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 Special event vehicle
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 --
III D39273
  • front 38
  • sides 32
  • rear 32
48 330 --
Guns

Guns

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

Engines

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

Suspensions

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

Radios

Tier Radio Signal Range
(m)
Price
(credits)
II SCR 200 265 --
IV SCR 210 325 --
IX SCR 506 615 --