Stridsvagn m/31

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Stridsvagn m/31
Stridsvagn L-10.jpg
Type light tank
Place of origin Sweden
Service history
In service 1935-1940
Used by Sweden
Production history
Designer AB Landsverk
Designed 1932
Produced 1932
No. built 3
Specifications
Weight 11.5 short tons (10.3 long tons)
Length 5.2 m (17 ft)
Width 2 m (6.6 ft)
Height 2.22 m (7.3 ft)
Crew 4

Main
armament
37 mm Bofors
Secondary
armament
ksp m/14-29
Engine Maybach DSO 8
150 hp (110 kW)
Operational
range
125 miles (201 km)[1]
Speed 40 km/h (25 mph)

Stridsvagn m/31 (Landsverk L-10) was a Swedish World War II era tank built by AB Landsverk. It was armed with a 37 mm Bofors gun and a light machine gun, and was equipped with 8–24 mm armor. Only three were built and, despite being highly advanced for the time when World War II broke out, they were dug in as static bunkers.[2]

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