The BA-10M is a Soviet armoured car developed in the late 1930s from the BA-10.
In 1939 the BA-10 series underwent a modernization program. The modernization featured additional armour to cover potentially vulnerable areas. The weight of the vehicle was increased due to this, but the performance change was minor.
The 71-TK-1 radio was replaced with the 71-TK-3. Optics were improved, and reserve fuel tanks were fitted to the rear of the vehicle. The 'all-over' tracks for off-road usage were stored above the reserve tanks.
The BA-10M saw service in most Russian theatres, incluyding the Far East against Japan in 1939, the Soviet invasion of Poland, and the Winter War. The BA-10M remained in service until the end of the Second World War.
- Standard model.
- BA-10 ZhD
- BA-10 fitted for railway use.
- Modernized BA-10.
- BA-10M ZhD
- BA-10M fitted for railway use.
| Soviet Land Vehicles |
1919 - 1945
|Combat||Armoured Cars||BA-30 • BA-64Z|
|SPAA||M15A1 CGMC • ZiS-42 • ZSU-17|
|SPATG||GAZ-TK • SU-57 • ZiS-41|
|Utility||Transport||Autocar 2½-ton Halftrack • B-3 • GAZ-60 • M2 Halftrack • M5 Halftrack • NATI-3 • ZiS-22 • ZiS-33 • ZiS-35Sh • ZiS-42 • ZiS-42M|
|Combat||Armoured Cars||BA-I • BA-3 • BA-5 • BA-6 (M) • BA-9 • BA-10 (M) • BA-11 (D) • BA-20 • BA-21 • BA-27 (M) • BA-64 • BA-NATI • BAD • BAD-2 • D-8 • D-12 • D-13 • FA-2 • FAI (M) • GAZ-TK • PB-4 • PB-7 • LB-23 • LB-62|
|Railroad Armoured Cars||BA-6 ZhD • BA-10 ZhD (M) • BA-20 ZhD • BA-64 ZhD • BAD-2 ZhD • FAI ZhD|
|SPAA||94-KM SPAAG • Chevrolet G7107 SPAAG • GAZ-AAA SPAAG|
|SPATG||KSP-76 • SD-57 (N) • ZiS-31|
|SPH||SU-1-12 • SU-12|
|Trailers||KP-42 • KP-43|
|Russian Armoured Cars 1930 - 2000|