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Tank
Sherman M4A3E4
T-34/85
JS-3
T-10M
T-54/55
M-46
M-47

Centurion

Centurion Mk6/2

Conqueror

M-48

M-60A1
M60A1 ERA
M-60A2
M-60A3
T-55AM2 w/BDD

Leopard 1

Leopard 1A1A1 (1975+)

vs KE (mm)(1)
Glacis: 94mm
Turret: 90mm
Glacis: 92mm
Turret: 90mm
Turret: 200-230mm
Glacis: 208mm
Turret: 240-260
Glacis: 240
Lower front hull: 140
Turret: 230 (6)
Glacis: 190
Turret: 96-108
Glacis: 126-146
Turret: 130-220
Glacis: 160-200
Mantle: 152
Turret: 152-174
Glacis: 140 (76mm at 57 deg)
Lower front hull: 110
Mantle: 200
Turret: 165-174
Glacis: 220 (121mm at 57 deg)
Lower front hull: 110
Turret: 350
Glacis: 260
Mantle: 200
Turret: 130 Glacis:220
Nose: 125
Lower front hull: 100
Turret: 210
Hull front:170-250 (5)
Turret: 260
Turret: 277
Hull front: 170-250
Turret: 240
Hull front:170-250
Turret: 180-520 Glacis: 330
Lower front hull: 180
Turret: 180-190
Mantle: 230
Glacis:140
Lower front hull: 120
Turret: 220-250 (320-450 vs 1970s APFSDS)
Glacis:140

Leopard 1A3/A4

Turret: 250-330 Glacis:140

Leopard 1A5

Turret: 430-470 Glacis:140

Leopard C.2
T-62

T-62E w/BDD 'Bra'
T62MV w/ERA
Chieftain
M1 (2)
M1IP / M1A1 (2)
M1A1HA (2)
M1A1HC/M1A1HA+/M1A2
M1A2 SEP (2)
Leopard 2A1-A3 (16)
Leopard 2A4
Leopard 2A5
Leopard 2A6
Chieftain Stillbrew
Challenger 1 (15)
Challenger 2 (21)
T-72 "Ural"

T-72 "export" (9)/T-72M (10)

T-72M1 (11)

Turret: 550-600
Glacis: 250-300
Front turret: 180-240
Glacis: 210
Lower front hull: 180 (7)
Turret: 180-480
Glacis: 350
Lower front hull: 180
Turret: 210-280
Glacis: 240-260
Turret: 340-360
Glacis: 350
Lower front hull: 320mm
Turret: 400 Glacis: 400
Mantle & Turret: 450
Glacis: 350-490
Lower front hull:430-470
Turret: 660-680 Glacis:560--590
Lower front hull:580-630
Turret: 880-900 Glacis:560-590
Lower front hull:580-650
Turret: 940-960 Glacis:560-590
Lower front hull:580-650
Turret: 550 (more vs Soviet 1980s APFSDS)
Glacis: 350 (500-550 vs Soviet 1980s APFSDS)
Lower front hull: 350
Turret: 590-690 Glacis:600
Lower front hull:600
Turret: 850-930 Glacis:620
Lower front hull:620
Turret: 920-940
Glacis: 620
Turret: 530-540 (580-600 vs 1970s Soviet
APFSDS)
Glacis: 300-400
Turret: 590-620 Glacis:550-600
Lower front hull: 450
Turret: 920-960 Glacis:660
Lower front hull: 590
Turret front: 280-380
Glacis: 305
Turret: 280-380
Upper front turret: 180
Glacis: 335
Lower front hull: 200
Turret: 280-380
Upper front turret: 290
Glacis: 400(18)
Lower front hull: 250

T-72A "Dolly Parton" M1981/3

T-72B "Super Dolly Parton" & S w/K-1 ERA (23)

T-80 (24)

T-80B (24)

T-80BV (8)

T-80U (3)

Ukrainian T-84 w/K-5 ERA
T-72B Model 1988 / early T-90 (4)
T-64 (115mm gun)
(1192 built 1964-68)
T-64A (17)

T-64B (17)

T-64BV (8)

Leclerc (19)
AMX-30

Turret: 280-380
Upper front turret: 290
Glacis: 400(18)
Lower front hull: 250
Turret: 280-550-690
Glacis: 485
Lower front hull: 250
Turret: 280-450
Upper front turret:200 Glacis:335
Lower front hull:210
Turret: 280-500
Upper front turret:290-320 Glacis:415
Lower front hull: 270-360
Turret: 280-530
Glacis: 425-435
Lower front hull: 270-360
Turret: 280-850
Upper front turret: 290-390
Glacis: 780
Lower front hull: 310-430
Turret: 850-1100
Glacis: 680-720
Turret: 420-750-920
Glacis: 670-710
Lower front hull: 240
Turret: 280-400
Glacis: 335
Turret: 280-450
Upper front turret: 200
Glacis: 335
Lower front hull: 200
Turret: 280-450
Upper front turret: 280-300
Glacis:415
Lower front hull: 230
Turret: 300-480
Upper front turret: 310-350
Glacis: 460
Lower front hull: 280
Turret: 400-700+
Glacis: 600
Turret: 180-230
Glacis: 220-240
Lower front hull: 140

AMX-30B2 (12)

Turret: 180-260 Glacis:220-240
Lower front hull: 140

C1 Ariete (13)

Turret: 490-500

Glacis:470
Turret: 500-570
Arjun
Glacis: 410
Turret: 645
Al Khalid
Glacis: 435-455
Turret: 195
Japanese Type-74
Glacis:190
Japanese Type 90 (14)
Turret: 800-840 Glacis:420
Turret: 200-260
Chinese Type-59/69/79
Glacis: 195
Turret: 200-520
Chinese Type-59D w/ERA
Glacis: 200-490
Turret: 280-340
Chinese Type-80/88A/B
Glacis: 270
Turret: 400
Chinese Type 85-III/88C/96
Upper front turret: 260
Glacis: 400
Turret: 640
Chinese Type 98 (22)
Glacis: 450
Turret: 740-800
Chinese Type-99 w/ERA
Glacis: 450-630
Turret front: 550 (520 vs 1970s Soviet APFSDS)
Merkava Mk1
Glacis: 380 (540 vs 1970s Soviet APFSDS)
Turret front: 760
Merkava Mk2
Glacis: 480 (570 vs 1970s Soviet APFSDS)
Turret: 790-820
Merkava Mk3 (20)
Glacis: 760
Lower front hull: 670
Merkava Mk4
Turret: 600-1030
Magach 7
170-250
Turret: 360-380
Magach 7C
Glacis: 400-430
Turret: 380-520
Magach 7D
Glacis: 400-430
290-320
Strv-103 (S-tank)
Lower front: 160
Strv-103C
290-440
Strv-122 (Swe Leo2)
700-1100
Korean K1 (initial)
480-520
Korean K1 (later)
540-580
Korean K1A1
720-750
Turret: 240
Swiss Pz61/68
Glacis: 115
Glacis: 130
M2A2/A3 Bradley
Front turret: 100-110
Sources: Mainly from posts on Tanknet the premier source of tank discussion online. Also
from Stephen Zaloga's various works on Russian MBTs, GSPO forum, BTVT, Vasiliy
Fofanov's Russian MBT site, Hilmes' books, Hunnicutt Patton and Abrams, Janes IDR and

the NII Stali website.
Notes:
1. I have usually listed the best frontal armour equivalent, even the mighty M1A2SEP or
T-90A will not have the same protection at all points on its frontal arc. Some points will
be weaker, especially say the upper front turret or the gun mount. In many cases the
measured LOS armour thickness will differ from the protection estimated above, often that is
because of the incorporation of exotic compounds that offer better protection than an
equivalent weight of RHA against some threats. For example, the LOS thickness of the glacis
armour on the basic T-72 is about 550mm, but RHAe protection vs KE round is far less.
2. Protection levels for US MBT's are larger than usually quoted because the US standard
is for a 30 degrees oblique shot. To return to US Army style measurements divide all figures
on chart by 1.15. NII Stali estimate M1A1HA turret at 700mm versus KE, 850mm versus
CE for a 30 degrees oblique shot. GSPO/BTVT estimates M1A1 at 480-500 versus KE and
790-840 versus CE, M1A1HA at 530-550 versus KE and 750-780 versus CE, M1A2 at 770
versus KE and 1000-1200 versus CE. In 1979, Soviet analysts estimated the XM-1 glacis
protection as 490-575 versus KE and 550-600 versus CE, with the turret 400-450 versus KE
and 550-600 versus CE.
3. The quoted figures are with Kontakt-5 ERA i.e late 1980s T80U or T80UD version.
Without K-5 protection of front turret is 275-750mm vs KE and 960mm vs CE. BTVT
estimates T80U w/K-5 max glacis 800mm vs KE/1100mm vs CE; turret 860mm vs
KE/1200mm vs CE.
4. These figures include Kontakt-5 second-generation ERA. Russian estimates suggest
T-72B Model 1988 with K-5 ERA turret protection is about 750mm vs KE. BTVT estimates
T90 at 800-830 versus KE and 1150-1350 versus CE.
5. Turret side is 138mm; turret rear 58mm. M60A1 turret reportedly suffered from
substandard cast armour reducing protection offered. This was rectified in M60A3.
6. Turret side is 160mm. Hull side is 80mm.
7.

Turret side is 170mm. Hull side is 80mm.

8.

Includes Kontakt-1 first-generation ERA.

9. "Monkey model" sold to WarPac/Third World clients with stereoscopic coincidence
rangefinder and lower grade steel armour. Used by Iraq in 1991 Gulf War firing poor quality
steel 125mm rounds. In 1984, the CIA assessed the base T72 protection as glacis 350mm vs
KE and 450mm vs CE, turret 450mm vs KE and 450mm vs CE.
10. "Monkey model" sold to WarPac/Third World clients with laser rangefinder and lower
grade steel armour. Used by Iraq in 1991 Gulf War firing poor quality steel 125mm rounds.
In 1984, the CIA assessed the T72M protection as glacis 350mm vs KE and 450mm vs CE,
turret 450mm vs KE and 450mm vs CE.
11. "Monkey model" sold to WarPac/Third World clients with laser rangefinder and glacis
applique plate (after tests showed M-111 could penetrate old glacis) plus "sandbar" armour in
turret front. In 1984, the CIA assessed the T72M1/T72A protection as glacis 400-450mm vs
KE and 450-500mm vs CE, turret 500mm vs KE and 650mm vs CE.

12.

With ERA fitted becomes 250-290mm vs KE & 580-720mm vs CE.

13. Turret side is 140mm vs KE & 220mm vs CE. Uparmoured Ariete is 570-600mm turret
vs KE and 1140-1360mm turret vs CE.
14.

Turret side is 290mm vs KE and 450mm vs CE.

15. Lower hull front of Mk1/3 version had ERA = 520mm KE & 800-1000mm vs CE. Side
hull had ERA = 130mm KE & 820-840mm vs CE.
16. Some Russian estimates give the Leopard 2 frontal protection of 700mm vs KE and
850mm vs CE. See http://armor.kiev.ua Others estimate Leopard 2 as 380-400 versus KE and
650-700 versus CE. BTVT estimates Leopard 2A4 (1988) at 580 versus KE and 1100 versus
CE and Leopard 2A5 (1994) at 830 versus KE and 1300 versus CE. In 1979, Soviet analysts
estimated the basic Leopard 2 protection as glacis and turret front of 400-450 versus KE and
550-600 versus CE.
17. According to a declassified CIA report from 1984, the US then assessed that the T-64A
and T-64B had the same protection level of 370-440mm vs KE and 500-575mm vs CE. NII
Stali and Chobitok report the T-64A glacis as 299mm KE/410mm HEAT and the turret as
364mm KE/450mm HEAT RHA equivalent protection (presumably for the 1973 model).
BTVT estimates T-64A max as glacis 335mm vs KE/450mm vs CE, turret 410mm vs
KE/450mm vs CE. GSPO estimates T-64B as 380-450mm versus KE and 500-560mm
versus CE. BTVT estimates T-64B as 350-500mm versus KE and 450-600mm versus
CE. From 1981 on, the T-64A and T64B produced were essentially unified in terms of
armour protection.
18. Glacis figures after appliqué plate applied from July 1983. Original glacis of 335mm
RHAe could be penetrated by Israeli M-111 105mm APFSDS. BTVT estimates T-72A as
glacis 400mm vs KE/490mm vs CE; turret 380mm vs KE/490mm vs CE.
19. Russian estimate gives Leclerc turret 620-640 versus KE; 1100-1200 versus CE. French
estimate gives it 650-700 versus KE and 1100-1200 versus CE. These estimates are
probably for the thickest part of the turret armour, which appears to be at the corners, just like
with Soviet T-XX tanks.
20. Russian estimate gives Merkava Mk3 turret 580 versus KE; 1200 versus CE.
21. Russian estimate gives Challenger 2 turret 800 versus KE; 1300 versus CE.
22. Chinese sources indicate that ZTZ-98 has a 220mm thick glacis of steel - glass fibre HSS - steel sloped at an angle of 68 degrees (i.e. nearly 590mm LOS thickness). They claim
this gives protection of 500-600mm RHAe. The lower front hull is 80mm steel. The turret
front is composite armour with a claimed resistance 700mm RHAe against KE and 800mm
RHAe against HEAT.
23. BTVT estimates T-72B max as glacis 485mm vs KE/900mm vs CE; turret 540mm vs
KE/900mm vs CE.
24. BTVT estimates T-80 max as glacis 350mm vs KE/500mm vs CE; turret 500mm vs
KE/600mm vs CE. BTVT estimates T-80B max as glacis 450mm vs KE/560mm vs CE;
turret 500mm vs KE/600mm vs CE.

AT Round penetration estimates:
(please be aware there is a good margin of error around any of these figures)
Israeli/Chinese Type-IIM (new) 125mm 600mm at 2km
Chinese Type-II 125mm 550mm at 2km
Pakistani Niaza 125mm DU 550mm at 2km

Israeli M711 (Romanian CL3254) 125mm tungsten 560mm at 2km (1995) (20:1 L/D) (also imported by India
Chinese/Pak (old) 125mm tungsten 460-480mm at 2km (1993)
Bosnian M04 125mm tungsten 540mm at 2km (2012)
Ukraine 125mm Vitiaz round 760mm at 2km (2002)
Russian 125mm BM-42M "Lekalo"? tungsten 600-650mm at 2km (200?)
Russian 125mm BM-46 "Svinets" DU 650mm at 2km (1991) (22:1 L/D)
Russian 125mm BM-42 "Mango" tungsten alloy 520mm at 2km (1986) (16:1 L/D)
Russian 125mm BM-32 "Vant" DU 560mm at 2km (1985) (13:1 L/D)
Russian 125mm BM-29 DU 470mm at 2km (1982) (12:1 L/D)
Russian 125mm BM-26 "Hope" (1983) tungsten alloy 450mm at 2km (extended BM-22 13:1 L/D)

Russian 125mm BM-22 "HairPin" (1976) tungsten 430mm at 2km (most common round in late 1970s/early 1
Russian 125mm BM-17 (1972) steel 310mm at 2km (simplified export BM-15)

Russian 125mm BM-15/Yugo M88 tungsten carbide slug (1972) 340mm at 2km (version of BM-12 with exte
Russian 125mm BM-12 tungsten carbide slug (1968) 315mm at 2km
Russian 125mm BM-9 steel (1962) 290mm at 2km
Russian 125mm BK-12 HEAT (1962) 420mm at all ranges
Russian 125mm BK-18/21 HEAT (1980) 550mm at all ranges
Russian 125mm BK-29 HEAT (1990) 700mm at all ranges
Indian T-2 125mm tungsten 500mm at 2km (1997) (appears similar to ChiCom 125mm round)
Iranian 125mm tungsten 470mm at 3km
Polish Pronit 125mm tungsten 540mm at 2km (2001)
1990s Polish 125mm tungsten round 460mm at 2km

Czech Synthesia 125mm APFSDS-T round 500mm at 2km
Slovak TAPNA 125mm APFSDS-T round 530mm at 2km
Soviet 122mm BR471B APCBC 162mm at 1km (129mm at 2km) (1945)
Soviet 122mm BR-472 APCBC fired from JS-III 191mm at 1km (165mm at 2km)
Soviet 122mm BR-472 APCBC fired from T-10M 247mm at 1km (210mm at 2km)
Soviet 122mm BM11 APDS fired from T-10M 354mm at 1km, 308mm at 2km (1967)
German 120mm DM-13 390mm at 2km (1979)
German 120mm DM-23 470mm at 2km (1983)
German 120mm DM-33/Japanese JM-33 550mm at 2km (1987)
German 120mm DM-43A1/US KEW A1 590mm at 2km (1994)
German 120mm DM-53 tungsten 700mm at 2km (1996)
German 120mm/L55 DM-53 760mm at 2km (2001)
German 120mm DM-63/Israeli M-338 tungsten 680mm at 2km (2006)
German 120mm/L55 DM-63 tungsten 720mm at 2km (2006)
Japanese Type 10 120mm APFSDS 600mm at 2km (2010)
S.Korean K276 120mm tungsten 700mm at 1km (2004)
French 120mm OFL120F1 tungsten 590mm at 2km (1994)
French 120mm OFL120F2 DU 647mm at 2km (1997)
US M103 120mm APC 221mm at 1000yards; 199mm at 2000yards at 30 degrees
UK Conqueror 120mm AP 255mm at 1000 yards; 226mm at 2000 yards (1.8km)
UK Conqueror 120mm L1A1 APDS 446mm at 1000 yards (914m)
UK L-15 120mm APDS round 355mm at 1km/340mm at 2km (1965)
UK L-31 120mm HESH 460mm at any range (1960s)
UK L-15A4 120mm APDS-T 450mm at 2km (1970s, and exported to Iran before Revolution)
UK L-23 120mm tungsten APFSDS round 450mm at 2km (Apr 1983)
UK Charm-1 L-26 120mm DU APFSDS round 530mm at 2km (1991)
UK Charm-3 L-27 APFSDS 120mm DU 720mm at 2km (1999)

UK L-28 120mm APFSDS 770mm at 2km (200X)
US M829A3 120mm DU 765mm at 2km (2003) (Russian estimate 795mm)
US M829A2 120mm DU 730mm at 2km (1994)
US M829A1 120mm DU 610mm at 2km (1991) (Russian estimate 700mm)
US M829 120mm DU 552mm at 2km (1987)
US M827 120mm tungsten 450mm at 2km (never fielded by US)
US Olin GD120 120mm tungsten 520mm at 2km
US/Egyptian KEW-A2 120mm tungsten 660mm at 2km
South Korean 120mm APFSDS 670mm at 2km
Indian 120mm tungsten 650mm at 2km
Chinese 120mm tungsten 550mm at 2km
Russian 115mm BM-28 DU APFSDS 384mm at 2km (early 1980s)
Russian 115mm BM-21 DU APFSDS 330mm at 2km (mid-late 1970s)
Soviet 115mm BM-6 steel APFSDS 280mm at 1km, 246mm at 2km (1962)
Soviet 115mm BM-4 steel APFSDS 200mm at 2km (1961)
Soviet 115mm BM-3 tungsten carbide APFSDS 270mm at 2km (for original T-64)
UK/Egyptian 115mm BD/36-2 APFSDS 460mm at 2km
Chinese Type-86 105mm DU 460mm(from "short" 105)/480mm(from "long" 105) at 2km
Chinese Type-93 105mm DU 510mm("short")/540mm("long") at 2km
Chinese Type-95 105mm DU 580mm at 2km (from "long" Type-83A 105mm)
UK T-2 HP 105mm tungsten round 560mm at 2km

UK 105mm L-28 tungsten cap APDS 120mm at 60 degrees at 900m, 250mm at 1km (mid-1950s, used by Jap
US/UK 105mm L-36A1/M392 tungsten cap APDS 260mm at 1km (1961)

UK 105mm L-52A3 tungsten core APDS 320mm at muzzle, 280mm at 1km, 254mm at 1500m, 240mm at 2k
UK 105mm L-64A4 tungsten APFSDS 310mm at 2km (1982)
UK/Pakistani 105mm H6/62 APFSDS 360mm at 2km (1990s)
Pakistani 105mm DU APFSDS 450mm at 2km

Indian 105mm APFSDS 350mm at 2km
French OFL105F2 105mm DU 520mm at 2km (mid 90s)
French OFL105G1 105mm APFSDS 350mm at 2km (1981)
French OFL105G2 105mm tungsten 440mm at 2km (late 1980s)
French OFL105F1 105mm tungsten 250mm at 2km (1981/2)
French 105mm HEAT (AMX30) 160mm at 60 degrees
French 105mm (AMX13 FL12) 360mm at 2km
Canadian C127 105mm tungsten 460mm at 2km (1992)
US M392/German DM13 105mm APDS 250mm at 1km (1960)

US M-392A2 105mm APDS 260mm at 1km, 250mm at 1.5km, 225mm at 2km (early 1970s) (Rushed into se
war)
US M-728 (UK L-52) 105mm APDS 320mm at muzzle, 280mm at 1km, 240mm at 2km (mid 1970s)

US M-735 105mm tungsten APFSDS 330mm at 1km, 300mm at 2km (1978, used by Japanese Type-74 from
US M-735A1 105mm DU 370mm at 1km, 350mm at 2km (never deployed)
US M-774 105mm DU 375mm at 2km (1981)
US FP105/Can C76 105mm tungsten 330mm at 2km (export only)
US M-833 105mm DU 440mm at 2km (1984)
US M-900 105mm DU 520mm at 2km (1991)
Taiwanese TC84 105mm APFSDS 450mm at 2km
Mecar 105mm tungsten APFSDS 390mm at 2km

German DM-23/Israeli M111 'Hetz 6'/South Afr FS Mk1 105mm tungsten 310mm at 2km or 150mm at 60 de
German DM-23A1 105mm tungsten 330mm at 2km (1980s)
German DM-33/Israeli M413 'Hetz 7'/Sth Afr FS Mk2 105mm tungsten 380mm at 2km (1984)
German DM-63/Israeli M426 'Hetz 10'/Sth Afr FS Mk2 Imp. 105mm tungsten 450mm at 2km (early 1990s)
US M456 105mm HEAT 350mm
Soviet BM-25 100mm APFSDS 296mm at 2km (late 1970s) [320mm at 1km]
Soviet BM-8 100mm APDS 238mm at 2km (1968) [257mm at 1km]

Soviet 100mm HVAPDS 200mm at 1km (HEAT 300mm)
Soviet BR-412D 100mm APCBC 198mm at 1000m (165mm at 2000m) (post-war)
Soviet BR-412B 100mm APBC-T 160mm at 1000m (134mm at 2000m) (1945)
Soviet BR-412 100mm APC 135mm at 1000m (1943)
Soviet 100mm BK-354M HEAT 280mm (WWII)
Soviet 100mm BK-5M HEAT 390mm (1960)
Yugoslav M65 100mm APCBC 158mm at 1km; 136mm at 2km (1954)
Yugoslav M98 100mm APFSDS 150mm at 60 degrees at 2km
Pakistani/Chinese AP-100-2 100mm APFSDS 350mm at 2km (1986)
Chinese AP-1 100mm APFSDS 240mm at 2km (1980)
Chinese AP-2 100mm APFSDS 290mm at 2km (early 1980s)
Romanian BM-412M (M309) 100mm APFSDS 418mm at 2km (1990s)
Mecar M-1000 100mm APFSDS 350mm at 2km (1996)
US 90mm M82 APC (M36/M41 gun) 122mm at 1000 yards (913m), 106mm at 2000 yards
US 90mm M304 HVAP 199mm at 1000 yards (913m), 156mm at 2000 yards
US 90mm M318 APBC-T 117mm at 1000 yards (913m), 109mm at 2000 yards
US M341 90mm HEAT 300mm (mid 1950s)
US 90mm T119 (T41) APBC 152mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical
US 90mm T119 (T41) APDS 236mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical
US 90mm T119 (T41) HVAP 223mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical
US 90mm M3A1 (M46 Patton) APBC 119mm at 1000 yards (913m) at 30 degrees from vertical
US 90mm M3A1 (M46 Patton) HVAP 157mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical
Mecar M-652 90mm APFSDS 180mm at 1km (150mm at 2km)
French OFL-90 F1 90mm APFSDS 230mm at 1km (200mm at 2km) (early 1980s)
South Korean M-241 90mm APFSDS 230mm at 2km (1984)
UK 20pdr (83.4mm) APDS 280mm at 1000 yards (913m) [260mm at 1500 yards]
Soviet 85mm BR372 APCBC 185mm at 1km (D48 anti-tank gun and ASU85 only)

Soviet 85mm BR367P APCR 180mm at 1km (1960s)
Soviet 85mm BR365P APCR 110mm at 1km (1946-47)
Soviet 85mm BR365 APBC 102mm at 1km (WW2)
US M93 76mm HVAP 175mm at 1000m, 160mm at 1500m (1945)
US T91 76mm (M41) APC 122mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical
US T91 76mm (M41) HVAP 208mm at 914m at 30 degrees from the vertical
Soviet 76.2mm HVAP 61mm at 1km (HEAT 120mm)
US 76mm M464 APFSDS 230mm at 2km
US 76mm M1A2 (M4 Sherman) APCBC 89mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical (WWII)
US 75mm M6 (M24 Chaffee) APCBC 77mm at 914m at 30 degrees from vertical (WWII)
Fr 75mm POT-51A (Isr M50) 110mm at 1km
French 75mm (AMX13 FL10) 170mm at 1km
Israeli 60mm tungsten APFSDS 120mm @ 60 degrees at 2km
Soviet 57mm BR-271P HVAP 145mm at 500m
Bofors 40mm APFSDS 131mm at 1km
35mm APDS 90mm at 1km
Oerlikon 30mm APFSDS 97mm at 1km
30mm L14A3 tungsten APDS 63mm at 1km
2A42 30mm AP-I 44mm at 1km
2A42 30mm APDS 62mm at 1km
New 2A42/2A72 30mm APFSDS 79mm at 1km
25mm APFSDS DU 75mm at 1km
Oerlikon 25mm tungsten APFSDS 77mm at 2km
25mm APFSDS 56mm at 1km
25mm M919 DU APFSDS 30mm+ at 60 degrees at 2km
25mm M791 APDS 33mm at 60 degrees at 1km; 28mm at 60 degrees at 2km
20mm APDS DM-63 44mm at 1km (1988)

20mm APDS DM-43 40mm at 1km (1982)
20mm HVAP for Rh-202 gun 34mm at 1km
12.7mm API 19mm at 500m


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