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Old 06 May 12, 22:16
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In a vehicle with a rotating turret the hull mg is not really needed, the coax is. The roof .50 was loved by US troops because it's a .50, and that makes it near unto the Lord as far as many Americans are concerned. On a non turreted ag or td a bow gun probably much more useful than on a tank, and some of those vehicles had them fitted or retrofitted in later marks. (Elefant, Sturmpanzer IV, etc.).
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