How many of the Tanks on your list can I Destroy with the M712 Copperhead?
The cannon-launched guided projectile (CLGP) M712 (Copperhead) is a 155-mm, separate-loading, laser-guided, HE projectile. It is heavier (137.6 pounds) and longer (54 inches) than the standard 155-mm projectile. The M712 projectile consists of three main sections: a guidance section (forward), warhead section (center), and control section (rear). The guidance section contains the seeker head assembly and the electronics assembly. The nose of the projectile houses a laser seeker in a plastic cone. The warhead section contains an HE antitank warhead consisting of 14.75 pounds of composition B. The control section includes the fins and wings that deploy in flight and allow the round limited maneuverability.
The trajectory of the Copperhead projectile is similar to that of a conventional round. Only when the projectile reaches a point on the descending branch of the trajectory does it differ. At that point, on the basis of the two-digit timer setting included in the fire commands, the guidance and control systems are activated. This enables the projectile to alter the remainder of its trajectory.
At 20 seconds from impact, the laser designator operator begins designating the target. The ground laser operator may use a G/VLLD, a laser target designator (LTD), or modular universal laser equipment (MULE). Airborne systems include the AH-64, OH-58D, and unmanned aerial vehicles. The Copperhead projectile acquires the reflected laser energy and initiates internal guidance and control, allowing it to maneuver to the target.
Now, Copperheads accuracy is measured in centimeters, I watched the Weapons Tests.... hits the Tank Turret, or anywhere on the Tank where the Laser points, if one were to have Reactive Armor, well, the Track could be taken off the Tank, or the laser designator operator could put the Round in between Reactive Armor Charges.
If I wanted to find out which Tank was best, I would find out first how long that Tank would survive on the Battlefield, and then see from the shortened list just how each Tank left did in Head to Head Combat.... Tank on Tank.