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M3_Stuart_LL (Stock)

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Totals
850 Coste
330 PVDurabilidad
12.01 / 12.5 Peso
Crew
  1. Comandante
  2. Cargador
  3. Artillero
  4. Operador de radio
  5. Conductor
Armor
38/25/25Blindaje del casco(frontal/laterales/trasero, mm)
38/25/25Blindaje de la torreta(frontal/laterales/trasero, mm)
Maneuver
268 c.v.Potencia del motor
61 km/hVelocidad punta / velocidad marcha atrás
40 gra/sVelocidad de giro
Firepower
40 damage
48 mmPenetración media
3.2 Tiempo en completar carga
40 gra/sVelocidad de giro del cañón
Communication
210 mAlcance de visión
500 mAlcance de radio
M3 Light
III
M3 Light
850
El carro ligero más famoso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, con 13.859 vehículos fabricados entre 1941 y septiembre de 1943. 1.576 carros (sobre todo de la variante M3A1) fueron suministrados a la URSS como parte del programa de Préstamo y Arriendo.

This tank was given to players on wargaming's 15th anniversary, and world of tanks blitz's first birthday. It is quite poorly armed, but is fast.

Torretagun

Torreta

Nivel Torreta Blindaje de la torreta (frontal/laterales/trasero, mm) Velocidad de giro del cañón (gra/s) Alcance de visión (m) Experiencia Peso (t)
II D37812 38/25/25 40 210 0 1250
Nivel Cañón Penetración media (mm) Cadencia de tiro Dispersión a 100 m Tiempo en apuntar Experiencia Peso (t)
II 37 mm M5 48/70/19 40/40/50 18.75 0.36 1.7 0 78
Motor

Motor

Nivel Motor Potencia del motor (c.v.) Posibilidad de incendio tras disparo Experiencia Peso (t)
IV Continental W-670 268 20 0 256

Nivel Suspensión Límite de carga Velocidad de giro (gra/s) Experiencia Peso (t)
II Stuart E1 12.5 40 0 3000
Radio

Radio

Nivel Radio Alcance de radio (m) Experiencia Peso (t)
IV SCR_209 500 0 80


Compatible Equipment

Planchas de blindaje ligero
Red de camuflaje
Ópticas recubiertas
Cierre de la retícula mejorado
Ventilación mejorada clase 1
Telescopio binocular
Caja de herramientas

Compatible Consumables


Player Opinion

Pros and Cons

Pros:


  • Excellent top speed
  • Good turret traverse speed and elevation arc
  • Good rate of fire
  • Very good frontal armor for light tank, immune to most machineguns and autocannons, (except weak spots like driver's hatch)


Cons:


  • Poor damage and penetration
  • Poor view range
  • Iffy gun accuracy
  • Low HP, can be quickly destroyed by tank destroyers like the SU-85B in 1-2 shots


Performance

It is a very effective flanker, with a good rate of fire, but poor penetration, so hitting weakspots or sides is a must. The front is immune to autocannons, so keep this in mind. It also has an ability to be one Tier 3 tank that the T82 has a hard time one-shoting with its "derp" howitzer. To the annoyance of T82 drivers, the front armor cannot be penetrated by regular HE, and the sides are remarkably strong. Coupled with the tank's agility, this makes it a good tank to take on these destroyers.


Historical Info

From the summer of 1942, when enough US medium tanks had been received, the British usually kept Stuarts out of tank-to-tank combat, using them primarily for reconnaissance. The turret was removed from some examples to save weight and improve speed and range. These became known as "Stuart Recce". Some others were converted to armored personnel carriers and were known as "Stuart Kangaroo", and some were converted command vehicles and known as "Stuart Command". M3s, M3A3s, and M5s continued in British service until the end of the war, but British units had a smaller proportion of these light tanks than US units. The other major Lend-Lease recipient of the M3, the Soviet Union, was even less happy with the tank, considering it undergunned, underarmored, likely to catch fire, and too sensitive to fuel quality. The narrow tracks were highly unsuited to operation in winter conditions, as they resulted in high ground pressures under which the tank sank into the snow. Further, the M3's radial aircraft engine required high-octane fuel, which complicated Soviet logistics as most of their tanks used diesel. However, the M3 was superior to early-war Soviet light tanks such as the T-60, which were often underpowered and possessed even lighter armament than the Stuart. In 1943, the Red Army tried out the M5 and decided that the upgraded design was not much better than the M3. Being less desperate than in 1941, the Soviets turned down an American offer to supply the M5. M3s continued in Red Army service at least until 1944.



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