|Modification||Mod. 1902||Mod. 1902/30||Mod. 1933||Mod. 1936||Mod. 1939||Mod. 1942|
|Battle weight/Transportation weight, kg||1092/1300||1350/1300||1351/2277||1620/2820||1470/2500*7||1200/1850|
|Barrel length, calibers||30||40||50||51.1||40||41.6|
Shell weight, kg
|Direct Fire range, m||?||820||825||825||820||820|
|Muzzle velocity, m/sec||588||680||710||706-690||680-662||680|
|Rate of Fire, rounds/min||10-12||10-12||15||15||15||25|
|Max. Elevation angle, deg||37||37||43||75||45||37|
|Arc of fire, deg.||5||5||5||60||60||54|
|Transport||6 horses||6 horses||Mech./horses||Mech.||Mech./horses||Mech/horses|
|Max. transp. speed, km/h||6-7||6-7||25||30||35||50*9|
|In Troops on June, 22'41||See*1||?*3||3041*4||1170*8||-*10|
|Years of production||?||1931-37||1934-36||1936-40||1939-1942||1941-45|
* - By armor-piercing shell. Range, m/armour, mm/angle, deg. When angle is not given it can be assumed to be 90°.
*1 - Data : 2066 guns mod. 1902 and 2411 guns mod. 1902/30. From them 118 and 1164 guns respectively in western military districts.
Data : 4356 guns mod. 1902 & mod. 1902/30 including 1281 of them in western military districts.
Both types of guns were utilized by Germany (7,62 cm F.K.295(r)), Romania, Turkey, Finland, Poland, Latvia. In Poland 75mm regimental gun was designed based on this gun.
*2 - Were widely used both in divisional and regimental artillery. (This type - more widely was used in divisional artillery). Was utilised By Germans as 7.62 cm F.K.295(r). Also were employed in Romania, Turkey, Finland, Poland, Latvia.
*3 - No data in  for them.
*4 - Data from . Among them 2300 in western military districts. This figure can be in contradiction with the numbers produced, as in this cell could be included guns of similar types.
*5 - Also was utilized by Germany (7,62 cm Pak 36(r) - modified AT gun, 7,62 cm FK 296 (r) - original field gun), Romania (for TACAM-60 self-propelled gun based on chassis of the T-60 soviet tank).
*7 - Modification USV-BR had 1560/2070 kg weight and ZIS-22-USV - 1550 kg battle weight.
*8 -  - 1177 guns including 256 in western military districts.
*9 - Mechanical traction (GAZ-AA, GAZ-AAA, ZIS-5 et.al.): 50 km/h - highway, 30 km/h - unpaved road, 10 km/h - rough terrain. Horse traction (6 horses) - 8-10 km/h.
*10 - Had several modifications:
Used a wide collection of shells (high-explosive shell, armor-piercing, shrapnel, subcaliber (? not sure about term translation), hollow-charge shell, smoke, incendiary shell et. al.) It was used in divisional artillery, anti-tank artillery, Supreme command-in-chief reserve formations. Captured guns were utilized in Germany, Finland, Romania. Self-propelled gun TACAM R-2, based on R-2 tank and 75mm AT gun D.T.-U.D.R. 26 (Resita) was designed in Romania. (75mm gun thereof was based on ZIS-3). The latest use of ZIS-3 - in 1990s in Yugoslavia.
*11 - In 1941 ~1,000 guns were built without official order.
|114mm Vickers How,||122mm How.||122mm How.||M-30 How.|
|Modification||Mod. 1910/30||Mod.1910/30||Mod.1909/37||Mod. 1938|
|Battle weight/Transportation weight, kg||1370||1466/2510||1450/2480||2450/3100|
|Barrel length, calibers||14.3||12.8||14||22.7|
Shell weight, kg
|Direct Fire range, m||?||?||?||400|
|Muzzle velocity, m/sec||313||368||364||515|
|Rate of Fire, rounds/min||5-6||4||2||5-6|
|Max. Elevation angle, deg||45||45||43||63.5|
|Arc of fire, deg.||6||9||4||49|
|Transport||horses||Mech./6 horses||Mech./6 horses||Mech./6 horses|
|Max. transp. speed, km/h||10-15||8-12||6||50|
|In Troops on June, 22'41||?*1||5578*2||778*3||1667*5|
|Years of production/receiving||-/1916||19??-1941||?||1940-1955|
* - Range, m/armour, mm/angle, deg. When angle is not given it can be assumed to be 90°.
*1- There were 211 howitzers on Nov. 1, 1936. No data on 1941, but Germans captured some of those type. Maybe were used for equipment of People Militia Divisions or marine brigades.
*2 - Data from . Among them 2752 in western military districts.
Was designed by Schneider for Russia. Modified in 1930. Used till the end of the War as divisional howitzer. Also was utilized by Romania, Finland and Turkey.
*3 - Data from . Among them 308 in western military districts.
*4 - High-Explosive shell.
*5 - Data from  . Among them 1033 in western military districts.
*6 - Hollow-charge shell - 100-120mm.
*7 - 500 of them in 1940. in 1940-45 17826 howitzers were built.
Divisional Artillery and Supreme Command-in-Chief Reserve formations were equipped by them. Is utilising until now.
|152mm "NG" mortar||152mm Vickers How.||152mm How.||152mm How.||M-10 How.||D-1 How.|
|Modification||Mod. 1931||Mod. 1909/30||Mod. 1910/37||Mod. 1938||Mod. 1943|
|Battle weight/Transportation weight, kg||1150/?||3963/4200||2725/3050||2725/3050||4150/4550||3600/3640|
|Barrel length, calibers||9.28||14.6||14||12.5||20||23.7|
Shell weight, kg
|Muzzle velocity, m/sec||250||427||395||391||508||508|
|Rate of Fire, rounds/min||4-5||2||3-4||3-4||2-4||3-4|
|Max. Elevation angle, deg||72||45||41||41||65||63.5|
|Arc of fire, deg.||12||8||6||6||50||35|
|Transport||Mech./Horses||Mech./8 Horses||Mech.||Mech./10 Horses||Mech.*6||Mech.|
|Max. transp. speed, km/h||17||8-10||12||10||35*7||40|
|In Troops on June, 22'41||101*2||92*3||2611*4||99*5||1058*8||-*9|
|Years of production/receiving||1932-35||-/1915||?||?||1939-1941||1943-49|
*1 - High-Explosive shell.
*2 - Data from , where it's called 152mm howitzer mod. 1930. None of them in western military districts.
Was designed by Rheinmetall for the USSR. First 8 mortars were built in Germany. Were used in divisional artillery instead of 152mm howitzers until 1943.
*3 - Data from . Among them 67 in western military districts.
Were bought in Great Britain in 1915. Some of them were also been captured in Civil war. Were used like others 152mm howitzers.
*4 - From  - 2432 howitzers. Among them 1162 in western military districts.
Was designed by Schneider for Russia. Modified in 1930. Till the middle of 1941 were used both in divisional artillery and Supreme Command-in-chief Reserve formations. Since the end of 1941 in corps artillery and Supreme Command-in-chief Reserve formations only. Also was utilized in Romania and Finland (both captured and own howitzers). In Germany was used as 15,2cm s.F.H. 445 (r)
*5 - From  - no such type of howitzers in RKKA.
Was designed by Schneider for Russia. Modified in 1936. Was used all the war.
*6 - by 5-ton automobile.
*7 - 35 km/h (highway), 20 km/h (unpaved road).
*8 - From  - 1128. Among them 773 in western military districts.
Was used in Supreme Command-in-Chief Reserve units. Total production (till the end of 1941) - 1,522 howitzers. Were utilized by Germans as 15,2 cm s.F.H. 443(r).
*9 - Was adopted in Aug. 1943. Mainly was used in corps artillery.
*10 - Until the end of the war
Captured guns: In 1940 the Red Army captured lots of cannons in former Baltic republics which were annexed by the USSR. There were 105mm French howitzers M1935, 155mm French howitzers M1917. They were utilized for home-guard divisions equipment in 1941.