American are all about firepower, splash radius, and wide arcs of gun traversal. They have some of the largest horizontal gun arcs, most noticeable in the M53/55, which allows them to cover large parts of the battlefield without moving the hull. This thereby decreases the need to constantly move their hull and preserves much needed accuracy, an important aspect for American SPGs due to painfully long aim times. The American SPG Line shares a unique feature with the German SPG Line, as the line splits at the T1 GMC and reunites at Tier 5 (M41 HMC). One line (M7 Priest Line) favors gun caliber over accuracy and mobility at Tier 3, and ammo capacity at Tier 4. The T82 Line consists of two ex-Tank Destroyers (the T18 and T82)that were turned into Tier 3 & 4 SPGs, and they favor rate of fire, while having very low damage on the T18, and a relatively low ammo capacity on the T82. The American SPGs also have some of the most powerful guns in the game. The tier 10 T92 eschews and sacrifices tradition, in order to boast the largest gun in the game at 240mm, which comes with a very large splash radius and the potential to one-shot enemy tanks. High-tier US arty has large dispersion, long reloads, and long aim time to compensate for their power. They are able to traverse their hulls acceptably and have decent acceleration and top speed to transport their firepower.. World of Tanks - WZ-132A. Today I'm put to the test going 1 vs 5 in the T9 Chinese light tank the WZ-132A. Today I'm put to the test going 1 vs 5 in the T9 Chinese light tank the WZ-132A . World of Tanks - T-150 and AMX 13 90. Today we're going to see what happens when you keep rolling sixes and everything goes right! SUBSCRIBE for more videos!.