105 leFH18B2

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Gift  105 leFH18B2

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France SPG Tier V
Battle Tiers
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Totals
Cost Gift Tank (1,500  Gold)
Hit Points 260260 HP
Weight Limit 32.5/3432.5/34 t
Crew
Commander (Radio Operator)
Gunner
Driver
Loader
Mobility
Engine Power 307307 hp
Speed Limit 28 km/h
Traverse 2222 deg/s
Power/Wt Ratio 9.459.45 hp/t
Pivot YesYes
Armor
Hull Armor 60/60/55 mm
Armament
Damage 307.5-512.5307.5-512.5 HP
Penetration 40-6640-66 mm
Rate of Fire
6.45100% crew: 6.73 rpm
+ BiA : 6.88 rpm
+ Food: 7.18 rpm
6.45100% crew: 6.73 rpm
+ BiA : 6.88 rpm
+ Food: 7.18 rpm
r/m
Accuracy 0.730.73 m
Aim time
5.1100% crew: 4.89 s
+ BiA : 4.78 s
+ Food: 4.58 s
5.1100% crew: 4.89 s
+ BiA : 4.78 s
+ Food: 4.58 s
s
Gun Traverse Speed
22100% crew: 22.94 deg/s
+ BiA : 23.46 deg/s
+ Food: 24.5 deg/s
22100% crew: 22.94 deg/s
+ BiA : 23.46 deg/s
+ Food: 24.5 deg/s
deg/s
Gun Arc -15°/+15°
Elevation Arc -4°/+45°-4°/+45°
Ammo Capacity 4242 rounds
General
Chance of Fire 2020 %
View Range
390100% crew: 390 m
+ BiA : 398.36 m
+ Food: 415.07 m
390100% crew: 390 m
+ BiA : 398.36 m
+ Food: 415.07 m
m
Signal Range
525100% crew: 547.5 m
+ BiA : 559.88 m
+ Food: 584.63 m
525100% crew: 547.5 m
+ BiA : 559.88 m
+ Food: 584.63 m
m
Parent none
Child none
Research
RT-France-105 leFH18B2.jpg
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The 105 leFH18B2 is a French tier 5 premium self-propelled gun.

In March 1941, the Rheinmetall-Borsig company ordered sixteen captured B1 Bis tanks to be converted into SPGs. The work was started only at the end of 1941 due to the lack of operational tanks. The vehicles entered service in 1942.

It is the first premium self-propelled gun to be added into the game. Overall, it can be compared to the AMX 13 105 AM mle. 50, since its gun has about the same damage, accuracy, and range. Making a valuable addition to firepower on public matches, but still loses against opponents like the Grille for its unmatched accuracy and damage, many players will feel right at home using this equipment as it can be very forgiving. Its relativelly thick armor is able to bounce shots from low tier guns, giving it a better defense against light tanks. The leFH18B2 also weighs in at almost 33 tons, allowing it to destroy light tanks that attempt to ram it.

This tank was removed from the in-game store in the 8.6 update. It will be given as special awards during specials and events.


















Modules

Gun
TierNameAmmoDamagePenetrationShell PriceRate of FireAccuracyAim TimeElevationXP CostPriceWeight
05V 10,5 cm le.F.H. 18 L/28 42 410/350/350 HP 53/104/64 mm 128 Credits/10 Gold/120 Credits
6.45100% crew: 6.73 rpm
+ BiA : 6.88 rpm
+ Food: 7.18 rpm
r/m
0.73 m
5.1100% crew: 4.89 s
+ BiA : 4.78 s
+ Food: 4.58 s
s
-4°/+45° --- 0--- 2,300 2,300 kg

Engine
TierNamePowerFire ChanceTypeXP CostPriceWeight
04IV Renault 307 0307 307 hp 020 20 % Gasoline --- 0--- 0540 540 kg

Suspension
TierNameLoad LimitTraverse SpeedXP CostPriceWeight
04IV leFH18B2 003434 t 02222 d/s ------ 0--- 8,050 8,050 kg

Radio
TierNameRangeXP CostPriceWeight
06VI Fu.Spr.Ger. F
525100% crew: 547.5 m
+ BiA : 559.88 m
+ Food: 584.63 m
525100% crew: 547.5 m
+ BiA : 559.88 m
+ Food: 584.63 m
m
0--- --- 0--- 0050 50 kg

Historical Info

105_leFH18B2-a german modification of the French B1 bis tank
105 leFH18B2 was a German 105-mm howitzer self-propelled artillery unit based on a chasis of French B-1 bis tank. In the early spring of 1941 a decision was made to convert sixteen captured French B1 bis tanks into self-propelled artillery units. Rheinmetall-Borsig company, which was in charge for the development choose to install leFh18/3(sf) ((German: leichte FeldHaubitze - "light field howitzer"), standard Wehrmacht infantry light howitzer. The weapon was crude, but simple to maintain and very effective. It had a heavy, simple breech mechanism with a hydro-pneumatic recoil system. With a newly installed muzzle brake, it could fire a 14,81 kg HE round to a maximum distance of 10675 meters. Muzzle velocity was around 460 m/s with a rate of fire between 4-6 round per minute. Production of 105 leFH18B2 was launched in late 1941, and by the end of 1942, all planned units were delivered to the troops.
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