Penetration Table for the Tiger I versus four Shermans Scenario (2D10)
Armour
in mm
Shell Type in mm
75 mm
L.41
APC
M72
75 mm
L.41
AP
M61
76 mm
L.52
APC
M9
76 mm
L.52
AP
M62
76 mm
L.52
APCBC
M93
17 pdr
L.58
APCBC
88 mm
L.56
AP
PzGr
88 mm
L.56
APCR
PzGr40
5 96 96 97 97 98 98 98 98
10 91 92 93 94 96 95 95 96
15 86 88 89 91 93 92 92 94
20 81 84 85 88 91 89 89 92
25 76 79 81 84 88 87 86 90
30 71 75 77 81 86 84 84 88
35 66 71 73 78 84 81 81 86
40 61 67 69 75 81 78 78 84
45 56 62 65 71 79 75 75 82
50 51 58 61 68 76 73 72 80
55 46 54 57 65 74 70 69 78
60 41 50 53 62 72 67 67 76
65 36 45 49 59 69 64 64 74
70 31 41 45 55 67 61 61 72
75 26 37 41 52 64 59 58 70
80 21 33 38 49 62 56 54 68
85 16 28 34 46 60 53 52 66
90 11 24 30 42 57 50 50 64
95 6 20 26 39 55 47 47 62
100 1 16 22 36 52 45 44 60
105 12 18 33 50 42 41 58
110 7 14 30 48 39 38 56
115 3 10 26 45 36 36 54
120 6 23 43 33 33 52
125 2 20 40 31 30 49
130 17 38 28 27 47
If the shot bounces, the vehicle and crew are uneffected, otherwise, Internal Damage may occur. The scenario may be tested using four 75 mm or 76 mm Sherman tanks against a single Tiger I tank. The winning Sherman player takes command of a new Tiger and the scenario is played again. Alternatively, pit three 75 mm Shermans and a 17 pdr Firefly against the Tiger.

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