The BA-10 was built on a GAZ-AAA chassis. Installation of a 73-TK-1 radio took place, and these vehicles were designated BA-10M. Also, a railway vehicle was built known as BA-10ZD. About 1.400 BA-10 including all variants were built. China, Mongolia and Turkey may have used the BA-10 in service. Finland captured more than 20 BA-10, especially during the Winter War. Three BA-10 was sold to the Swedish Army by the Finns where they were tested as command vehicles known as Pansarbil m/31F. In 1941/42, Germany captured many BA-10 and used them with infantry, police and training units as Panzerspähwagen BAF 203(r).