Light Tank: M3 Stuart

M3 Stuart

The best-known light tank of World War II, with a total of 13,859 vehicles manufactured from 1941 through September 1943. The M3 Stuart was used in all theaters of war.

Characteristics for a vehicle with basic configuration and a crew with 100% qualification.

Main Characteristics

Tier III
Hit Points 220 HP
Weight/Load Limit 12.04 / 12.5 t
Price 37,500
Crew
  1. Commander (Loader)
  2. Gunner
  3. Driver
  4. Radio Operator
Mobility
Engine Power 245 h.p.
Speed Limit 61 km/h
Traverse Speed 40 deg/sec
Turret Traverse Speed 40 deg/sec
Armor
Hull Armor (mm)
  • front 38
  • sides 25
  • rear 25
Turret Armor (mm)
  • front 38
  • sides 25
  • rear 25
Armament
Gun 20 mm Hispano-Suiza Birkigt Gun
Ammunition 750 pcs
Damage 9-15 HP
Armor Penetration 23-38 mm
Rate of Fire 108.43 rounds/min
View Range 280 m
Signal Range 265 m

Configuration

Turrets

Turrets

Tier Turret Armor
(mm)
Traverse Speed
(deg/sec)
View Range
(m)
Price
(credits)
II D37812
  • front 38
  • sides 25
  • rear 25
40 280 800
III D39273
  • front 38
  • sides 32
  • rear 32
48 330 2,000
Guns

Guns

Tier Gun Damage
(НР)
Penetration
(mm)
Rate of Fire
(rounds/min)
Price
(credits)
II 20 mm Hispano-Suiza Birkigt Gun 12/12 30/41 108.43 2,600
II 37 mm Gun M5 40/40/50 48/70/19 24.0 2,000
III 37 mm Gun M6 40/40/50 56/78/19 26.09 8,350
Engines

Engines

Tier Engine Power
(h.p.)
Chance of Fire
(%)
Price
(credits)
III Guiberson T-1020-4 245 12 5,000
III Continental W-670 262 20 8,200
IV Continental R-975-C1 350 20 10,500
Suspensions

Suspensions

Tier Suspension Load Limit
(t)
Traverse Speed
(deg/sec)
Price
(credits)
II Stuart E1 12.5 40 660
III Stuart E2 14.5 45 1,850
Radios

Radios

Tier Radio Signal Range
(m)
Price
(credits)
II SCR 200 265 180
IV SCR 210 325 1,980
IX SCR 506 615 33,600