YaG-10 (29-K)

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YaG-10 (29-K)
General characteristics
6 peopleCrew
71 %Visibility
front / side / backArmour
0 / 0 / 0Hull
0 / 0 / 0Turret
10.6 tWeight
177 hp93 hpEngine power
16.7 hp/t8.8 hp/tPower-to-weight ratio
47 km/h forward
7 km/h back
43 km/h forward
6 km/h back
76 mm 3-K cannonMain weapon
48 roundsAmmunition
5 / 6.5 sReload
-3° / 82°Vertical guidance
18000 Rp icon.pngResearch
77000 Sl icon.pngPurchase
Sl icon.png1410 / 1794/1740 / 2215/1950 / 2482Repair
22000 Sl icon.pngCrew training
77000 Sl icon.pngExperts
330 Ge icon.pngAces
136 % Rp icon.pngReward for battle
140 % Sl icon.png120 % Sl icon.png70 % Sl icon.png


GarageImage YaG-10 (29-K).jpg

The YaG-10 (29-K) is a rank III Soviet tank destroyer with a battle rating of 3.3 (AB/RB/SB). It was introduced in Update 1.67 "Assault".

This unarmoured truck is equipped with a good fast-firing 76.2 mm cannon, which has similar armour penetration to the infamous D-5T from later soviet vehicles. This is the last unarmoured truck chassis of the Soviet tech tree, after the ZiS-12 (94-KM) and before the ZiS-43.

The 29-K is a pure sniper, use it as such. This truck is all about its precise, fast firing gun and nothing else. Safely cover up 2/3 of the vehicle behind a building, leaving only the gun, gunner and one loader exposed, taking precise shots at unsuspecting enemies.

It's a cannon on wheels. Unlike most other Soviet trucks, it is not a GAZ chassis, it is a ten-wheeled YaG-10. This new (and unique) chassis is slower than its predecessors, but has better ground flotation with 10 wheels in total (8 in the back and under the gun, 2 at the front). The wheeled configuration makes turning on the spot impossible; thus, anticipate an escape route in case the situation turns sour.

It has 6 crew members, meaning it can take a few shots and even resist MG fire (if well-covered). Ammo racks are covered with 12 mm steel plates, meaning regular MGs cannot ignite them. Otherwise, any HE shell will rip the YaG-10 apart and artillery usually shreds the vehicle with shrapnel. This low armour value has its advantages: APHE shells will often not detonate or simply not hit anything if shot from the sides.

The 76.2 mm 3-K equipped on this chassis is one hell of a gun, with good penetration and a relatively flat ballistic trajectory. 3 loaders provide it with a fast reload speed, comparable to Rank 1 vehicles. These 3 crew members allows a bit of loss before feeling a reduced firing rate. The only things the gun may lack is a good amount of HE filler for destroying enemy vehicles easier and a faster turning speed for reacting faster. This gun has similar characteristics to the D-5T, found on later Soviet tanks, providing a good learning curve to tanks using it (mainly SU-85, IS-1, T-34-85 (D-5T)).

General info

Survivability and armour

Armour type:

  • Structural steel (Truck cabin)
  • Rolled homogeneous armour (Bed frame)
  • Wood (Truck bed)
Armour Front Sides Rear Roof
Truck 5 mm Grille
5 mm (83-86°) Front hood
5 mm 5 mm 5 mm


  • Wheels are 10 mm thick
  • Chassis is 30 mm thick


Game Mode Max Speed (km/h) Weight (tons) Engine power (horsepower) Power-to-weight ratio (hp/ton)
Forward Reverse Stock Upgraded Stock Upgraded
Arcade 47 7 10.6 133 177 12.55 16.7
Realistic 43 6 83 93 7.83 8.77


Main armament

Main article: 3-K (76 mm)
76 mm 3-K Turret rotation speed (°/s) Reloading rate (seconds)
Mode Capacity Vertical Horizontal Stabilizer Stock Upgraded Full Expert Aced Stock Full Expert Aced
Arcade 48 -3°/+82° ±180° N/A 9.7 13.4 16.2 __._ 19.2 6.5 5.7 5.3 5.0
Realistic 6.5 7.7 __._ __._ 11.0


Penetration statistics
Ammunition Type of
Penetration @ 0° Angle of Attack (mm)
10 m 100 m 500 m 1,000 m 1,500 m 2,000 m
BR-361 APHEBC 121 119 109 98 88 79
O-361 HE-DF 22 22 21 20 20 20
Shell details
Ammunition Type of
Mass (kg)
Fuse delay
Fuse sensitivity
Explosive Mass
(TNT equivalent) (g)
Normalisation at 30°
from horizontal
0% 50% 100%
BR-361 APHEBC 813 6.61 1.2 14.0 150 +4.0° 48° 63° 71°
O-361 HE-DF 813 6.61 0.05 0.1 621 +0.0° 79° 80° 81°

Ammo racks

Ammo racks of the YaG-10 (29-K)
rack empty
rack empty
rack empty
rack empty
48 __ (+__) __ (+__) __ (+__) __ (+__) __

Usage in battles

This truck is preferably used at a distance to increase its survivability. Most MGs have poor accuracy at distance, greatly decreasing their ability to shred the 29-K. It has a good and very precise gun capable of taking down (almost) any target it may encounter from the front. Always show the sides since it decreases the chances of having a bullet pass right through all of the crew members in one shot. Showing the side also allows the YaG-10 to use the full 360° traverse to its best. If possible, only show the gun, this way, it allows minimal exposure and can allow for quick hiding at a moment's notice and if shot, only sacrifices one or two crew members.

Do not:

  • Rush into towns
  • Drive directly towards an enemy
  • Stay near an artillery strike
  • Snipe in the middle of a field: Find cover

Although this is a Rank 3 vehicle, its low BR often places it against Rank 2 tanks. Even with its awesome cannon, this truck can encounter fierce foes with even better armour.


Tier Mobility Protection Firepower
I Tires Parts Horizontal Drive
II Suspension Brake System FPE Adjustment of Fire
III Filters Crew Replenishment Elevation Mechanism
IV Transmission Engine Rangefinder

Pros and cons


  • Decent 76.2 mm gun can penetrate most enemies.
  • Very fast reloads with 3 loaders.
  • Precise gun, good ballistic trajectory.
  • Paper-thin armour makes AP rounds over-penetrate.
  • Six crew members.
  • Ammo racks are protected from MG fire.
  • Has access to HE-DF which could make it easier to take out aircraft.


  • Paper-thin armour lets machine guns rip it to shreds.
  • Poor gun depression of -3°.
  • Ammo rack in rear and middle of the overall vehicle.
  • Slow gun traverse.
  • Very low mobility.
  • Can be easily destroyed by air strikes.
  • No access to APCR.
  • Lack of a gun shield means that the gunners are easier to take out than they are on the 88mm Flak Truck.
  • Shredded by artillery and HE shells.
  • Prone to hull break.
  • Cannot shoot upfront due to the high truck cabin.


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See also

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External links

USSR tank destroyers
Light  SU-5-1 · ZiS-30 · SU-57 · SU-57B · SU-76M · SU-76M (5th Gv.Kav.Corps) · YaG-10 (29-K) · SU-85A · Khrizantema-S
Medium  SU-122 · SU-85 · SU-85M · SU-100 · SU-100P · SU-122P · SU-122-54 · IT-1 · Shturm-S
Heavy  SU-100Y · ISU-122 · ISU-122S · SU-152 · ISU-152 · Object 268 · Object 120
Rocket  BM-8-24 · BM-13N
Airborne  ASU-57 · ASU-85