72-K | 61-K | 21-K | |
---|---|---|---|
Modification | Mod. 1940 | Mod. 1939^{*2} | |
Caliber,mm | 25 | 37 | 45 |
Battle weight/Transportation weight, kg | 1170/1230 | 2100/- | ? |
Barrel length, calibers | 76.6 | 62.6 | 46 |
Shell weight, kg | 0.288 | 0.732 | 1.45 |
Range (horisontal/vertical), m | 6000/2000 | 8500/6500 | 9900/7000 |
Muzzle velocity, m/sec | 387 | 880 | 760 |
Rate of Fire (maximal/combat), rounds/min | 240/70 | 160 | 25-30 |
Max. Elevation angle, deg | 85 | 87 | 85 |
Arc of fire, deg. | 360 | 360 | 360 |
Transport | Mech. | Mech. | immovable |
Max. transp. speed, km/h | 60 | 60 | - |
Loading, type | ? | unitary | unitary |
Guncrew | 5 | 5 | 4 |
In Troops on June, 22'41 | ? | 1382^{*3} | 306^{*5} |
Armor piercing* | ? | 500/46/90° 1000/37/90° |
? |
Years of production | 1941-45^{*1} | 1940-46 | 1934-47^{*6} |
Numbers produced | 4860 | 19892^{*4} | ? |
* - Range, m/armour, mm/angle, deg. When angle is not given it can be assumed to be 90°.
*1 - Modifications 1941-45:
94-KM mod. 1944 - paired 72-K gun mod. 1940; 237 such guns were built in 1944-45.
84-KM mod. 1944 - naval variant. 330 such guns were built in 1944-45.
*2 - Navy modification - 37mm naval AA gun "70-K" mod. 1940;
*3 - Figure on June 1'41. According to [2] there were 1214 37(40) mm AA guns in RKKA (including 817 in western military districts); 127 "70-K" guns and 44 "61-K" guns in Navy forces.
*4 - until the end of war.
*5 - On June 1'41. No data in [2] for this gun;
*6 - In 1942 the gun was modified and got index VM-42;
Ivanov^{*1} | 8-K^{*3} | 9-K | 3-K | 52-K | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|
Modification | Mod. 1914/15 | Mod. 1915/28 | Mod. 1931 | Mod. 1939 | |
Caliber,mm | 76.2 | 76.2 | 76.2 | 76.2 | 85 |
Battle weight/Transportation weight, kg | 1060/? | 1300/? | 1610/? | 3750/4970 | 4900/? |
Barrel length, calibers | 30 | 30.5 | 48.5^{*4} | 55 | 55.2 |
Shell weight, kg | 6.2 | 5.6-7.1 | 6.56 | 6.5/6.61^{*5} | 9.54/9.2^{*5} |
Range (horisontal/vertical), m | -/4500 | 9500/5800 | 13000/8000 | 14600/9250 | 15500/10500^{*8} |
Muzzle velocity, m/sec | 588 | 730 | 813/816^{*5} | 800/880^{*5} | |
Rate of Fire (maximal/combat), rounds/min | 10 | 10-12 | 15-20 | 15-20 | 15 |
Max. Elevation angle, deg | 56 | 75 | 75 | 82 | 82 |
Arc of fire, deg. | 360 | 360 | 360 | 360 | 360 |
Transport | Mech/horses | Mech. | Mech. | ||
Max. transp. speed, km/h | ? | ? | 35 | 50 | |
Loading, type | unitary | unitary | unitary | unitary | |
Guncrew | 5 | 6 | 6 | 7 | 7 |
In Troops on June, 22'41 | 805^{*2} | 539^{*2} | 19^{*2} | 3821^{*6} | 2630^{*9} |
Armor piercing* | ? | ? | ? | 500/78/? 1000/68/? |
500/91/? 1000/83/? |
Years of production | ? | 1914-1934 | 1928-1934 | 1932-39 | 1940-1945 |
Numbers produced | ? | ~1000 | ? | ~5000^{*7} | 13422 |
* - Range, m/armour, mm/angle, deg. When angle is not given it can be assumed to be 90°.
*1 - 76mm gun mod. 1900 on Ivanov's mount. Check for other data here. The last known case of usage during the battle of Smolensk 1941.
*2 - No data for those guns in [2];
*3 - Lender's gun;
*4 - Since 1930 its length was increased up to 55 calibers;
*5 - Splinter/Armor-piercing shells;
*6 - From [2] there were 4450 AA guns mod. 1931 & 1938 (2073 of them in western military districts), 862 guns "3-K" in Navy and 6 paired 81-K 76 mm guns.
*7 - Was designed in 1931 having German 7.62 cm Flak gun ("Rheinmetall") as prototype. Some modifications of gun-carriage and breech were made in 1938. 960 guns were made in 1939. 750 guns mod. 1938 were in RKKA on June 22'41.
*8 - Effective range for antitank fire - 925 m.
*9 - From [2] there were 3082 such guns. 66 of them in Navy and 2616 in western military districts.