Dec. 10, 2018
In making my mock Wiki gun tables I found some anomalies in the data. These turned out to be most often typographical errors in the sources. After correcting these I have to rebuild the various gun tables. And I only have been working with the Russians and Germans. No telling what I'll find when reviewing the other nations.
Dec. 4, 2018
To build the Panzerpedia tables I had to write a program to make HTML blocks from data files.
Dec. 2, 2018
We need more living space. Thus I'm annexing another 6 links on the menu to expand. Besides the Russian data I'm going to have true data on Germans and Allied. Not to compete with German tank sites which still feature real data but the data will in US units.
Nov. 30, 2018
I'm noticing the english Wikipedia entries of tank gun data is being taken over by WW2 Ballistics: Armor and Gunnery. Nothing against Lorrin Bird and Robert Livingston but their data is not real data. It is calculated data. I already dedicated one page to where their data is incorrect. But, I'm thinking of having a number of pages here with actual data on it. The Russian gun pages have all been taken over. Check the last page.
Nov. 26, 2018
I can confirm that the Soviet firing tables of their AP shells were in error in WWII. See last page for update.
NaaB is updated once again. This time elevation angles were added to the output.
Nov. 12, 2018
There was a bug in NAAB that didn't re-initialize the shell factors after the first run. Fixed. Also, added a selection to display penetration in mm. This changed the Armor and Gunnery analysis page.
Nov. 8, 2018
I added examples of WWII Russian tank guns. Also I modified NAAB to change shell quality in case users on't agree with the default values.
Nov. 6, 2018
The Armor and Gunnery at the Copyright office appears to be real. It is different than either o my copies and I can't explain why. I added another page for it.
Nov. 5, 2018
There was a bug in applying the drag coefficient in NaaB. That has been fixed.
Also, noticed that both the Wikipedia and War Thunder is now posting penetration numbers for the 100mm BR-412/BR-412B and 122mm BR-471/BR-471 which are way out of the norm. They say that the numbers represent US penetration standards. But, I have never found US firing tables for these guns. None that are from testing. Several people have made them from calculations but they aren't true tested values.