I CLEARLY explained why I did that with the 1943 data. It is just a few posts up. You are just throwing smoke and cherry pickling macro 'data' to save face.Incidentally, why just pick 1943 from that table? That obviously excludes all of the fighting in NW Europe. The small table of numbers of ammo type across the board is more representative. The numbers may not add up to the same, but that's no great surprise with such data culled from various sources. If such numbers did add up perfectly, that's usually an indication that the figures have been fudged to fit.
The small table you latch onto was even questioned by Markus. I would welcome his input, especially given the physics aspect I addressed.
You posted that well-worn picture that shows a line-up of ammunition that has been brass'oded and painted in glossy paint. I had to point out to you that you were comparing an armor piercing round to a high explosive round. Actually helping you prove some point you thought you were making. I guess it has come to me enumerating other things...
1. The 8,8 cm KWK had a greater recoil throw than the 7,5 cm KWK 42.
2. The 8,8 cm KWK had greater Kinetic Energy with BOTH it's armor piercing AND high explosive rounds than a 7,5 cm KWK 42
3. Actual usage of the ratio of armor piercing (to include ALL types) follows a disproportionate amount of AP:HE in the AP favor
4. The Germans clearly learned their lessons in 1943 BEFORE producing JagdPanzer and went with the proven 7,5 cm 'L48' and 'L70' weapons along with the 8,8 cm L71 weapons. They even stopped producing the Tiger I about midway through 1944.
5. The 8,8 cm KWK 36 would not fit in a Panzer IV and it would beg reasoning why it would be put in a Panther. A StuK version was never produced and would equally beg reasoning why it would be created in the first place.
6. Jagdpanzers were based on armor defeating weapons. The 7,5 cm L70 was the natural choice. If a greater HE solution was needed, the 105 mm class with a 30 pound class projectile was the better way to go. Hence the StuH III. Also, see the sherman 105mm. HL or Hollow Charge projectiles from 4 inch diameter bore weapons were lethal enough even in WWII.
The onus is on you since you claim the 8,8 cm L56 weapon to have attributes that are not true. GL with that.