SA 37 L/53 47-mm Anti-Tank Gun
Designed to replace the heavy model 1897 75mm anti-tank gun as the French medium anti-tank weapon, the SA 37 was the best towed anti-tank gun in 1940. Unlike the SA-L 34, it was a threat to virtually all the German walkers and vehicles of the time. However it was much rarer than the SA 34 and usually equipped only dedicated anti-tank units or to the Dragon Portez mechanized infantry. As with all other numerous French weapons, it was introduced into the German infantry formations along with the Pak38, as it was equal to it in striking power. There it served until the end of the war.
|Year: 1934||Maneuver: -10||Armor: 3/6/9|
|Threat Value: 14||Fire Control: -2||Movement: Ground (Towed)|
|Size: 7||Sensors: n/a||Deployement Range: n/a|
|Crew: 4||Communications: n/a|
Perks/Flaws: Reinforced Armor (R2, Front), Exposed FC, Exposed Crew, Exposed Movement System