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Magach 7C
Magach 7C
Tier / Class:
6 Main Battle Tanks
Sol Schreiber
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
400 mm
Hit Points:
Hull F/S/R:
350 / 140 / 60
Turret F/S/R:
570 / 300 / 100
Max Speed:
54.00 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
6.83 s
Hull Traverse:
26.17 deg/s
420 m
Accuracy (Spread):
Max Cannon Depression:
-10 / 0°
Turret Traverse Speed:
38.41 deg/s

The Magach 7C is a tier 6 Main Battle Tanks originating from Israel, and is sold by Sol Schreiber. It can be unlocked from the Magach 6B, and leads to the Merkava 3 Barak Zoher.


  • Heavy Armor : this vehicle's armor bounces more shots and takes more hits
  • Enhanced Accuracy : this vehicle has higher accuracy than other tanks of this tier
  • Enhanced Fire Rate : the firing speed of this tank is much higher than that of other vehicles
  • HESH : can even penetrate armor with large hit angles

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Magach 7C Stock Armor
Reputation Cost Credits Hull Armor (F/S/R) Hull Composition Turret Armor (F/S/R) Turret Composition ERA Type ERA Modifiers
Stock Stock 350/140/60 steel 570/300/100 steel
The Magach 7C had a fixed angled mantlet, redesigned wedge-shaped passive armor and gun slots.


105mm M68 Cannon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Max Accuracy Speed Reload
105mm M735A1 AP APFSDS Stock 420 0m 400mm 0.09° 1,501 m/s 7.5s
105mm M393A1 HEP HESH Stock 430 0m 250mm 0.15° 760 m/s 7.9s
105mm DM53 AP APFSDS 14,500 440 0m 500mm 0.09° 1,509 m/s 7.5s
105mm DM22 HEAT HEAT 22,000 450 0m 500mm 0.10° 1,171 m/s 7.5s

7.62mm Secondary Weapon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Velocity Accuracy (Fully Aimed) Reload Time Shells in Magazine Reload within Magazine Burst Fire Rate
7.62mm AP AP Stock 8 0m 18mm 855m/s 0.15° 5.00s 800 {{{reloadm}}}s 400.00rd/min


Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max Speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
Continental AVDS-1790-5A 908 hp Diesel Engine Stock Stock 54km/h {{{reverse}}} 7s {{{0-max}}} 23deg/s {{{firechance}}}

Continental AVDS-1790-6A 900 hp Diesel Engine 33,000 350,000 55km/h {{{reverse}}} 6s {{{0-max}}} 30deg/s {{{firechance}}}


Magach 6B Gal Batash Upgrades
Name Reputation Cost Credits Description
M90 Smoke Grenades 3,500 40,000 Provides 5 volleys. Takes 80 s to reload. Duration: 10 s

Improved Laser Rangefinder 11,000 230,000 Accuracy improved by 10%

Improved Loading Mechanism 43,800 545,000 Rate of fire is increased by 13%

Improved Transmission 7,350 115,000 Acceleration is increased by 2.5%

Hull traverse rate is increased by 10%


Class: Main Battle Tank
Developed: 1992-1995
Service: 1995-2014
Vehicles Built: cca 100
Operators: Israel

The Magach MBTs were (more or less) modified American M48 and M60 series of Main Battle Tanks, purchased by Israel starting from the 1960s. The first of these tanks were secretly provided by West Germany with the official U.S. deliveries following during the years after. The M48 series bore the designation Magach 1 to Magach 5, the M60 MBTs (the initial version) bore the designation Magach 6 and Magach 7 while the M60A1 and M60A3 MBTs bore the designation Magach 6A to Magach 6B. For many decades, the Magach series formed the backbone of the Israeli armored forces alongside the Super Shermans, Centurions and Merkava MBTs before they were finally retired in 2014.

The Magach 7C (7 Gimel) came in the mid-1990s, several years after the 7A variant, utilizing all the lessons learned from 7A’s design. It was based on the same principle – arrays of passive armor instead of an ERA kit – but the armor was differently (better) shaped, sporting an arrow-shaped look instead of the earlier boxy model. To cope with all this weight and to deal with 7A’s mobility shortcomings, the tank engine was replaced with a more powerful variant used in the early Merkavas. This really kicked the tank’s performance up a notch – once again, it was even more mobile than the older Magachs without extra armor, even when hauling the extra 5 tons around. With the improved tracks and suspension, not much original was left from the venerable M60 at that point.

This way, the tank remained in service for a long time, practically until being phased out in 2014. The 7C is the variant that is most closely related to the Sabra that was developed for the Turkish military and is currently in service under the designation of M60T.

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