T-34 shielded

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T-34S
The T-34 shielded was one of the projects to improve armor of the T-34 series tanks. This variant of shielding was developed by engineers of Research Institute-48 and Plant No. 112 under the supervision of I. Burtsev. During the field trials, the armored screen sides were able to withstand fire from 37 mm and 50 mm anti-tank guns, but were penetrated by Armor-Piercing 88 mm and 75 mm shells. All manufactured prototypes were sent to the front and lost in battles.

76 mm F-34 (1943)

T-34 shielded (112)

9RM

V-2-34E

T-34 shielded (112)

Shell Types:

APCR
APCR
HE

Equipment:

Consumables:

These characteristics apply to the vehicle with the crew trained to 100%.

Firepower:

Ammunition77 (rounds)
Caliber 76 (mm)
Damage 110 / 110 / 156 (HP)
Penetration 120 / 150 / 38 (mm)
Rate of Fire 15.00 (rounds/min)
Average Damage per Minute 1650 (HP)
Shells in the Magazine   
Time for Loading Between Shots   (s)
Time for Complete Loading   (s)
Gun Loading4.00 (s)
Aiming Time 2.30 (s)
Dispersion at 100 m 0.43 (m)

Mobility:

Weight/Load Limit31.90 / 34.00 (t)
Engine Power 500 (h.p.)
Specific Power15.67 (h.p./t)
Top Speed56 (km/h)
Reverse Speed20 (km/h)
Traverse Speed36 (deg/s)
Gun Traverse Speed36 (deg/s)

Survivability:

Hit Points500 (HP)
Hull Armor45 / 45 / 40 (mm)
Turret Armor45 / 45 / 45 (mm)

Spotting:

View Range 340 (m)
Signal Range525 (m)
 

Crew:

Commander(Gunner)
Radio Operator
Driver
Loader