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T-41

Amphibious Light Tank

OVERVIEW
HISTORY
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATORS
ARMAMENT
VARIANTS
Overview



Soviet industry produced twelve developmental examples of the two-man T-41 tracked vehicle to experiment with a light tank offering amphibious qualities.




Specifications

YEAR: 1933
MANUFACTURER(S): Works No.37 (Moscow) - Soviet Union
PRODUCTION: 12
CREW: 2
LENGTH: 12.04 ft (3.67 m)
WIDTH: 6.23 ft (1.9 m)
HEIGHT: 6.46 ft (1.97 m)
WEIGHT: 4 Tons (3,200 kg; 7,055 lb)
POWER: 1 x GAZ-AA 4-cylinder Otto gasoline-fueled engine developing 40 horsepower to a track-and-wheeled arrangement.
SPEED: 25 mph (40 kph)
RANGE: 93 miles (150 km)
NBC PROTECTION: None.
NIGHTVISION: None.
AMPHIBIOUS: Yes.
OPERATORS: Soviet Union
Armament



1 x 7.62mm DT machine gun in turret.

Ammunition:
585 x 7.62mm ammunition.
Variants / Models



Series Model Variants
• T-41 - Base Series Designation






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