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Crew:

  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Driver
  • Gunner
  • Loader

Advantages:

  • Superb gun range for both of the guns
  • Widest gun arc out of all non-turreted arty (70 deg total), gun depression great for TD mode
  • Very good accuracy and damage
  • Second gun can fire AP rounds
  • Very high ammo count, even on second gun

Disadvantages:

  • Very slow, even for a SPG, weak engine hampers its mobility
  • Traverses are quite bad--lacks agility
  • Burst radius is unimpressive, but normal in comparison with other nations'' SPGs

Tank description:

The Pz.Sfl. IVb is a German tier 4 turreted self-propelled gun.An SPG prototype equipped with a 105-mm howitzer. The original variant was developed in 1939 by the Krupp company. In 1940, some changes were introduced to the project. The first two prototypes were manufactured by January 7, 1942. In the same year, the prototype series of 10 SPGs was produced: 6 vehicles entered service, while the other 4 were used by the Wehrmacht training units.The Pz.Sfl.IVb is an excellent SPG due its versatility, high ammo capacity and excellent gun elevation and depression, it also has an excellent camouflage factor and encompasses a serious threat to enemies, to top it off, it can even fire AP rounds which can easily penetrate the roof armor of the enemies and cause devastating effects, that is, if the shell manages to land on it, the downside of this SPG is the very long aim time and its very poor mobility.The Pz.Sfl. IVb leads to the Grille.

An SPG prototype equipped with a 105-mm howitzer. The original variant was developed in 1939 by the Krupp company. In 1940, some changes were introduced to the project. The first two prototypes were manufactured by January 7, 1942. In the same year, the prototype series of 10 SPGs was produced: 6 vehicles entered service, while the other 4 were used by the Wehrmacht training units.