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Like I said there is no Ausf.F2, and the onlt difference is the name. I am not sure when the Panzer IV Ausf.G first saw combat in the East, but at the beginning of the Summer offensive on June 28 1942 there were 135 Panzer IV Ausf.Gs with units of Army Group South.Lexxx wrote:Bryson,
Isn't there slight differences between the Ausf F2 and Ausf G varients? It was my understanding that the Ausf G had slight thicker turret armour and winter combat modifications.
Do you know when the Ausf F2 first saw combat on the Russian Front?
The difference between the Ausf.G and its predecessor the Ausf.F was:Lexxx wrote:Bryson,
So would I be correct if I state the only difference between the Ausf F1 and the Ausf F2 or G is the main gun?
There is no Ausf.F2, the F2 and Ausf.G are the same tank, the only difference is the name.von_noobie wrote:plus the IV ausf G had a optional armour plate of 30mm, and to go into detail the PzKpfw IV Ausf. F2 carried more ammo for the secondary gun, 3192 bullets, and PzKpfw IV Ausf. F2 had a hull lenght of 6.63 m while the IV ausf G had a hull lenght of 6.62 and the IV ausf G had 500 more kg of weight, i also think the sights were different not sure thought
hehehe...That's an entirely different thread, and it's already been hit!von_noobie wrote:oh!! ok damn authors and internet sites,