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Developed by Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon in June 1941 on the basis of the Valentine II infantry support tank. From 1942 through 1943, a total of 149 SPGs were produced. In general they were considered unsuccessful. From 1943 onward, they were relegated to use as training vehicles.
Characteristics for a vehicle with basic configuration and a crew with 100% qualification.
|Hit Points||350 HP|
|Weight/Load Limit||17.69 / 17.7 t|
|Engine Power||135 h.p.|
|Speed Limit||24 km/h|
|Traverse Speed||20 deg/sec|
|Turret Traverse Speed||20 deg/sec|
|Hull Armor (mm)||
|Gun||Q.F. 25-Pr. Gun/How.|
|Armor Penetration||33-55 mm|
|Rate of Fire||6.82 rounds/min|
|View Range||300 m|
|Signal Range||400 m|
|Rate of Fire
|IV||Q.F. 25-Pr. Gun/How.||280/180/180||44/92/71||6.82||28,500|
|V||Q.F. 4.5-in. Howitzer||450||57||4.65||43,000|
|Chance of Fire
|IV||GMC 6004 6-71S||138||15||9,000|
|V||GMC 6004 6-71A||165||15||11,000|
|IV||Valentine Mk. II||17.7||20||4,500|
|VI||WS No. 19 Mk. I||400||15,000|
|VII||WS No. 19 Mk. II||450||21,000|
|VIII||WS No. 19 Mk. III||550||22,000|
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