C3.22 & Belgian Vehicle 14 - VCL Mk VI/c47(b)

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From my friend Robert Hammond:
In Chapter H, on page H134, Belgian Vehicle 14, VCL Mk VI/c47(b),
second note states, “This vehicle may not change VCA and fire its MA
during the same phase…”. Rule C3.22 allows a Gun, including a
vehicular Gun, to change it CA at the end of a firing phase so long
as it can still fire without using Intensive Fire.

QUESTION #1: May a non-turreted vehicle which has not fired change
its VCA at the end of the PFPh as per rule C3.22 so as to fire its
Gun in the AFPh?
Yes.

QUESTION #2: May a Belgian vehicle VCL Mk VI/c47(b) which has not
fired change its VCA at the end of the PFPh as per rule C3.22 so as
to fire its Gun in the AFPh
Yes,

OR is the PFPh and the AFPh counted as one phase for firing
purposes for this vehicle?
No.

QUESTION #3: May a Belgian vehicle VCL Mk VI/c47(b) which has not
fired change its VCA during the MPh so as to fire its Gun in the AFPh
OR is the MPh and the AFPh counted as one phase for firing
purposes for this vehicle?
It may change VCA as part of its MPh and fire in the AFPh.

....Perry
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