P19 CK CC (Chasseur de Chars)

P19 CK CC (Chasseur de Chars)
Image: P19 CK CC (Chasseur de Chars)
Vehicle TypeLight Tank Destroyer
Origin & DesignerFrance/Citroen-Kegresse-Hotchkiss
Numbers Produced[@numbers_produced]
Crew2 + 3 Gun Crew
Main Armament1 x 25mm L/72 Hotchkiss SA-L Modèle 1934 Anti-Tank Gun
Main Armament[@sponson_traverse]
Elevation-5° to +21°
Turret Traverse[@turret_traverse]
Gun Traverse60°
Gun Mount[@gun_mounts]
Maximum Range[@maximum_range]
Armour Penetration[@armour_penetration]
Gun Sight[@gun_sight]
Secondary Armament1 x 7.5mm FM 24/29 Machine Gun (AA)
Smoke Discharger[@smoke_discharger]
Ammunition Carried30 x 25mm + 500 x 7.5mm
Combat Weight2.725 kg
Ground Clearance0.28m
Fording Depth[@fording_depth]
Trench Crossing[@trench_crossing]
Obstacle Clearance[@obstacle_clearance]
Climbing Ability[@climbing_ability]
ArmourGun Shield: 7mm
Engine6-Cyl (Petrol)
Transmission3 Forward & 1 Reverse
Maximum Road Range350 km
Maximum Cross Country Range[@maximum_cross_country_range]
Maximum Water Range[@maximum_water_range]
Maximum Road Speed46 kph
Maximum Cross Country Speed[@maximum_cross_country_speed]
Maximum Water Speed[@maximum_water_speed]
NotesThe CK P19 halftrack was already used to tow light anti-tank guns. In 1937 it was developed to carry the gun instead of towing it. It had a front facing 25mm anti-tank gun. These porteed guns were issued to cavalry units.