Russian Defense Ministry
Russia’s troops has a new tank that it claims can outgun a US’ Abrams, though that’s only one of many it has in a arsenal.
Moscow unveiled a T-14 Armata conflict tank in 2015, and it has given a held a lot of courtesy from a west.
It reportedly has a 125mm smoothbore cannon, and could presumably one day get a 152mm gun that fires low-yield chief shells, according to Task and Purpose.
Still, the Armata won’t be prepared until during slightest 2019, that means that other designs, like a T-72B3 and T-80U, still make adult a infancy of Russia’s roughly 2,700 tank fleet.
Here’s what Russia has right now.