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Дата: 02.08.2021 07:22:28
Craig234, on Aug 02 2021 - 03:12, said: How often is aiming device really a choice for a tank?
Draschel: Depends the tank. More often than not, a few certain examples are narrowed out. A) Bad dispersion TD with turrets, without access to stabilizer Charioteer, Conway, FV, Hellcat, T78, M56, T30, 110E4, Skorpion G, Grille. These vehicles have good accuracy, but are plagued by horrendous dispersion soft stats that constantly bloom their reticle with even the slightest of traverse. Gun laying drive does not help this. And since no vertical stabilizer, in order to stack with rotation mechanism, only ventilation and aiming class also boost dispersion. B) Campy high camo TD which bush up and fire all game, at 500m distances. Not really in use here for dispersion control, but rather to maximize accuracy. TD like Grille, S1, Strv, E25, M56 C) Vehicles with poor DPM, that can afford to take the DPM penalty to gain utility in extra gun control. For instance, a tank like Lowe, T34 heavy, KV4 Kresl, T77, Hellcat have extremely poor DPM. No matter what you do, maximizing their rate of fire, still won't give them respectable DPM. Yet with smart usage, they can positively trade with alpha damage, if provided better tuning up in gun control D) Autoloaders. While stabilizer and rotator, are far more important for autoloaders, some examples like Skoda T25, Strv m57, GSOR cannot fit a stabilizer. Debatable over what you take, a gun layer or aiming class, but in situations with bad overall accuracy, yet extremely good soft dispersion stats (703,Bourat) aiming class helps remedy that problem E) Derper tanks. Tanks like Buigi, oho, OI, KV2, SU152, Type 5, Sheridan can have horrendous derp gun accuracy. Aiming class helps dispersion, while also boosting their accuracy, something stabilization can't do on its own