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Description

Name: "Chestnut" PDF-38 MBT
Weight: 72.4 Short tons
Crew: Commander, Gunner, Driver
Armor:
[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kontakt-5]Kontakt-5[/url] "Hard" reactive armor plates covering 75% of the visible surfaces in hexagonal shapes with quick remove pins for easy replacement of damaged plates.
Main body has original armor, while the Turret has upgraded armor.
Depleted Uranium sheets sandwiched in-between [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolled_homogeneous_armour]Rolled homogeneous armour[/url] plates protecting the men and/or women inside from the radiation and adding on further protection. Being that there are no explosive shells in the turret for further detonation, ammunition ejection capability is nonexistent.

Main Armament: 200mm Smoothbore Magnetically accelerated Rail-gun, using a jet of air from the engine to speed up the acceleration process.
Secondary: 20mm Coax, alongside two M-50 "Dragons" mounted on the captains position and the emergency escape hatch located where the Gunners hatch originally was
Power-Weight ratio: 36 Hp/Metric ton
Fuel Capacity: 250 gallons of H2
Operational range: 450 Miles/725 km
Speed: On-road- 40 Mph (Governed) 86mph (Ungoverned)
Off-Road 32Mph (Governed) 58mph (Ungoverned)

Ammunition capacity: 39 Aluminum slugs in the shape of a cone for AP capability lining the right side of the turret that is in a box magazine with the slugs loaded crisscross in a rectangular shape.
8 Tungsten decentegrating fletchet rounds for anti-infantry and aircraft use.
10 canisters of Nickle balls, each containing 50 "Balls" as an experimental ammunition

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