The Puteaux SA 18 was a 37mm breech-loaded cannon used during World War I, arming many tanks of the Allied forces. It was designed for use against machine gun nests and other fortified infantry positions, but could also penetrate light armored vehicles. It was also used on armored cars, riverine craft, and armored trains throughout World War II, although its anti-armor capability was severely limited by improvements over the decades.
Light tank (Close Support)
4 shells (HE and Case)
|Reserve reload time||
3 second delay + 3 seconds per shell
Although capable of modest damage against heavy armored vehicles, it is not an ideal weapon for this purpose as it often takes more direct hits than the cannon can manage with one stock of shells.