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So I have been reading a great thread on steam about arty. And it gives a great break down on what to buy.

Do the 10 lbs Parrot guns work for anti arty?

Would it be worth spending political points on gwtting 20 lbs or 24 lbs Howitzers?

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10# parrots can be effective for counter battery work. They will be most effective when firing at their maximum possible range.

20# parrots and 24# howitzers are generally considered the best artillery in the game so spending reputation on them can be worthwhile.

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1 hour ago, pandakraut said:

10# parrots can be effective for counter battery work. They will be most effective when firing at their maximum possible range.

20# parrots and 24# howitzers are generally considered the best artillery in the game so spending reputation on them can be worthwhile.

Thanks

I will be testing tonight!

Whats your thoight on infantry guns?

Is there really a Differance? Historicly there was not a huge differeance as you could not see more than 100 or less yards away because of weather and smoke.

I have read some books about how "accurate" troops were the the rifled muskets.

But ingame can be very different.

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On 7/24/2019 at 4:29 PM, pandakraut said:

In the game, more expensive is generally better in terms of rifles. The repeaters are a bit underwhelming though.

After several trys the 10 lbs Parrot I dont belive is worth the cost or the slot. I am experamenting with the 20 but the 10 just does not do enough damage for the effort put in. 

The range is amazing though. Hoping the 20 has the same for counter bat fire.

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The 20pdr will just be better for counter battery. The 10pdr is more of a stopgap solution. If you're the Union you get enough 20pdrs that there is no reason to bother with the 10.

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