M10 (37 mm)
|This page is about the aircraft cannon M10 (37 mm). For other uses, see M10 (Disambiguation).|
The 37 mm M10 is a WW2 American aircraft cannon.
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
The M10 is a development of the earlier M4. The most noticeable changes are an increased rate of fire (165 rpm) and a much larger ammo capacity which is made possible by a disintegrating link belt.
- Default: HEFI-T* · AP-T
- Universal: HEFI-T* · HEFI-T* · AP-T
- Ground targets: AP-T
|Belt||Penetration @ 0° Angle of Attack (mm)|
|10 m||100 m||500 m||1,000 m||1,500 m||2,000 m|
|Belt|| Type of
| Fuse delay
| Fuse sensitivity
| Explosive mass
(TNT equivalent) (g)
Comparison with analogues
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Usage in battles
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Pros and cons
- Slightly higher rate of fire than the 37 mm M4
- HE shells do significant damage to single-engine aircraft
- Inaccurate in full auto, should be restrained to single shot
- Still useless AP shell
- HE shell doesn't do well against sturdy airframes, often requiring multiple hits
- Slow muzzle velocity
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|USA aircraft cannons|
|20 mm||AN/M2 · Browning-Colt Mk12 Mod 0 · Browning-Colt Mk12 Mod 3 · FMC T-160|
|M3 · M24A1 · M39A1 · M39A2 · M39A3 · M61A1 · M195 · M197 · Mk 11 · Mk 11 mod 5 · T31|
|30 mm||M230E-1 · XM140 · GAU-8/A · GAU-13/A|
|37 mm||M4 · M9 · M10|
|40 mm||M75 · M129|
|75 mm||M10 · T13E1|
|20 mm||Hispano 404 (France) · Hispano Mk.II (Britain) · MG 151 (Germany) · Type 99 Model 1 (Japan)|
|30 mm||ADEN Mk.4 (Britain)|
|USSR aircraft cannons|
|20 mm||B-20E · B-20M · B-20S · ShVAK|
|23 mm||GSh-23L · NR-23 · NS-23 · NS-23K · PTB-23 · VYa-23|
|30 mm||2A42 · GSh-6-30 · GSh-30-1 · GSh-30-2 · GSh-30-2K · NR-30|
|37 mm||N-37 · N-37D · NS-37 · SH-37|
|20 mm||Hispano Mk.II (Britain) · MG 151 (Germany)|
|37 mm||M4 (USA) · M10 (USA)|
|France aircraft cannons|
|20 mm||GIAT M.621 · Hispano 404 · Hispano HS.9 · M50|
|30 mm||DEFA 541 · DEFA 551 · DEFA 552 · DEFA 552A · DEFA 553 · DEFA 554 · GIAT M781|
|20 mm||AN/M2 (USA) · Browning-Colt Mk12 Mod 3 (USA) · Hispano Mk.II (Britain) · M3 (USA) · M24A1 (USA) · M39A1 (USA) · MG 151 (Germany) · ShVAK (USSR)|
|37 mm||M4 (USA) · M10 (USA) · NS-37 (USSR)|