AMX 13 105

The AMX 13 105 is a French tier 10 light tank.

A variant of the AMX 13 developed in the late 1950s. The FL 12 turret adjusted for a 105-mm gun was mounted on the vehicle. The new variant of the AMX 13 did not see service in the French army, but was exported to other countries; the vehicle was produced in Argentina under a license. Despite the firepower was improved, the new design had several disadvantages. For example, a greater recoil saw turrets crack sometimes.

Essentially an AMX 13 carrying an oversized cannon. With its 3-shot autoloader, It can unleash nearly 1200 damage per clip. But this tank had a few downsides because of the gun itself, So play this tank carefully.

The AMX 13 105 marks the end of its French light line.

Pros and Cons

Pros:
- High damage per magazine (Around 900 - 1200 per magazine if all shot penetrated)

- Very high mobility

- Small profile provides great camo rating

- Very low chance of catching fire (10%)


Cons:
- Slow turret traverse speed

- Horrible gun elevation (Only 12 degrees)

- Long aiming time

- Very low ammo capacity (30 rounds ; Can fully reload only 10 times)

Historical Info

AMX-13/105 Modèle 58
Fitted with a 105mm Gun in an FL-12 turret (used by the Argentine Army and the Netherlands)