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BM-8-24 amphibious?
Fritz-KempfDate: Sunday, 2012-08-26, 2:39 PM | Message # 1
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Built on the T-40 amphibious light tank, is the BM-8-24 amphibious? Ingame not, but in true???

 
VanoDate: Sunday, 2012-08-26, 7:19 PM | Message # 2
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I have not found information about the ability of amphibian conservation in the BM-8-24.
But I assume that the possibility of movement in the water, she lost.
Signs that make think so:
- Installation contains a new landing gear, not coming in for repair from the front. Floating version of the T-40 were produced before July 1941. A launcher is released from the end of 1941.
- Weight gain
- This rocket launcher, not a tank. Therefore, it requires a different technique to provide the same opportunity to swim
- Launcher in its history was put on several bases. First on the body of the T-40, T-60 and then, and then a different car chassis. As can be seen there was no need for floating launcher. Extra equipment, without the need to swim is usually removed.

P.S. Sorry for my bad English
 
Fritz-KempfDate: Monday, 2012-08-27, 0:50 AM | Message # 3
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I get it!!! Its ok! The BM-8-24 are built on T-40 and T60 chassis. The BM-8-24 ingame is built on the T-60 chassis.

 
VanoDate: Monday, 2012-08-27, 5:35 AM | Message # 4
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Unfortunately in the game it is based on the Su-76, which is based on the T-70.
 
Fritz-KempfDate: Thursday, 2012-08-30, 2:30 PM | Message # 5
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Yes indeed.

 
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