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M10 British M10 3in SP and British M10C 17pdr SP (BR151)

The US M10 was first supplied to the British in 1944. Initially the M10 (on an M4A2 chassis) and M10A1 (on an M4A3 chassis) were supplied and designated “M10 3in SP” and was the same at that used by the US forces.

British M10s saw service in Italy and France. The Canadians were responsible for its popular nick-name “Wolverine”, a name that has stuck with the M10 throughout post war literature.

Starting in mid 1944 many British M10s were upgunned with the excellent 17pdr gun.

M10C 17pdr The new tank destroyers became designated “M10 17pdr MkIC” for the M10 and “M10 17pdr MkIIC” for the M10A1. It was often shortened to M10C and they were also known as Achilles. A few landed with the 7th Armoured Division in Normandy and saw much action.
The Pack

The pack contains parts to make either the M10 or M10C. Inside you will find a 3in gun and a 17pdr gun and three British crew in the special tank helmet issued in 1944. The commander wears a beret.

M10C 17pdr
M10 3" In Flames Of War

The M10 and M10C Achilles can be found in the Anti-tank Platoon (SP), Royal Artillery in the Divisional support option in Festung Europa. This platoon can support any British Company from Festung Europa.

Both are Fully-tracked and have armour F4, S2 and T0 and have an additional .50cal AA MG available. The turret have Slow traverse because they are man powered. 
The M10 is armed with the M7 3” gun. It has a Range of 32”/80cm, ROF 2, AT 12 and FP 3+.

The M10C Achilles is armed with the OQF 17pdr gun. It has a Range of 32”/80cm, ROF 2, AT 13 and FP 3+, and No HE.

Designed by Evan
Painted by Wayne

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Last Updated On Friday, August 10, 2007 by Wayne at Battlefront