M10 Achilles

M10, War & Peace Show 2004

This is the British version of the US M10 3 ins GMC, upgunned to take the British 17 pdr.

M10, War & Peace Show 2004
M10, War & Peace Show 2004
M10, War & Peace Show 2004
M10, War & Peace Show 2004
M10, War & Peace Show 2004
M10, Tank Museum, Bovington

SPECIFICATION
Designation: 105mm Gun Motor Carriage M10 or M10A1
Crew: 5 (commander, driver, gun crew (3))
Battle weight: 66,0001b
Dimensions: Length 19ft 7in Track width 16.5in
Height 8ft 1.5in Track centres/tread 6ft l l in Width 10ft
Armament: Main: 1 x 3in gun M7
(1x l7pdr OQF in Achilles)
Secondary: 1 x .50 cal Browning MG (AA)
Armour thickness: Maximum 37mm; Minimum 12mm
Traverse: 360°. Elevation limits: +19° to -10°
Engine: Twin GMS 6-7l diesels (Ml0) Ford GAA V8 petrol (M10A1) Maximum speed : 30mph
Maximum cross-country speed: 20mph (approx)
Suspension type: Vertical volute
Road radius: 200 miles
Fording depth: 3ft
Vertical obstacle: 2ft
Trench crossing : 7ft 6in
Ammunition stowage: 54 rounds 3in
300 rounds .50 cal MG



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