The FV4005 holds the distinction of being the single largest cannon available in War Thunder Ground Forces at 183 mm, as well as having a very long single-shell reload with a stock time of 38.9 seconds.
The FV215b 183 is a tier X British turreted tank destroyer. Known affectionately as "Death star". As its name suggests, it holds a 183mm gun; the largest gun caliber in the entire game.
V-3 – Hitler's 'Supergun'
A battery of 25 gun tubes were sunk into inclined tunnels in the ground, further protected by a vast concrete slab. It was planned to bombard London at a rate of 600 shells an hour. The Allies assumed the site was part of the V-2 rocket programme and launched bombing attacks in late 1943.
1. NLAW stops tanks dead in their tracks. Weighing just 12.5 kilograms, NLAW is a portable, shoulder-launched system that can be used by a single operator. Its armour-piercing warhead can destroy a heavily protected modern battle tank with one shot, and the system is effective at ranges between 20 and 800 metres.
Overall the new Russian tank is on par with the US Abrams tank. In some areas it is slightly superior than the Abrams, however it has got no cutting-edge superiority. The Abrams has technical superiority in mobility and cross-country performance.
The T-90M tank reportedly sent to the Ukrainian front is a model developed by the Ural Design Bureau of Transport Engineering and is considered the most advanced version of the T-90 family of tanks.
The SU-152 "Taran" was armed with the 152.4 mm M-69 "Taran" rifled gun, with a barrel length of 9045 mm, fitted with a powerful muzzle brake. With an overall length of about 10 meters it is the longest gun of any type ever installed in a fully enclosed armoured fighting vehicle.
Even a non-penetrating shell could still disable a tank through dynamic shock, internal armor shattering or simply overturning the tank.
The Gustav gun created by the Germans, takes the cake on this one with an 80cm barrel. The Germans first used this gun in World War II; it was designed to pulverize French defensive bunkers in the early days of the war.
NATO has 5,040, 5,495 and 2,803 in comparison, but leads in battle tanks and armoured vehicles, with 14,682 and 115,855 respectively, to Russia's 12,420 and 30,122.
Russia has lost 38,750 military personnel, 1,700 tanks, 3,905 armoured combat vehicles and 703 drones in the course of its full-scale military invasion in Ukraine.
The M1 Abrams entered service in 1980 and currently serves as the main battle tank of the United States Army and formerly the Marine Corps. The export version is used by the armies of Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and Iraq.
The combined total of Nato military personnel currently exceeds 5.4m – around four times as many as Russia, according to Statista.
A second round fired from 700 yards, bounced off, and the offending T-72 was blasted. The third T-72, at a range of roughly 400 yards, fired a round, which left a groove in the armor of the Abrams. It, too, was destroyed by a shot fired through a sand berm.
According to Oryx's figures, half of the tanks Russia has lost have not been destroyed or damaged by the enemy but have been captured or abandoned. Experts put this down to logistical failures, and incompetence by Russian troops.
Russia has lost more than 1,700 tanks in Ukraine - Sandboxx.
An anti-tank rifle is an anti-materiel rifle designed to penetrate the armor of armored fighting vehicles, most commonly tanks, armored personnel carriers, and infantry fighting vehicles.
"You could use a high explosive squash head, which flattens out like a pancake when it hits. It then detonates and sends a shock wave through the armour which causes the inside to 'scab' and fly about inside." A recoilless rifle or anti-tank guided missile might also do the trick.