Note: Some sources call this the T-34/76A, and other call it the T-34/76B. Suffice to say I think Model 1941 is much more appropriate.
Had rolled plate turret6 with a L/40 gun installed in an angular gun cradle. Late models had all steel wheels and a cast turret.
The T-34/76 Model 1941 had a 76.2 mm Model 1940 L/41.5 gun installed.1 The cast cradle for the gun was replaced by a bolted type.1
In 1942 a cast turret was installed.3,7 Some models had two periscopes in the turret roof.1
Many of the T-34/76 Model 1941s had rubber tired road wheels.7
Automatic welding was used during production.6 Many of the surfaces were left unpainted to get them out quicker to the front lines.6
When the T-34/76 Model 1941 was first being distributed to the Red Army they were often used by the platoon or company commanders.1
19' 5.1"8, 22'4
5.92 m8, 6.92 m2