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T2 Light — Tier II American light tank

T2 Light

II

Parameters

Compare tank's parameters with others from:
320
HP
7 / 12
236.0
View range
7 / 12
Firepower
Shell
392
DPM
9 / 12
30
Penetration
10 / 12
8
Damage
10 / 12
1
Devices/crew damage
7 / 12
48
Burst damage
5 / 6
770
Velocity
8 / 12
50.00%
Penetration loss over distance
12 / 12
Explosion radius
— / —
DPM
— / —
Penetration
— / —
Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
— / —
Explosion radius
— / —
DPM
— / —
Penetration
— / —
Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
— / —
Explosion radius
— / —
DPM
— / —
Penetration
— / —
Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
— / —
Explosion radius
— / —
20.0
Caliber
10 / 12
48.96
Rate of fire
3 / 12
0.00
Reload time
— / —
6.85
Magazin reload time
2 / 6
6
Magazine size
3 / 6
0.10
Shell reload time
1 / 6
Gun handling
1.67
Base aim time
5 / 12
0.441
Dispersion
11 / 12
Dispersion factors
0.200
When moving
8 / 12
0.200
When rotating
8 / 12
0.080
When rotating turret
1 / 12
2.600
After shot
5 / 12
Gun angles
8°
Depression
9 / 12
21°
Elevation
5 / 12
180°/180°
Aiming arc (left / right)
1 / 12
39.84
Turret traverse speed
6 / 12
Mobility
7.60
Weight
10 / 12
Speed
65
Forward
1 / 12
20
Backward
1 / 12
Effective Power / Weight ratio
33.84
On hard terrain
1 / 12
25.44
On medium terrain
1 / 12
20.50
On soft terrain
1 / 12
Traverse speed
50.13
On hard terrain
4 / 12
37.69
On medium terrain
6 / 12
30.37
On soft terrain
7 / 12
3.73m×2.13m×1.67m
Size
4 / 12

Armor profile

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Primary armor
  • 64–80
  • 48–64
  • 32–48
  • 16–32
  • 0–16
Spaced armor
  • 64–80
  • 48–64
  • 32–48
  • 16–32
  • 0–16
Weak
Strong
Chances of getting penetrated from 100m distance by average tank of given type:
  • — less than 30%
  • — between 30% and 70%
  • — more than 70%

Armor performance

Based on tank position, enemy tank type and shells
In battle vs:
Head on
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
From the side
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
From the back
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
Historical Reference

The vehicle prototype was designed and built by Rock Island Arsenal in 1933. The chassis and suspension elements of the Vickers Mk. E (Vickers "6-tonner") tank were used. Trials of the T2 prototype were successful, but the T2E1 variant was preferred due to its higher terrain crossing capacity.

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