|Fighting Vehicle FV102 Striker|
|Armor||Front 1 / Side 0 / Rear 0 / Top 0|
|Operational Range||650 km|
|Fuel Capacity||350 L|
The FV102 Striker was the anti-tank guided missile carrier in the CVR(T) family and served in the British Army.
A really poor tank destroyer, the FV102 Striker will drain on supplies while only sporadically hitting its target. Because of its poor accuracy, you will prefer almost any other ATGM armed tank destroyers for a similar price. Unreliable, it is a really poor addition to any deck that isn't UK themed.
Available to NATO forces, the FV102 Striker is a lightly armoured ATGM tank destroyer. Its most notable characteristics compared to similar vehicles are:
- Extremely poor ATGM accuracy
- Weak ammo supply
- Good speed
- Cheap price
All of the other characteristics are standard.
- Like most tank destroyers the FV102 Striker has poor optics compared to its range. It is best to be close to reconnaissance units when fielding an FV102 Striker.
- Also, tank destroyers are best used in ambushes and in small groups, or right behind the units it is attempting to support.
- Remember that as an ATGM weapon, if it loses sight of its target, the missile is lost, so position them where you will have a clear field of view. The ATGM can't be shot and will be lost if the tank destroyer moves during the process of shooting.
- Due to its extremely poor accuracy, the FV102 Striker can be said to be the worst ATGM tank destroyer available to NATO forces for the price. The lack of secondary weapon prevents it from having any useful role on the battlefield, only draining supplies with barely any chance of hitting. Only if bought with experience can the FV102 Striker be of use, but for a similar price, other armoured ATGM tank destroyers can do a better job.
|Rate of fire||12/min|