|76mm "short" gun||76mm gun M1927||76mm gun M1943|
|Modification||Mod. 1913||Mod. 1927||Mod. 1943|
|Barrel length, calibers||16.5||16.5||19.41|
|Shell weight, kg||6.35||6.23-6.3||6.2|
|Direct Fire range, m||440||440||350/400*5|
|Muzzle velocity, m/sec||380||370-387||262/311*4|
|Rate of Fire, rounds/min||10||10-12||10-12|
|Max. Elevation angle, deg||25||25||25|
|Arc of fire, deg.||4.5||6||60|
|Transport||4 horses||Mech/4 horses|
|Max. transp. speed, km/h||>15||15-20 (Mech)||40-50*6|
|In Troops on June, 22'41||?*2||4708*3||-|
|Years of production||?||1928-1943||1943-45|
* - By armor-piercing shell. Range, m/armour, mm/angle, deg. When angle is not given it can be assumed to be 90°.
*1 - Battle weight/Transportation weight
*2 - On Nov. 01, 1936 in RKKA were reckoned 42 guns. In autumn 1941 were used for equipment of Marine Rifle Brigades. In each of the five rifle battalions of the 2nd Marine Rifle brigade was 4-guns battery of such guns.
*3 - Including 2296 guns in the Western Military Districts. In  we can see 4768 guns on June 22.
*4 - For High-Explosive and Splinter shells/High-Explosive-Antitank shell;
*5 - For Splinter shell/High-Explosive-Antitank shell;
*6 - figures for unpaved road; 10 km/h by rough terrain, 30-35km/h by cobbles;