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Currently unused vehicles, loadouts and weaponry in the files, 2nd edition, Part 3

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Currently unused vehicles, loadouts and weaponry in the files, 2nd edition, Part 3

As of 2.3.0.93, CDK-only things (such as the F-89J) not included.

Part 1: link

Part 2: link

Ground vehicle shells (cont.) (I've only listed the affected vehicles in parentheses, not all which use the cannon.)

Most of these are due to more than one tank using the same cannon file, but with restricted shells.

  • 57 mm S-68 (ZSU-57-2) – DKY-1 HE-VT-only belt
  • 57 mm ZiS-2 obr. 1941g. (ZiS-30, LVT(A)(4) (ZiS-2) (all)) – 53-BR-271M APHECBC, 53-BR-271P APCR
  • 57 mm ZiS-4 (T-34 1941 (ZiS-4), SU-57B) – 53-BR-271M APHECBC, 53-BR-271P APCR
  • 57 mm ZiS-4M (T-34 1941 (ZiS-4M)) – 53-BR-271M APHECBC
  • 57 mm ROQF 6-pdr 7 cwt Mk. V (AEC Mk. II, Churchill Mk. III, Inf.Pz.Kpfw. 750(e)) – Shot Mk. 1BT APDS
  • 57 mm Type 90 (I-Go Otsu) – Type 90 HE
  • 57 mm Type 97 (Chi-Ha (all)) – Type 90 HE
  • 75 mm M3 (M4 Composito) – M89 Smoke, T45 APCR
  • 75 mm M3 (M4, M4A1 (all), M4A1(75)W, M4A4 (all), M4 (T34 Calliope), M8A1) – T45 APCR
  • 75 mm M6 (M24 (all), AMX 13 (M24)) – T45 APCR
  • 75 mm Kw.K. 37 L/24 (Pz.Kpfw. IV C) – Hl.Gr. 38C HEAT
  • 75 mm Kw.K. 40 L/43 (Pz.Kpfw. IV F2 / G) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm Kw.K. 40 L/48 (Pz.Kpfw. IV H / J, Pz.Bfw. IV J, s.Pz.Kpfw. 756(r)) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm Kw.K. 42 (Panther D, Ersatz M10, T-5, Panther G "Dauphine") – Pz.Gr. 40/42 APCR
  • 75 mm Pa.K. 39 L/48 (J.Pz. 38, J.Pz. IV) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm Pa.K. 40/3 L/46 (Marder III H, Sd.Kfz. 234/4) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm Stu.K. 40 L/43 (Stu.G. III F) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm Stu.K. 40 L/48 (Stu.G. III G) – Pz.Gr. 40W APCR
  • 75 mm SA 50 (M4A1 (FL10), EBR 75) – PCOT-51P APCBC
  • 76 mm M1 (M4A1(76)W, M4A2(76(W), M18 (IT, CN)) – M93 APCR
  • 76 mm M1 (T20, M4A2-76 (USSR)) – M93 APCR, M88 Smoke
  • 76 mm M7 (M6A1, M10 (all)) – M93 APCR
  • 76 mm M32 (M41A1 (all)) – M496 HEAT-FS
  • 76 mm F-32 (BT-7art (F-32), KV-1E) – 53-BR-350P APCR, 53-BP-350A HEAT
  • 76 mm F-32 (Ps. 272-1) – 53-BR-350P APCR, 53-BP-350A HEAT, D-350A Smoke
  • 76 mm F-34 (Pz.Kpfw. 747(r)) – D-350A Smoke
  • 76 mm F-34 (T-34 1941, T-34 1941 (1-ya Gv.T.Br.)) – 53-BR-350P APCR, 53-BP-350A HEAT
  • 76 mm F-96 (MK-II Matil'da-II (F-96)) – 53-BR-350P APCR, 53-BP-350A HEAT
  • 76 mm L-11 (SMK, T-34 1940, KV-1 1939) – 53-BR-350P APCR, 53-BP-350A HEAT
  • 76 mm ZiS-5 (KV-1 1941, KV-1S) – 53-BP-350A HEAT
  • 76 mm ROQF 17-pdr (Sherman Mk. Ic (all), Sherman Mk. Vc, Archer, Achilles Mk. Ic (all), Avenger, A.C. Mk. IV) – Shot SV Mk. 1 APDS
  • 85 mm D-5S (SU-85) – 53-BR-367 APHECBC, 53-BR-365P APCR, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm D-5S (SU-85A, SU-85M) – 53-BR-367 APHECBC, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm D-5T (IS-1) – 53-BR-367 APHECBC, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm D-5T (T-34-85 1943, KV-85) – 53-BR-367 APHECBC, 53-BR-365P APCR, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm F-30 (KV-220) – 53-BR-365K APHE, 53-BR-367 APHECBC, 53-BR-365P APCR, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm ZPL-62 (ZTQ-62 (all), ZTS-63-1) – 53-BR-365P APCR
  • 85 mm ZiS-S-53 (T-34-85 1944 (all), T-34-85E) – 53-BR-367 APHEBC, 53-BR-367P APCR, 3BK2 HEAT
  • 85 mm ZiS-S-53 (T-44) – 3BK2 HEAT
  • 88 mm Kw.K. 36 (Tiger E früh, VK 45.01(P), No. 6 Heavy Tank) – Pz.Gr. 40 APCR
  • 90 mm M3 (M18 GMC (M3), T25) – M313 Smoke
  • 90 mm M3 (M36 (CN)) – M304 APCR
  • 90 mm Cannone Cockerill da 90/38 Mk. 3 (Fiat 6616 (90/38)) – M652A1 APFSDS
  • 90 mm Cannone da 90/50 M3A1 (M26A1 (IT)) – T108 da 90/50 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm D-10T (T-44-100, T-54-1) – 3BM8 APDS, 3BK5 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm D-10T (T-54-2) – 3BK5 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm D-10S (SU-100 (all)) – 53-BR-412P APCR, 3BM8 APDS, 3BK5 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm D-10T2S (T-55A) – 9M117 Bastion ATGM
  • 100 mm D-50 (SU-100P) – 53-BR-412P APCR, 3BM8 APDS, 3BK5 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm LB-1 (T-34-100) – 53-BR-412P APCR, 3BM8 APDS, 3BK5 HEAT-FS
  • 100 mm ZPL-59 (ZTZ-59) – 3D3 smoke
  • 105 mm M68 (M60A1 (IT), M60A1 (AOS)) – M735 APFSDS
  • 105 mm M68 (M60A3 (TTS)) – M833 APFSDS, DM63 APFSDS
  • 105 mm M68 (Magach 3) – M111 APFSDS
  • 105 mm M68A1 (CM-11) – M774 APFSDS, M833 APFSDS
  • 105 mm M68A1 (IPM1) – DM63 APFSDS
  • 105 mm M68A1 (M1) – M833 APFSDS, DM63 APFSDS
  • 105 mm L7A3 (Leopard 1) – M416 Smoke, DM23 APFSDS
  • 105 mm L7A3 (Leopard 1A1A1, M 48 A2 G A2) – M416 Smoke
  • 105 mm L7A3 (Type 74 (F)) – Type 75 HESH
  • 105 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 105/52 (Centauro ROMOR) – DM23 APFSDS
  • 105 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 105/52 (OF-40 Mk. 1, Centauro) – DM23 APFSDS, DM33 APFSDS
  • 105 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 105/52 (OF-40 Mk. 2, OF-40 Mk. 2 (MTCA)) – DM33 APFSDS
  • 105 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 105/55 (M47 (105/55)) – M416 Smoke, DM33 APFSDS
  • 105 mm CN105-62/56 F1 (AMX 30B (1965), AMX 30B (1972)) – OFL 105 F1 APFSDS
  • 105 mm kan strv 101 (Strv 101) – slpprj m/62 APDS
  • 106 mm M40A1C (T114) – M361A1 HESH
  • 120 mm M256 (M1A1) – M830A1 HEAT-FS, M829A1 APFSDS
  • 120 mm M256 (M60 AMBT) – M830A1 HEAT-FS
  • 120 mm Rh120-44 (Leopard 1 A1 A1 (Rh120-44), Leopard 2K) – DM23 APFSDS
  • 120 mm Rh120-44 (Leopard 2 A5) – DM11 HE-FS
  • 120 mm Rh120-55 (Leopard 2 A6) – DM11 HE-FS
  • 120 mm ROBL L11A1 (Chieftain Mk. 3, Chieftain Mk. 5) – L23 APFSDS
  • 120 mm ROBL L30A1 (Challenger 2 (2E)) – L27A1 APFSDS
  • 120 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 120/44 (Ariete (P), Ariete, Ariete PSO) – DM11 HE-FS
  • 120 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 120/45 (Centauro MGS) – DM11 HE-FS
  • 120 mm kan strv 122 (Strv 122 (all)) – DM12A1 HEAT-FS
  • 122 mm D-25S (ISU-122S) – 53-BR-471D APHECBC
  • 122 mm D-25T (T-44-122) – 53-BR-471D APHECBC
  • 122 mm D-25T (IS-2 1943 (all), IS-2 1944 (all), KV-122) – 53-BR-471D APHECBC, 3BM7 APDS, 3BK10 HEAT-FS
  • 122 mm D-25T (IS-3, IS-4M, T-10A) – 3BM7 APDS, 3BK10 HEAT-FS
  • 122 mm D-30T (IS-6) – 53-BR-471D APHECBC, 3BM7 APDS, 3BK10 HEAT-FS
  • 125 mm 2A46-2 (T-64BV, T-80B) – 3BK12M HEAT-FS
  • 125 mm 2A46M (T-72A) – 3BM42 Mango APFSDS
  • 125 mm 2A46M (T-72AV) – 3BM9 APFSDS, 3BM15 APFSDS
  • 125 mm 2A46M-1 (T-72B, T-72B 1989, T-80U) – 3BK12M HEAT-FS
  • 125 mm 2A46M-5 (T-90A) – 3BK12M HEAT-FS
  • 125 mm 2A46M-5-01 (T-72B3) – 3BK12M HEAT-FS
  • 152 mm ML-20S (SU-152) – 53-BP-540 HEAT

Ship weapon presets

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  • Jaguar (JR) – 12x WBD depth charge
  • Leopard (LP) – 12x WBD depth charge
  • Luchs (LU) – 12x WBD depth charge
  • Lübeck (F 224) – 4x 21-inch Mk. 35 torpedo + 96x Bofors 37.5 cm aurk m/50 rocket + 10x Mk. 6 depth charge
  • T 22 – 4x WBD depth charge
  • T 31 – 4x WBD depth charge
  • Sparviero (P 420) – 2x Otomat Mk. 1 SSM
  • No. 1 Class Sub-Chaser (K-3), Sub-Chaser No. 1 (1944) – 4x Type 95 depth charge
  • PG No. 2 (PG-822) – 2x Type 90 SSM-1B Ship-to-Ship Missile
  • PG No. 2 (PG-822) – 4x Type 90 SSM-1B Ship-to-Ship Missile + 12x 130 mm Mk. 36 SRBOC
  • Garland (H 37) – 16x Mk. VII depth charge
  • Montgomery (G 95) – 48x Mk. 10 Hedgehog mortar
  • Spey (K 246) – 8x Mk. VII depth charge
  • Bennion (DD-662) – 2x 533 mm steam turbined Mk. 15 torpedo
  • Leningrad – 10x BB-1 depth charge
  • Ognevoy – 2x BB-1 large depth charge
  • SKR-7 – 12x BB-1 depth charge
  • SKR-38 – 22x BB-1 depth charge
  • SKR-38 – 22x BB-1 depth charge + 64x RGB-25
  • MK-25 – 24x 82 mm M-8-24

Ship weapons

  • 6.5 mm Type 3
  • 15 mm M.G. 151/15 (with different overheating stats)
  • 37 mm Type 94
  • 76 mm Cannone OTO-Melara da 76/62 SR
  • 80 mm 40 Caliber 3rd Year Type Naval Gun
  • 82 mm BM-37 mortar
  • 102 mm 4-inch ROQF Mk. XXIII – submarine cannon
  • 102 mm 4-inch/45 Mk. XVI – many carriers, cruisers, destroyers and frigates
  • 105 mm S.K. C/33 – used by Deutschland and Admiral Hipper-class CAs, Bismarck and Scharnhorst-class BBs
  • 127 mm 5-inch/25 Mk. 11 AA – used by Brooklyn-class CLs, Pensacola, Northampton, New Orleans and Portland-class CAs, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Tennessee and Colorado-class BBs, Lexington and Ranger-class CVs
  • 150 mm S.K. C/28 – used by Bismarck and Scharnhorst-class BBs
  • 305 mm 12-inch/50 Mk. 8 – used by Alaska-class CBs
  • 380 mm S.K. C/34 – used by Bismarck-class BBs
  • 381 mm 15–inch/42 BL Mk. 1 – used by Marshal Soult, Erebus and Roberts-class monitors, Glorious, Repulse and Hood-class CBs, Queen Elizabeth, Royal Sovereign and Vanguard-class BBs
  • Otomat Mk. 1 SSM

Bombs

  • Finnish 250 kg
  • French 50 kg A
  • Three French 500 kg
  • Italian 100 kg SAP 100 (vertical)
  • Italian 150 kg AP 160
  • Japanese 250 kg Type 99 Mod. 25 Land Bomb
  • Soviet 50 kg FAB-50sv
  • Soviet 1000 kg FAB-1000sv
  • Swedish 120 kg Sprängbomb m/71
  • Swedish 250 kg Minbomb m/37B
  • US 100 lbs
  • US 500 lbs
  • US 1000 lbs
  • US 2000 lbs

Mines and depth charges

  • German EMD moored contact mine
  • Italian Vickers-Elia 145/1925 moored magnetic mine
  • Japanese Type 88 Mod 1 moored contact mine
  • Soviet Pattern 1908/39 moored contact mine
  • Soviet Pattern 1912 moored contact mine
  • Soviet AMD-1000 aircraft laid magnetic ground mine
  • Soviet KB-1 pattern 1931 moored contact mine
  • Soviet KMD-2-500 magnetic ground mine
  • Soviet KMD-2-1000 magnetic ground mine
  • Soviet M-26 moored contact mine
  • Soviet R-1 moored contact mine
  • UK 1500 lbs Type A Mark I aircraft laid magnetic mine
  • UK 1760 lbs Type M Mark II magnetic ground mine
  • UK Mk. 4 depth charge

Rockets and missiles

  • Chinese Model 90-1 HE
  • Chinese Model 130-2 HE
  • French T10 121a
  • French T10 121b
  • French T10 131a
  • French T10 131b
  • French SNEB Type 26
  • French SNEB Type 26 TDA
  • French TBA DEM
  • French TBA EEG
  • French TBA ESP
  • French TBA Multi-Dart ABL
  • French TBA Multi-Dart AMV
  • (Israeli) Spike-ER
  • Japanese No. 27 rockets (60kg)
  • Japanese Type 90 SSM-1B Ship-to-Ship Missile
  • Soviet 9M11 Falanga
  • Soviet 9M14M Malyutka
  • Soviet S-8
  • Soviet S-8KOM
  • Soviet S-13
  • Swedish 145 mm psrak m/49/56
  • Swedish 150 mm srak m/46
  • US 2.75-inch FFAR Mk. 4 M429
  • US 2.75-inch LSFFAR
  • US 2.75-inch WAFAR
  • US AIM-7C Sparrow
  • US AIM-9C Sidewinder – removed in the first 1.97 dev server (1.97.0.30)
  • US AGM-114A Hellfire
  • US AGM-114C Hellfire
  • US AGM-114F Hellfire
  • US CRV-7 RA-79
  • US CRV-7 WDU 5002/B FAT
  • US FIM-92B Stinger
  • US Hydra-70 M229
  • US Hydra-70 M259
  • US Zuni WAFAR Mk. 24
  • US Zuni Mk. 40 Mod 0
  • US Zuni Mk. 40 Mod 1
  • US Zuni Mk. 41 Mod 0
  • US Zuni Mk. 41 Mod 1
  • US Zuni WAFAR Mk. 63

Torpedoes

  • German 450 mm C45/91 – pre-WW1 torpedo, used by cruisers and battleships
  • German 533 mm G 7e (T IIIa) – submarine torpedo
  • Swedish 450 mm m/36 – used by coastal defence vessels
  • UK 533 mm Mk. IV – pre-WW1 torpedo, used by surface ships of WW1 and the HMS Hood
  • UK 533 mm Mk. IX – WW2 cruiser and destroyer torpedo

Other

  • Mirage III Sepr 841 rocket boosters
  • Sea Venom rocket boosters
  • UK CLE container Mk. III
  • PPI-26M flare launcher – the only vehicle in game that IRL gets this right now is the Mi-24V

Notable additions of the 2nd edition:

  • 105 mm XM35 – IRL used on the XM8/M8 AGS and LAV-AG prototypes (in the files its top round is DM23)
  • 127 mm 5-inch/25 Mk. 11 AA – used by Brooklyn-class CLs, Pensacola, Northampton, New Orleans and Portland-class CAs, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Tennessee and Colorado-class BBs, Lexington and Ranger-class CVs
  • 305 mm 12-inch/50 Mk. 8 – used by Alaska-class CBs
  • 381 mm 15–inch/42 BL Mk. 1 – used by Marshal Soult, Erebus and Roberts-class monitors, Glorious, Repulse and Hood-class CBs, Queen Elizabeth, Royal Sovereign and Vanguard-class BBs

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