A tank pivoting its chassis is a turn, and can only be performed with a move.
Turning the turret is not considered moving, so can be done with a Fire order. I wouldn’t allow it with an Ambush order, but that’s RAI.0
As SteveT wrote, MMGs spread the risks/increase chancing of doing something minor rather than nothing.
To answer your other question, size of the gun doesn’t factor here, imo, as its chances to hit are the same (disregarding range, obviously).0
Yes it does: p.87 has the listing for both the 2 and 6 pounders (light and med. AT guns), referring to the British book. The same is true for most of the weapon teams.0
I don’t know that there are. Perhaps you mean Sturmpioniere, which are on p.25 of the German 2nd ed. book.0
Under the rules for Indirect Fire (Rulebook, pp.71-2) it states that “(…) if a Hit is scored in any turn, the shooter is zeroed in on the target and the as long as it doesn’t move, all further shots hit on a 2+ (…)”.
Does this rule ignore any Pins on the unit firing indirectly?
It seems strange to assume that if the crew has to keep its…[Read more]0
LordRao replied to the topic Stop the Madness – Heroically over-sized Miniatures. in the forum Bolt Action 2 months ago
I agree, on both counts. Examples include the different German boxed sets.
That said, there are also upsides: the beefier models are much more resilient (which is important to me as a wargamer) and the more restricted poses do mean that the figs are easier to assemble.0
It can also be fired as a Light AT gun. As always, state before firing (or going into Ambush) what shell you are using.
This is an excellent litte gun, and a near auto-include for many players of the British that I know.0