T-46

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T-46
Developed under the program for improving the maneuverability of the T-26 light tank through redesigning its chassis to a wheeled caterpillar type. The prototype was built in 1935. The vehicle saw service on February 29, 1936 after a series of modifications. At least four vehicles from the experimental batch underwent trials in 1937, but the production was discontinued due to transmission faults and high cost. The manufactured vehicles were used during the Winter War and World War II.

45 mm 20K

37 mm ZiS-19

T-46

T-46-1

45 mm VT-42

37 mm Automatic SH-37

76 mm L-10
T-28
3 600Credits

71-TK-3

10R

V-4

MT-5-1

T-46-1

T-46-2

Shell Types:

AP
APCR
HE
AP
APCR
HE
AP
APCR
HE
AP
APCR
HE
AP
HEAT
HE

Equipment:

Consumables:

Tech Tree:

T-26
270
T-46
1 400
T-28
3 600
These characteristics apply to the vehicle with the crew trained to 100%.

Firepower:

Ammunition101 (rounds)
Caliber 45 (mm)
Damage 47 / 47 / 62 (HP)
Penetration 51 / 88 / 23 (mm)
Rate of Fire 26.09 (rounds/min)
Average Damage per Minute 1226 (HP)
Shells in the Magazine   
Time for Loading Between Shots   (s)
Time for Complete Loading   (s)
Reload Time2.30 (s)
Aiming Time 2.30 (s)
Dispersion at 100 m 0.46 (m)

Mobility:

Weight/Load Limit14.09 / 17.00 (t)
Engine Power 300 (h.p.)
Specific Power21.29 (h.p./t)
Top Speed58 (km/h)
Reverse Speed20 (km/h)
Traverse Speed52 (deg/s)
Gun Traverse Speed44 (deg/s)

Survivability:

Hit Points220 (HP)
Hull Armor15 / 15 / 15 (mm)
Turret Armor30 / 15 / 15 (mm)

Spotting:

View Range 260 (m)
Signal Range300 (m)
 

Crew:

Commander(Radio Operator, Loader)
Driver
Gunner