The data in the first post checks out. The machine gun ball (Kugelblende) of the tiger is around 30-35cm in diameter. The effective accuracy (crew, equipment, etc.) of the CAX was not tampered with. The scaling of the tiger in WOT is correct to the real life dimensions.

I believe the issue here is comparing the actual size vs. the **apparent size** of the tank. This machine gun ball gets smaller as the distance increase but the aiming circle doesn't because that's your reference or constant while aiming.

From the wiki...

"*In other words, for a gun with 0.32m effective accuracy at 100m, *__95.45% of all shots will land within 0.32m of the center of your aim at that distance__. Dispersion amount increases linearly with distance, i.e. 0.32m effective accuracy at 100m translates to 0.64m at 200m and 1.28m at 400m."

"*The aiming circle (also called the dispersion circle, dispersion indicator or reticle) describes the area of 2 standard deviations 2σ from your aim point.*"

The diameter of that ball isn't 30 cm at a 100m distance while your aiming circle is constant in size as long as you're stationary. Think of that accuracy definition as the minutes of angle used in scopes. MOA has different sizes at various distances.

**Edited by XxKuzkina_MatxX, 11 September 2019 - 06:35 PM.**