I begin to put your tables in SASL form and i have somme question regading your works.Thanks! I would like to clean it up and put it on a nicely colored sheet, but I don't have the time or the skill. If anyone else wants though, feel free.
1: That is actually a mistake. What should have been written is, 6/41 for the BA-20 and 7/41 for the bt-7 which means, 06/1941 and 07/1941-12/1941 respectivelyHello,
I begin to put your tables in SASL form and i have somme question regading your works.
the first is
when you write by example AFV 1941 DR 52-53 :
01/41 BA-20-tr do you mean from 01 194102/41 BT-7r do you mean for the rest of 1941 Year or Just for 02 1941 ?
All other questions are about the N5: Gun Tables
for 1942 Outside DR 65
dr 1-5 150 ARTdr 6 01/07/42 20L ATR8/42 50L ATwhat do you mean, check in a first time the dice if is 1-5 -> 150 ART ( without date restriction )
if it 6 AND date is 01/07 1942 -> got an 20 L ATR but if it's 6 but the date not match we got anything ?
if the date is After 08/1942 without dice determination
for 1943 outside DR 66
on the 4th line you write
dr6 dr1-3 76L AA why 2 dr 6 and 1-3 i presume its a mistake
same thing with 1945 outside DR 65
and there are some misorder line for example 1944 outside DR 64
dr 1-2 01-06/44 90* ART07/44 20 L ATRdr 3-4 01/44 105 ART H/33gdr 5-6 105 ART H/37
07/44 20 L ATRdr 1-2 01-06/44 90* ARTdr 3-4 01/44 105 ART H/33gdr 5-6 105 ART H/37if in 01/44 roll dice dr 1-2 is in same month as the first line ?so i realy appreciate your work and it's just couple of question to make it better
would you that i add you copyright before to post here ? if yes what could it be ?
Regards from france
|64||dr 1-2 1-6/44 90* ART|
|7/44 20L ATR|
|dr 3-4 1/44 20l ATR|
|2/44 105 ART H/33g|
|dr 5-6 105 ART H/37|
You're right. However the line 63-65 is for the 75 AT as it is slightly rarer. I'll get that fixed.One query (possible typo). In the Inside Gun tables for 44 and 45, entries 63-65 are for the 75L AT, which is also earlier in the table. I suspect this might be intended to be the 75 AT (the PstK/97-38 model) instead.
But huge thanks for doing this; it has been put to good use!