The Type 3 Kai should be a great long and medium range fire support, based on its Type 5 75 mm Tank Gun and relatively armored turret. Trials were shown to be a success, and the modified Chi-Nu was ordered for production. These tanks were supposed to be a new breed of anti-tank capable medium tanks. It plays like most of the line. The Chi-Nu is graced with decent camo-rating due to its small size. Hull-down tactics are severely limited due to this.
However, only 60 vehicles were manufactured due to shortages of components and materials. If not played this way people will focus on you as you are a very soft target. What the Chi-Nu excels at is sniping and support. With that said, the Chi-Nu will never fail to reward players who can take advantage of its strengths and mitigate its weaknesses. It looks to be a slow sniper due to having no armour. Based on the above historical facts, I believe that having the Type 3 Kai as a premium tank would be good for fans of Japanese tanks. The was designed with an extended circular to keep the hatch above water.
To quote Soukoudragon: The gun is the Type 5 75mm model 2 cannon. In 1943, development was being hindered to resource issues, thus the Japanese feared it would take too much time until either the Chi-To or the Chi-Ri could be ready. The tank was the most powerful among wartime Japanese mass-produced vehicles. A total of 166 Type 3 Chi-Nu tanks were produced, 55 in 1944 and 111 in 1945. It's not fast and it hasn't got any armour.
The undercarriage used the Hara system, with the addition of 2 more road-wheels and two more return rollers on each side than the Type 1 Chi-He. I will not think twice to propose the sites to any individual who should have counselling about this issue. However, the somewhat smaller production model Chi-To's turret was chosen for this, with its armor reduced from 75mm to 50mm to reduce the stress on the chassis. In May 1944, the Chi-Nu development started and was completed in the same year. Ultimately, the latter was chosen due to design flaws in the Chi-Nu's turret, such as insufficient ventilation ports, leading to build-ups of gasses from the main cannon. The Type 3 Chi-Nu leads to the.
I wish to show some appreciation to the writer just for bailing me out of such a difficulty. A Chi-Nu taking fire from any and all enemies will wither quickly unless it can find cover. The Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai medium tank is a combination of the Type 3 Chi-Nu suspension and turret and the Type 4 Chi-To gun. Specifically, the mismatch in crew values caused by commander's 10% crew skill bonus. The Type 3 Ka-Chi was deployed only in the Japan homeland and did not see combat. The Type 90 75mm field gun was modified and became the Type 3 75mm tank gun and mounted onto the tank. The vehicle required a crew of seven, one of whom as with the Type 2 Ka-Mi served as an on-board mechanic.
Finding terrain and foliage to blend into is not too difficult. This thing can basically be killed with 1 salvo of the mauser gun the Pz I C has. This was the same 47 mm gun used on the army's. And thus production began in Japan in anticipation of an inevitable land invasion of Japan itself. But still… 160 damage and 15,3 rounds per minute? Secondary armament was a coaxial and a hull mounted weapon of the same type. Variants included 4 tanks that were up-armored, as the Chi-Nu's 50mm of frontal armor wasn't enough to withstand shells from M4's and T-34's. On March 19, 1945, tests using the Chi-To turret were conducted at the Irago Firing Ground, and it was deemed that the handling of the tank was unaffected, and the results were satisfactory.
Outside of a crew of 1 commander only, 100% crew is a fiction. However, in practice, the pontoons were usually retained, as they provided some marginal additional protection against enemy fire. As a second line support tank. Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai The vehicle was developed by the Škoda company under the Panzer Development Program initiated by the Heer German Army land forces. The Type 3 Chi-Nu medium tank is a modification of the Тype 1 Chi-He with a new turret and gun. In 1942, Japan initiated a new medium tank program of 3 projects, each being a different class of medium tank: a 47mm medium tank, a 57mm medium tank, and a 75mm medium tank.
Is it worth the 1500 good as a Japanese trainer? Or is the te ke a good enough trainer? The water propulsion was provided by twin-screws and it had two steering screws. However, it makes up for it with the Type 5 75mm gun, arguably one of the best medium tank guns at Tier V. One must keep in mind, however, the disappointing soft stats on the Japanese tanks; for example, be sure to aim completely, or you will usually miss horribly. However, thanks to its accurate and deadly gun, the Chi-Nu makes a great second line sniper. The Type 3 Ka-Chi prototype was completed in late 1943 and the first units entered service that same year. The main gun of Type 3 Ka-Chi was the with barrel length of 2. The main priorities of the Japanese Navy were in warship and aircraft production, and lacking in any definite plans for additional amphibious operations, production of the Type 3 Ka-Chi remained a very low priority.
This tank will be relatively slow compared to it. The front pontoon had a curved '' shape and both pontoons could be jettisoned from inside the tank once the tank had landed. Thanks a lot so much for your impressive and result oriented guide. In short time, the 47mm class was seen obsolete and was upgrading to a 57mm tank project, whereas the remaining two projects merged into a single 75mm tank project. You can expect at least 1 crew member to be disabled when hit assuming you survive. The Type 3 Ka-Chi had a distinctive large behind the turret for aerating the more efficiently and keeping the exhaust free of water. Your own capability and kindness in touching every aspect was excellent.