- 75-mm anti-aircraft gun Bofors m/29
Automatic gun Bofors 40 mm is widely known, but few know about other models of artillery from this company. Among them was this 75-mm anti-aircraft gun, which appeared simultaneously with the 40-mm cannon.
- 75-mm anti-aircraft gun Schneider
When in the course of the First World War, there was a need for a system of air defense, France responded quickly enough to adjust for aerial gunnery its proven 75-mm field gun sample 1897.
- 75-mm anti-aircraft gun type 88
Despite the apparent similarity, should not be confused Japanese 75-mm cannon with the German 88-mm anti-aircraft gun Flak.18. Type 88 - this is typical of Japanese development in 1928, corresponding to 2588 chronology of ancient eastern base of the empire.
- 76,2-mm cannon dinamoreaktivny BOD
order to compensate for the pressure of powder gases and reduce recoil, comes equipped with heavy artillery gun carriages, strong stems and different recoil device. In contrast, the Russian engineer D. Ryabushkin in 1916 proposed to test a brand new type of gun is a conventional tube on a tripod.
- 76,2-mm divisional gun ZIS-3
ZIS-3 - one of the most brilliant designs in the history of conventional artillery, - after studying and testing the captured guns in his diary Professor Wolf, head of the firm Krupp artillery.
- 76,2-mm infantry mortar M. L. 3-in Mk. II 1934
In the late 20-ies to support the British infantry on the battlefield needed to create a light cannon. Initially it was assumed that this would be the battalion gun, but then decided to limit easier and cheaper mortar.
- 76,2-mm field gun mod. 1902
Russian regimental 76.2-mm gun, better known as trehdyuymovka, was the beginning of the century in one of the best guns in the world and has been used successfully in times of World War I and the Civil War.
- 76,2-mm regimental gun OB-25
76,2-mm regimental gun mod. 1927 was widely used during the military conflicts in the CER at Lake Khasan and Khalkhin Goal, as well as in the first period of the Great Patriotic War.
- 76,2-mm regimental gun obr.1927
Need light artillery regiment became clear during the years of the First World War, when it was developed and put into mass production of 76.2-mm short gun mod.
- 76,2-mm antitank gun M5
In 1940, the U.S. Army required to create anti-tank gun, capable of withstanding any known or are still in the tank design. When designing such a weapon designers applied barrel 76.2-mm anti-aircraft gun, and took carriage of 105-mm field howitzer.
- 76,2-mm antitank gun Q. F. 17-pdr
This 17-pound cannon was the most powerful anti-tank gun of the British Army during the Second World War. Its development began in 1940, but the first instance appeared in the summer of 1942.
- 76,2-mm self-propelled anti-M10 Wolverine
In June 1942, a modified ACS T35E1 was adopted by the designation 3-inch self-propelled gun M10. Sometimes, this machine is also called Vulverin (Wolverine). M10 was good fighting machine with a relatively low silhouette and satisfactory ballistic profile.
- 76,2-mm self-propelled anti-M18 Hellcat
Nowadays one can hardly find someone who still doubts that the best anti-tank weapon is. Whatever it was, in principle and shoot lam always had its supporters, who were able to prove the need for the emergence of tank destroyers in the U.S. Army.
- 76,2-mm self-propelled antitank Marder III (r)
Anti SU Marder III are known in three versions, defined cannon armament. In 1942, being phased out production of obsolete light tank Pz Kpfw 38 (t), and on its basis from April to October was released (344 and 19 rebuilt in 1943) Panzerjager 38 (t) fer 7.62cm PaK36 (r) ( Sd Kfz 139). Because installation of captured Soviet 76.2mm gun installation seemed cumbersome.
- 76,2-mm gun F-22
The idea of creating a universal gun capable of firing both ground and aerial targets appeared representatives of the High Command of the Red Army in the early 30s.
- 76,2-mm self-propelled gun Archer
propelled installation was in 1943 It was created based on light infantry tank Valentine. In this department with the force placed therein diesel engine liquid cooling GMC remained unchanged, and instead of the driver's compartment and the fighting compartment mounted open-topped lightly armored conning tower that houses the crew, consisting of 4 persons and weapons.
- 76,2-mm self-propelled gun SU-5
After the test Infantry SAU AT-1, paving the way for a new kind of artillery its combat effectiveness in the USSR, work began on the so-called small triplex, is a universal carriage with folding stops based infantry tank T-26. In this carriage depending on the situation or put 76-mm cannon sample 1902/30 years.
- 76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun 9K
76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun Lander was successfully used during World War I and the Civil War, however, due to the development of aviation in 20 -s is outdated. Therefore, the Main Artillery Directorate (GAU) required modernization of weapons, primarily to increase the firing range of vertical and increase the area affected by the use of new types of shells.
- 76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun Lender
first real Russian anti-aircraft gun was developed in 1912 as an engineer Putilov FF Lender. To increase the rate of fire, he invented a special mechanism that when opened automatically rollback stem wedge gate and threw the sleeve, and after insertion into the breech of the next projectile closed shutter cocking the hammer.
- 76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun M3
This instrument was created in 1928 to equip the anti-aircraft batteries of coastal defense, and then only after considerable modernization transformed into a mobile.
- 76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun Q. F. 3-in 20cwt
Q. F. 3-inch gun was the first English, specially designed as anti-aircraft. Originally it was intended for arming ships and was put into production in early 1914.
- 76,2-mm anti-aircraft gun installation Ivanova
During the First World War, has rapidly increased the importance of military aviation. Huge airships dumped hundreds of pounds of bombs on enemy targets rear. There is growing concern ground troops brought reconnaissance airplanes and bombers.
- 76-mm self-propelled gun SU-12
first full self-propelled artillery type were made in the USSR in the mid-30s and built in single units or in small batches. Repression suffered by the supreme command of the Red Army, in particular supporter ACS Marshal Tukhachevsky, caused the termination of such works.
- 76-mm self-propelled gun SU-76
SU-76 created on the basis of a light tank T-70 as a means of mobile infantry support. In front of the driver installation was placed on the left and right - the engine-transmission group. Fighting compartment (cutting) installed in it 72.2 mm gun ZIS-3 was placed behind.
- 80-mm multiple rocket launcher R-Vielfachwerfer (P-Filfahverfer) 1943
Since German systems of salvo fire lost in the firing range of the Soviet Katyusha, OKW ordered in 1943 to develop their own installation of a similar type.
- 80-mm self-propelled gun Da 90/53
PERFORMANCE Da 90/53
- 81-mm mortar Brandt (Brandt,) 1927
This mortar was created by Edgar Brandt, based on Russian design Stokes appeared at the end of World War I, and became famous throughout the world.
- 81-mm mortar CrWr 34 1934
81-mm mortar sample in 1934 was the standard armament machine-gun company of the infantry battalion of Wehrmacht. In each such company of along with 12 machine guns had six mortars CrWr 34, which initially belonged to severe, but in the middle of the war acquired the status of medium.
- 82-mm mortar BM-36 1936
In 1935-1936 started small-lot production of 82-mm mortar battalion. By November 1, 1936 the Red Army consisted of 73 82-mm mortar battalion, although states have put their pieces in 2586.
- 82-mm mortar BM-37 1937
battalion 82mm mortar arr. 1937 was a modernization mortar arr. In 1936 a new drummer mortar height reduced from 26 to 8 mm, the base plate is made of round, introduced minor changes to the lifting mechanism, the leveling and shock absorber (made more progress springs). Made more secure fastening sight.