Lower-tier Chinese TDs have good view range for their class, combined with low visibility, meaning you can pack a punch from distance. Remember, however, that your armor isn’t too robust, so keep a low profile and wait for the perfect moment to ambush.
The line starts with the T-26G FT, a small tank destroyer with good accuracy and penetration. Weak armor won’t allow you to act as a first-line striking force, but you can deliver fire support from distance, while staying disguised thanks to the T-26G FT’s decent visibility. The machine is a great choice for those who've just begun their journey in World of Tanks, providing well-paced, smooth gameplay.
The third tier is occupied by the M3G FT that takes the advantages of its predecessor to a new level. Thanks to superior visibility, this tank destroyer is meant to hunt down rival tanks from cover. The disadvantages, however, are still there — its armor is not robust enough to win open fights. What you can benefit from with the M3G FT is the choice of guns. The 57mm has a great DPM ratio and better penetration, and the 76mm barrel will boast better alpha damage and accuracy, while being short on firing and penetration rates.
The concept of “silent stalkers” continues with the SU-76G FT. Good mobility allows this TD settled on tier IV take a crucial position in no time, where it can unleash its main weapon: huge DPM compared to “tiermates.”