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  1. Vinnie

    Quick question about seeing wire at night...

    Shellholes are not fortifications so the exclusion would not apply to them. They are terrain (like rubble) and visible unless an SSR specifies otherwise.
  2. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    The Polish version of this gun, mounted in a tank has HE. But neither the Polish nor the Axis Minor ATG version is shown as having HE. Of course, this is just taken from Chapter H
  3. Vinnie

    "As Luck Would Have It" SSR 2 foxholes as rout and rally terrain

    Most recent W/O pack. I think but might be SK4
  4. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    Given I'd not come across this in my research, it's worth adding to the notes for others to use.
  5. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    That's good to know. Add it as an additional note? "Following thrir replacement with 2-pounders in line units, tgese guns were transfered to the LRDG. If the Bofors 37 AT is being used by the LRDG, the gun has HE9."
  6. Vinnie

    How will the Croix de Guerre reprint treat the Free French?

    You are not mistaken. Nite tgat I haven't reached proofing for these guys yet.
  7. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    4a. Bofors 37 AT: A number of Swedish m/34 (Axis Minor Ordnance Note 2) ordered by Anglo-Egyptian Sudan were adopted as Ordnance QF 37mm Mk I. It was used until sufficient numbers of the 2-pounder guns were available. See also British Ordnance Note N, R, & BG
  8. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    60c. Skink(a): Tank AA, 20 mm Quad, "Skink" was a Canadian self-propelled anti-aircraft gun, developed in 1943-44, in response to a requirement from the First Canadian Army. Due to a lack of threat from the German Luftwaffe, the "Skink" was cancelled in 1944 after only 3 were built. From 6...
  9. Vinnie

    BG48 Counters: SVC L40, PM L40, & AS 42 bb

    17a AS 42 bb: This was an AS42(Italian Vehicle Note 17) converted to carry a Cannone da 47/32 AT gun (Italian Ordnance Note 5) en protee. † All versions of the AS 42 are termed Scout Cars in deference to their historical role. However, they are considered trucks for all purposes [EXC: see...
  10. Vinnie

    BG48 Counters: SVC L40, PM L40, & AS 42 bb

    16a PM L40: The Portamunizioni L40 was designed to to act as an ammunition carrier in cinjunction with the SMV M41M da 90/53 (Italian Vehicle Note 16). † Ammunition carried by this vehicle only takes up 4PP regardless of calibre. See also Italian Vehicle Notes BG.
  11. Vinnie

    BG48 Counters: SVC L40, PM L40, & AS 42 bb

    15a SVC L40: This was the command version of the L6/40 (Italian Vehicle Note 6). The turret was removed and replaced with a superstructure containing high powered radios. † Certain of these vehicles had an extra machine gun mounted on the superstructure. See also Italian Vehicle Notes BG.
  12. Vinnie

    BG Counters 47: SVC M40, SMC M41, & StuG IIIG (g)

    13a StuG IIIG (g): Three StuG Ausf.Gs (German Vehicle Note 34) were given to the Italian Army in May 1943. They were to be used in the 1st Blackshirt Armoured Division. See also Italian Vehicle Notes BG.
  13. Vinnie

    BG Counters 47: SVC M40, SMC M41, & StuG IIIG (g)

    12b SMC M41: The Semovente Commando M41 was a turretless version of the M13/41 (Italian Vehicle Note 9) equipped with powerful long range radios. † certain vehicles of this type had an additional machine gun mounted in a forward facing mount on the turret ring. † Use 2 to kill rolls as...
  14. Vinnie

    BG Counters 47: SVC M40, SMC M41, & StuG IIIG (g)

    12a SVC M40: The Semovente Commando M40 was a turretless version of the M13/40 (Italian Vehicle Note 8) equipped with powerful long range radios. † certain vehicles of this type had an additional machine gun mounted in a forward facing mount on the turret ring. † Use 2 to kill rolls as...
  15. Vinnie

    BG Counters 46: Pz IIIN(g), Pz IVH(g), & T-34 M41 (r)

    10b T-34 M41 (r): This vehicle (Russian Vehicle Note 14) was captured and reused by the 62th Gruppo of the 120th Regimento d'Artigleria in Southern Russia. See also Italian Vehicle Notes BG.
  16. Vinnie

    BG Counters 46: Pz IIIN(g), Pz IVH(g), & T-34 M41 (r)

    10a Pz IVH(g): As with the Pz III N (Italian Vehicle Note 8a) these vehicles wereto equip the 1st Blackshirt Armoured. 12 were supplied. See also German Vehicle Note 24. See also Italian Vehicle Notes BG.
  17. Vinnie

    BG Counters 46: Pz IIIN(g), Pz IVH(g), & T-34 M41 (r)

    8a Pz IIIN(g): This represents Panzer II N (German Vehicle Note 16). While never used by the Italian army itself, some were supplied to the 1st Blackshirt Armoured (1a Divisione Corazzata Camicie Nere 'M')created in 1943. This formation was equipped with 12 Panzer III N. See also Italian...
  18. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    4a Bofors 37 AT: A number of Swedish m/34 (Axis Minor Ordnance Note 2) ordered by Anglo-Egyptian Sudan were adopted as Ordnance QF 37 mm Mk I. It was used until sufficient numbers of the 2 pounder guns were available. See also British Ordnance Note N, R, & BG
  19. Vinnie

    BG Counters 45: Skink(a), 6pdr Portee, & Bofors 37 AT:

    77a 6pdr Portee: This represents a 3 ton lorry with an OQF 6 pounder (British Ordnance Note 6) mounted en portee as per British Ordnace )Note B. † This truck starts each scenario Inherently carrying (not towing) a 57L AT. While thusly mounted, the 57L serves as the Portees MA and is treated as a...
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