In 1967-1973, the most commonly used tank by the Israeli army was the “Sho’t” tank equipped with L7 105mm guns, which played an important role in the Middle East War. In human history, the Israeli L7 105mm “Sho’t” tank participated in the most brutal large-scale tank battle of the Cold War era and was a very famous type of tank. In Warthunder, the number of Israeli L7 105mm “Sho’t” tanks is much smaller than that of “Magach” tanks. Please increase the number of Israeli L7 105mm “Sho’t” tanks and provide corresponding coatings. Year: 1967-1973
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Please add tanks “Sho’t Meteor” and “Sho’t Mule”.
Before the outbreak of the Fourth Middle East War, some “Sho’t Meteors” were upgrading their tanks to “Sho’t Kal Alef”, but the upgrade was not completed due to the outbreak of the war. These tanks that did not complete the upgrade have the common characteristics of “Sho’t Meteor” and “Sho’t Kal Alef”, and these “Sho’t” that did not complete the upgrade are referred to as “Mule” by Israeli soldiers on the front line. The “Sho’t Meteor” and “Sho’t Mule” tanks participated in the Fourth Middle East War.
In 1973, Israel had over 1000 “Sho’t” tanks, most of which had been upgraded to the L7 105mm version. Please enrich the technical tree of L7 105mm “Sho’s”