BT-2

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BT-2
A U.S.S.R. wheeled caterpillar tank developed in the 1930s. The first vehicle of the BT light tanks. The tank was based on the U.S. Christie M1931 (Model 1940), but differed from its peer in various design solutions, and had higher speed and better mobility. A total of 620 vehicles of different modifications were manufactured. The vehicle with a new engine and elliptical turret featuring a 45-mm gun was designated BT-5. A total of 1,884 vehicles of this type were produced. Some of them were exported to Spain, others participated in the battle of Khalkhyn Gol, Polish campaign, Winter War, and Second World War.

37 mm B-3

20 mm TNSh

BT-5

45 mm 20K
BT-7
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BT-2

71-TK-3

M-5-400

M-17L 1,400 r/min

BT-2

BT-5

Shell Types:

AP
APCR
HE
AP
APCR
AP
APCR
HE

Equipment:

Consumables:

Tech Tree:

MS-1
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BT-2
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BT-7
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These characteristics apply to the vehicle with the crew trained to 100%.

Firepower:

Ammunition92 (rounds)
Caliber 37 (mm)
Damage 36 / 36 / 40 (HP)
Penetration 40 / 64 / 19 (mm)
Rate of Fire 24.00 (rounds/min)
Average Damage per Minute 864 (HP)
Shells in the Magazine   
Time for Loading Between Shots   (s)
Time for Complete Loading   (s)
Reload Time2.50 (s)
Aiming Time 2.30 (s)
Dispersion at 100 m 0.46 (m)

Mobility:

Weight/Load Limit10.29 / 11.50 (t)
Engine Power 400 (h.p.)
Specific Power38.88 (h.p./t)
Top Speed55 (km/h)
Reverse Speed20 (km/h)
Traverse Speed36 (deg/s)
Gun Traverse Speed32 (deg/s)

Survivability:

Hit Points140 (HP)
Hull Armor15 / 13 / 10 (mm)
Turret Armor26 / 13 / 13 (mm)

Spotting:

View Range 240 (m)
Signal Range300 (m)
 

Crew:

Commander(Radio Operator)
Driver
Gunner(Loader)