The M10 was a conversion of the Sherman in line with the American concept of fielding dedicated tank destroyers.
British versions mounted a 17 pdr gun and a later American version (the M36) eventually mounted a 90 mm gun.
The M10 had an open turret and used the same chassis as the Sherman but was less well-armoured.
The M10 started British service with the Royal Artillery.
It also saw service with both the 3rd and 7th Hussars.
|Armament||1 x 17pdr|
2 x .30 Browning Machine-guns
|Engine:||487 bhp Ordnance 9 cyl RD-1820|
|Year into service:||1944|