The rest is around 80mm or more. Late production vehicles had cast glacis detail. I did completely upgrade it though as much of the equipment is used on the churchill. The remaining 32 were retained for training. A larger turret with a loader position added was used in some of the 2-pounder versions, but the position had to be removed again in variants with larger guns.
Surviving Vehicles Around 40 Valentine tanks, and vehicles based on the Valentine chassis, survive. Both Valentines are Tier 4 tanks. Behind the driver was a bulkhead that formed another hull cross-member and separated him from the fighting compartment. Trials started in 1942 and it showed that the gas-operated system was better. That means you need to time your attacks carefully, and have cover to protect you during the reload. Although criticised for its low speed and weak gun, the Valentine was liked due to its small size, reliability and good armour protection. All winners, besides Grand Prize Winner, will receive one of the prizes specified in the table above.
Turret rotation was by electric motor under the gunner's control with a hand-wheel for manual backup. These differences are taken into account in tooltip boxes. The development team tried to match the lower weight of a cruiser tank allowing the suspension and transmission parts of the A10 heavy cruiser to be used and coupled this with the greater armor of an infantry tank. A total of 3,782 vehicles were sent to the Soviet Union, with some lost at sea during transport to Murmansk. Late production vehicles had cast detail, along with more use of cast sections instead of fabricated ones. Also, the first turret can let you aim down nearly twice as far as the seccond! You may need to rely on premium shells and allies to aid you in battle. Pros and Cons Pros: - Very durable: has decent hit points pool and reasonable armor.
Overall I like the tank, the gun depression is very poor as said above so that's a bit frustrating but on the upside is the fact that the gun is mounted quite up on the flimsy blast shield so if you can get behind solid cover, like a flat ridge, there's very little poking out. The engines don't look like they'd help much so I'm skipping them. And now, believe it or not, i've been using the 2 pounder. The Soviet Union conducted various modifications to the original Valentine tank, including the installation of the 45 mm F-95 gun with a modified turret, additional Applique armor plating on the front of the vehicle, and improved spurs to increase the performance of the Valentine in the snow. Our goal here was to have a mini marathon hence the name and its short duration that newer players can also complete, which is why we went for a lower tier tank. Only did ok one out of the 4 games in howitzer before i binned it in disgust. This cost a weight increase of half a ton on the 2.
The heavy british line gets at least 1 gun that the tier above it's medium can use. The Russian version, based on the lend-lease vehicles shipped over during the war, is a premium tank and usually costs 1,000 gold, but is now just 300. All tanks carried the radio in the turret rear. Hi, I'm grinding down the Valentine line and got the upgraded turret and the qf 6 pdr. The War Office was initially deterred by the size of the turret, since they considered a turret crew of three necessary to free the vehicle commander from direct involvement in operating the gun. Still need to try it out though. And how we used to blow things up together on the battlefield? Performance is also quite sluggish going uphill.
The giveaway created and sponsored by Nicklasos. The Valentine has a very short profile, giving it the option of going for stealth, if desired. A larger turret, with a loader position added, was used in some of the 2-pounder versions, but the position had to be removed again in variants with larger guns. And i'd say it's the best gun right now lol. Unlike the Alecto and T82, it's very slow while having very little armor. So if anyone is interested, here's a bad player's generally positive view on this tank.
The 6-pdr you're firing so fast there's no opportunity to get to cover before you're reloaded so why even bother? I'm not really qualified to vote as I haven't played with the howitzer, but am getting some good results with the 6 pounder. I didnt find the load time to bad with a 90% crew useing the 6pnd. To give more space inside, the gun was replaced with a dummy. Working to a specification for a 60 mm 2. I wonder if it's intentional or a glitch. Though it had slightly shorter range, it was quieter and highly reliable.
Published by Harkonnen Tank Nut and Gamer Wannabe! If the valentine could go 45kph it would be a neat little tank, probably a bit overpowered, but as it stands, you take ages to get anywhere and you don't have the staying power to resist enemies when you do get to where you need to go. A Valentine tank which was captured by the Germans in 1942 and used by them until it was knocked out, February 1943 The Valentine shared the common weakness of the British tanks of the period, its 2-pounder gun lacked high-explosive anti-personnel ammunition and soon became outdated as an anti-tank weapon. Valentine's Day, 14 February 1940, although some sources say that the design was submitted on 10 February. New Zealand Armour in the Pacific 1939—45. It's only slightly worse than the 6 lber mark 5 and I got a couple good games in on my Crusader and Valentine before unlocking the better gun.
The matilda will annihilate you. The longer 'face' of it gives more 'cheek' area to shoot at. The tank's small dimensions help a little, but your low mobility still puts you at risk against sniping tank hunters and artillery. Trials started in 1942 and showed that the gas-operated system was better. It has areas of 60mm, but there are also significant parts that are much thinner that people will hit even by autoaiming. It was all about expectance of mine. Use this link and get 100 free entries at Give.