Discussion in 'Quiz Me!' started by Mahross, Aug 5, 2003.
2.75 inches at 0 degrees
Come on TA, answer the quiz....
Sorry. Although I don't buy this, the manual says the 57mm recoilless HEAT round penetrates 11".
Since my questions seem not to generate alot of excitment, I will turn it over to FramerT as the last poster instead....
To you Tom.
Your questions are simply too demanding.
Look who's talking!! Your Polish question lasted 26 days.
And my questions do??? You caught me with no question so anyone feel free to post one before I get back.
At least I learn something from your question T. A. Gardner! Well actually I learn from most...
Where you off to StuG-Boy?
I gotta question.
Anyone seen where I put my house keys?
Had to fix dinner,and those spam-burgers did'nt go over too good. My tummy hurts now. The quiz is still anybody's.
Ok lets see here what grain bullets did the US army use for 30-06?
5-0-duce, does TA have the correct answer?
What's with the duce?
Unless TA objects,I suppose you can have a go Knightmove.
Fine with me unless you guys want some question on the stroke length of a Allison engine or some other such minutia.....
Well then, an easy one to keep the quiz going:
List at least 6 beasts of prey that were used to (nick)name tanks in WW2.
Tiger, Panther, Lynx (luchs), Puma (not per se a "tank" but close), Leopard (5cm turret on the Lynx version), Alligator (US LVT 5(a)).
Some animal names that don't meet the requirements:
Wolverine (not a beast of prey)
Elephant (not a beast of prey)
Rhinocerous (not a beast of prey)
Cricket (german..Grille) (insect)
Mouse (maus) (not a beast of prey)
Crow (Marder) (bird)
Tortitse (sp) (not a beast of prey)
Weasel (not a beast of prey, not a "tank")
Bison (not a beast of prey)
Firefly[insect]......who had a Leopard in WWII? Thought it was a modern day tank.
The Leopard was a Pz IIL Lynx with a modified Puma turret installed on it. Only a few were made.
Why are insects no beasts of prey? I would deem wasp and hornet right.
You could also have mentioned the Grizzly (Canadian Sherman), the Brummbär and the Crocodile. The wolverine is also a beast of prey. Further, Marder does not mean crow, but marten.
It's T. A.'s turn again.