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The C1 Ariete is a main battle tank developed for the Italian Army.
Typical of the modern day main battle tank, the Ariete can engage targets in a variety of conditions. It can engage stationary or moving targets; it can attack opponents whether or not the Ariete is on-the-move; finally, it can engage targets day or night with the factory-installed thermal imager and laser rangefinder.
The standard load-out consists of three primary weapons systems:
A 120 mm main gun,
A 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun manned by a crew member, and
A 7.62 mm anti-aircraft manned by the tank commander.
The tank's fire-control system is designated the TURMS Fire-Control System, and includes, among other features:
Day- and night-capable panoramic commander's scope for increased visibility,
Stabilized gunner's platform including thermal optics and a laser rangefinder to increase accuracy and expedite target detection and targeting,
Digital fire-control mini-computer.
The most important aspect, the fire-control computer, is capable of measuring wind speed, humidity, and exterior weather conditions, combining them with the turret's angle of elevation, attitude, and the barrel's physical wear to increase accuracy.
Its primary weapon is the 55-calibre 120 mm main gun. The gun's barrel is a smoothbore design, and is autofrettaged and stress-hardened to increase durability over extended periods of fire. Its implementation allows for the use of a combined load-out of armour-piercing, fin-stabilized, discarding sabot APFSDS and high-explosive anti-tank HEAT rounds.
The tracks are fairly standard, composed of seven road wheels and four drive rollers.