. http://www.military.cz/panzer/index_en.htm

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    lol,it's almost like a damn Warhammer 40000 tank!

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    Maybe they are trying to compensate for something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm
    Maybe they are trying to compensate for something
    HAHA

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    If i have to choose, i rather have JS-3 tank:P
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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    If i have to choose, i rather have JS-3 tank:P
    Uh I think this thing can roll over your JS-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm
    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    If i have to choose, i rather have JS-3 tank:P
    Uh I think this thing can roll over your JS-3
    thats for sure. Who would of ever thought of making such a big tank? What is its use in battle? Most likely it had a slow turning rate, and so a russian T-34 medium tank could probably take this thing out if it got behind it.

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    Acutally S.A.M. if you look at that second link you can see that it has a rear mounted gun. Assuming that you could angle it down far enough you could take out the T-34. Which would need at least 6 shots minium to take out all the tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm
    Acutally S.A.M. if you look at that second link you can see that it has a rear mounted gun. Assuming that you could angle it down far enough you could take out the T-34. Which would need at least 6 shots minium to take out all the tracks.
    yeah, but in every 1 big giant tank you build, the russians are able to produce six T-34/85 in the same period, so acutally in battlefield, its not one on one, its about 5 to 1, haha 8)
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    Yea but im sure this thing could handle quite a few T-34's and whatever else thrown at it. Of course its not completely unstoppable. But sure would cause alot of problems and would be fun to watch if your not on the receving end.

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    Speaking about what was actually built by Germans pls check the Maus:
    http://www.wwiivehicles.com/html/ger...eavy/maus.html
    http://www.wwiivehicles.com/html/ger...us_photos.html
    One of them is displayed in Kubinka Tank Museum in Russia: http://www.tankmuseum.ru/p6.html (check N17 picture)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm
    Acutally S.A.M. if you look at that second link you can see that it has a rear mounted gun. Assuming that you could angle it down far enough you could take out the T-34. Which would need at least 6 shots minium to take out all the tracks.
    Ya thats true but how do you get that big thing in the battlefield? It would never operate in forests and swampy lakes etc. And it would take ages to get there. It might be usefull in N africa, if they made it before 1943.

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    I think it would be more of a moveable bunker more than a tank. I cant really see this thing being very pracitcal.

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