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The StuG III Ausf. G is equivalent to 109G-6, however ... it goes beyond that. Of the 9400 StuG units produced, 8400 were of the G version. So it has some production stages that have different details, the initial, medium and late production ... This collector could cover the initial and medium productions or all, with the necessary modifications

StuG gparticipated in almost every battle in Germany from 1943, including Kursk and Tunisia to Normandy and even Berlin

 

Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. G tank destroyer specification

Creator/User: Germany
Denomination: Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. G
Number produced (StuG III) : 9408

Length: 6,85 m
Width: 2,95 m
Height: 2,16 m
Weight: 23,900 kg
Maximum speed: 40 km/h
Operational range: 155 km

Main armament: one 7,5 cm StuK 40 L/48 gun (54 rounds)
Secondary armament: one 7,92 mm MG 34 machine gun (600 rounds)

Engine: Maybach HL 120 TRM V12, 296 hp (221 kW)
Consumption: 260 liters per 100 kilometers

Crew: 4 (commander, driver, gunner, loader)

 

Stug3G-AbtPzGrenDv-Totenkopf-Ku.png

StuG III Ausf.G from the Abt. Jagdpanzer Grenadier Division “Totenkopf”, Kursk, summer 1943

His front armor is good with a thickness of 80mm and the gun, similar to the Panzer IV asuf.G is good enough to face the Allied tanks, even in advanced stages of the war

 

It can be a good tank for someone who wants to play German and wants to have an experience with the Tank Crew using a collector

This tank is already expected by many people, it is certainly popular as it really was in WWII

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7 hours ago, LUZITANO said:

The StuG III Ausf. G is equivalent to 109G-6, however ... it goes beyond that. Of the 9400 StuG units produced, 8400 were of the G version. So it has some production stages that have different details, the initial, medium and late production ... This collector could cover the initial and medium productions or all, with the necessary modifications

StuG gparticipated in almost every battle in Germany from 1943, including Kursk and Tunisia to Normandy and even Berlin

 

Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. G tank destroyer specification

Creator/User: Germany
Denomination: Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. G
Number produced (StuG III) : 9408

Length: 6,85 m
Width: 2,95 m
Height: 2,16 m
Weight: 23,900 kg
Maximum speed: 40 km/h
Operational range: 155 km

Main armament: one 7,5 cm StuK 40 L/48 gun (54 rounds)
Secondary armament: one 7,92 mm MG 34 machine gun (600 rounds)

Engine: Maybach HL 120 TRM V12, 296 hp (221 kW)
Consumption: 260 liters per 100 kilometers

Crew: 4 (commander, driver, gunner, loader)

 

Stug3G-AbtPzGrenDv-Totenkopf-Ku.png

StuG III Ausf.G from the Abt. Jagdpanzer Grenadier Division “Totenkopf”, Kursk, summer 1943

His front armor is good with a thickness of 80mm and the gun, similar to the Panzer IV asuf.G is good enough to face the Allied tanks, even in advanced stages of the war

 

It can be a good tank for someone who wants to play German and wants to have an experience with the Tank Crew using a collector

This tank is already expected by many people, it is certainly popular as it really was in WWII

 

Only 3 StuG D and 4 StuG F/8 where used in the entire North Africa campaign (including Tunisia), the most common tank destroyers in North Africa where the Marder III, Panzerjager I, Semovente 47/32 and Semovente 75/18.

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17 minutes ago, ww2fighter20 said:

 

Only 3 StuG D and 4 StuG F/8 where used in the entire North Africa campaign (including Tunisia), the most common tank destroyers in North Africa where the Marder III, Panzerjager I, Semovente 47/32 and Semovente 75/18.

 

Is North Africa the next theater for TC? Lots of varied terrain without much dense forest, so makes sense.

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8 hours ago, cardboard_killer said:

 

Is North Africa the next theater for TC? Lots of varied terrain without much dense forest, so makes sense.

 

I don't know what will be the next theatre for Tank Crew (And if there would be one) but North Africa has some potentional options like El Alamein, Kasserine Pass, Mareth Line.

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A StuG in the next TC module or as a collector would be an insta buy for me. Don't know why but I love the design and think it would be really fun driving about in one.

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