But so far with 51 fights I have a 57% win rate and a horrendous 33% survival. Like the 120mm antiaircraft gun from which it was developed, the T53 cannon used separated ammunition. But now it's done and hear it is. After recording data on 150 battles i have made a chart to help you track it's money making All of these earning are based on winning games. The prototypes were used in field trials. This guide will break the T34 down into firepower, mobility, armor, and other stats. I have more guides with links to them on my profile as well.
The only thing the T34 has over this tank is bigger alpha damage and higher penetration! In Tier X matches, it is best to hang back behind your higher tier heavies and play in a supporting role. I do love the bonus to silver earnings and haven't had a victory that netted me less than 80k with holiday premium of course silver. The number one way to play this tank is hull down, that is, to hid your hull behind a hill, ridge, or dead tank and only have your strong turret exposed to the enemy. T34 is known for its great gun depression -10 deg. Equipment Rammer 10% faster reload Vertical Stabilizer 20% reduction of aiming circle size Gun Laying Drive 10% faster aiming when stationary With so many battles in this tank, my thoughts on equipment have changed and currently everything I do is about limiting the slow reload and aim time.
Also, its gun alone actually puts it on a tier viii td level. I, and indeed most folks who run the T34, find it very rewarding and entertaining. You can damage any tier 10 with correct aiming. Can you do one of those sometime? If you purchase a product after clicking an affiliate link, I receive a small percentage of the sale for referring you, at no extra cost to you. The high alpha and high penetration combo means that you will never face a tank even tier 10s that you cannot damage in some way from the front. To prevent the flarebacks, a bore scavenging system was developed using compressed air to sweep out the gun tube before the breech opened.
Developed in 1945 as a modernization of the T30 heavy tank. And as a long-range sniper, of course, the mobility advantage means nothing. Mobility Gone are the days of a T34 capable of relocating around the map with general ease and now the T34 is more of a slug. Specifically, the mismatch in crew values caused by commander's 10% crew skill bonus. Even dropping the time down to 2.
You are asking for a heavy tank gun to match a tank destroyer's gun. These flarebacks were caused by unburned powder gases in the gun tube being sucked back into the turret by the pumping action of the ejected cartridge case. As it stands, I am enjoying it, but mostly enjoying that 120. Only good thing about that tank is the turret and penetration. Thus, the ammunition stowage in the T34 was similar to that in the T29 and tanks, which used the same type of round.
If you are the top tank you want to take a route that puts you in the best spot to dish out damage without taking away the option to return to base if the other flank collapses quickly. Recap Overall the T-34-3 is a great premium tank first and is a great tier 8 medium second. That doesn't mean it has to be or that it should be. In short, the T34 has very strong strengths, and crippling weaknesses. Of course the obvious complaints are it is too slow and the hull armor is garbage, but if you can hull down this thing and follow as a support tank you can do great work with it. In that case, American heavies fall in midrange combat. I own the T34 myself and I love it.
T34 without the 120mm is terrible, but not totally worthless. For equipment you will want to use a gun rammer, vertical stabilizer, and a gun laying drive. They could atleast increase it to 2000. To prevent your cupola from being your down fall, wiggle your tank and turret between shots to make it hard to hit. It's the same old tank with a bigger gun, a gun that can't possibly bridge the performance gulf between it and the other T9's. Although the was temporarily redesignated as a heavy tank for morale purposes, it clearly did not provide an answer to the problem. Cannot began to count all the times I have double tracked tanks in the t34 and have that double tracking shot do no damage.
Its turret front is covered mostly by 190mm thick armor with the weaker hatches on top being protected by 120mm of armor. You need golds in Tier 10 fights with taht 248mm pen gun? With out premium, one could break even easily or make a small amount. The main counters the the T34 are highly mobile tanks that can zip around without you being capable of shooting them and artillery. In reality, the vehicle is a slower but harder hitting T29. The turret on the other hand is very strong allowing you to hide your weak hull armor and only expose the turret. Although too late for the war for which they were designed, they provided invaluable service in developing these components for later tanks.
Situational awareness, recon and coated optics. As an interesting note, the rounds for this gun weighed 50 lbs a piece. So, you need to move slowly, wait for your enemies to appear within your gun sight and shoot from a safe distance. At first I was worried that this was a small number of shells, but the rate of fire is slow and I've never had an issue. The exact frontal armor thickness.