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Jagdstuger IV Tank Destroyer
Well, my fellow Military MOCists, i present to you, the Jagdstuger IV. This is the U.S.O.S.s newest tank destroyer. It is armed with a 76mm main gun, and a .50 cal machinegun. This Tank Destroyer has a Maximum of 40 miles on the road, and 20 on rougher terrain. Its crew consits of 3 men; the Driver, the gunner, and the commander. It is also capable of carrying 2 extra men in its storage bay on the back, this can also be used to store supplies. It has two headlights located next to the control port, for maximum light. Now, I got the name by obviously combining Jagdpanther and Stug. Two very cool German WWII Tank Destroyers. Remember to rate and comment
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The Jagdstuger against a Deadlus light Tank.






So, as always friends, remember to rate and comment on this, constructive criticism is also welcomed.



Comments

 I like it 
  February 25, 2014
it's very detailed and good looking..
 I made it 
  August 5, 2012
Quoting Dan Ibeling I like your experimentation with World War II tanks. I have sort of a tangent question, I didn't know where to put it. I see you download Matthew Sylvan's Fij-27 biplane. His download link doesn't like to the right file, and I was wondering if you have the correct file. I am trying to make a biplane in honor of my grandfather, and to use the Fij-27 for ideas to optimize.
Well for starters, Thanks, and Two; I didn't download any file, I just looked at pictures of different biplanes and made one, Its rather easy, this kinda shows a litlle bit of instructions for it, But sorry, I never downloaded a file, so cant help you there.
 I like it 
  August 5, 2012
I like your experimentation with World War II tanks. I have sort of a tangent question, I didn't know where to put it. I see you download Matthew Sylvan's Fij-27 biplane. His download link doesn't like to the right file, and I was wondering if you have the correct file. I am trying to make a biplane in honor of my grandfather, and to use the Fij-27 for ideas to optimize.
 I like it 
  June 15, 2012
Awesome Work! The machine gun on top of the tank is epic!
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  June 15, 2012
Awesome Work! The machine gun on top of the tank is epic!
 I like it 
  April 2, 2012
Nice destroyer, does it pierce 130mm armor? :O
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  April 2, 2012
Nice destroyer, does it pierce 130mm armor? :O
 I like it 
  April 2, 2012
Nice destroyer, does it pierce 130mm armor? :O
 I like it 
  January 24, 2012
Nice tank man!!!5/5
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  January 24, 2012
@Ultra. I'll try if i make a Jagdstuger V. @Dr. No, I think most German WW2 tank destroyers could only point in direction of tank.
 I like it 
  January 24, 2012
As a student of history, I'd have to say you're very accurate with the layout (at least close to the Hetzer) but not so much with the weaponry. 90mm is far too large for the size of this vehicle (only the M26 used a gun that large outside of actual artillery carriers). Most tank destroyers used 75-76mm guns and were just as effective. As far as suggestions, try as much as you can to color coordinate it (all one color, regardless of which it is). Also, trim it down, but make it larger by about 25-50%. Make sense?
 I like it 
  January 24, 2012
Looks nice! I'm not too fond of the gun only being able to aim in the direction the tank is moving, but otherwise its good.
 
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