Is SU-122 Good War Thunder?

Is SU-122 Good War Thunder?

The mobility of the SU-122 is excellent for a vehicle with such protection and firepower. On hard and/or flat surfaces it can easily reach 50 km/h after some acceleration which is comparable to even some light tanks.

How many SU-122 were made?


No. built 638
Variants See variants section
Mass 30.9 tonnes (68,122 lb)

What does SPG tank mean?

SPG stands for “Self-Propelled-Gun”. This vehicle type has seemingly “always” been available in the game (at least since Patch 0.6.

When was the ISU 122 made?

December 1943
History and purpose. A prototype of the ISU-122 (in Russian ИСУ-122) heavy self-propelled gun was built at the Chelyabinsk Kirov Plant (Chelyabinskiy Kirovskiy Zavod (ChKZ), Chelyabinsk, Russia), in December 1943.

What is the difference between SU 152 and ISU-152?

While visually they were very similar, the ISU-152 was better armoured(90mm compared to 60mm) and more reliable than the older and less advanced SU-152. They still served the same roles in the Soviet army however. The SU-152 was based off of the hull of a KV-1S tank.

What’s considered an assault weapon?

Drawing from federal and state law definitions, the term assault weapon refers primarily to semi-automatic rifles, pistols, and shotguns that are able to accept detachable magazines and possess one or more other features. Some jurisdictions define revolving cylinder shotguns as assault weapons.

What does SU-122 stand for?

The SU-122 (from Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122 mm) was a Soviet self-propelled howitzer or assault gun used during World War II. The number “122” in the designation represents the caliber of the main armament—a 122 mm M-30S howitzer.

When did the SU-122 tank come out?

Production began in December 1942 and went well until early 1944. The SU-122 was not meant to deal with other tanks, but only with German fortified positions, strongholds and ranged infantry support, which came at the right moment when the German army was in a full retreat behind successive defensive lines.

What is the difference between a T-34 and an SU 122?

The SU-122 was 70 cm (2.3 ft) lower, which meant it was more difficult to hit than an average T-34. The gun itself was protected by its own massive mantlet, encapsulating the receiver, fume extractor and a muzzle brake, protruding from the glacis.

Are there any SU-122s on display today?

Today a single SU-122 is shown on display at the Kubinka Museum (near Moscow). A first production SU-122, in March 1943. A regimental, early production SU-122 in December 1942, Leningrad front, Smierdny region. By then, these were combined in small four-units squads with four SU-76 tank destroyers.