Russian artillery Id.

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Jan 2010 19:35

Thank you very much for your help once more, Denis. :D

Have you more information about these guns? I can not find any information in the net. :(
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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by dvzhuk » 03 Jan 2010 22:40

Hello Sturm78,
Sturm78 wrote:Have you more information about these guns? I can not find any information in the net.
Look at http://www.navweaps.com/Weapons/WNRussi ... _m1891.htm
Hope, it may help :wink:

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 04 Jan 2010 15:29

Thank you Denis. A very old design, therefore: 75mm Canet M1891-92 on AA mounts.

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 14 Feb 2010 18:18

Hi all,

I need help to identify this russian gun:

Image from Ebay
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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Martti » 14 Feb 2010 18:49

Looks like a 76 mm model 1909 mountain gun:

http://www.jaegerplatoon.net/Infantry_guns.htm#76VK09

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 14 Feb 2010 19:44

Thank you very much for your answer, Martti :D

I think you are right

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 14 Mar 2010 16:44

Hi all,

I found on Ebay this image of Russian artillery. Can anybody identify the gun? I think Schneider design: 122mm M1910 or 152mm M1909??

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by JTV » 18 Mar 2010 06:04

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,
I found on Ebay this image of Russian artillery. Can anybody identify the gun? I think Schneider design: 122mm M1910 or 152mm M1909??
Seems to be 122mm howitzer model 1910 (122 mm Gaubitsa obr. 1910 g.) or its modernised version 122 mm howitzer model 1910/30 (122 mm gaubitsa obr. 1910/30 g.). The box trail is similar to one used in those, but the spade in end of the trail is different than the one that I have previously seen.

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 21 Mar 2010 20:48

Thank you for your answer, Jarkko.

Can anybody identify this soviet gun? According to photocaption, Russian gun abandoned in Sevastopol

Image from Ebay
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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by AVV » 21 Mar 2010 21:01

Greetings, Sturm78!

Looks like 100 mm. naval gun B-24. See the link (sorry, in Russian, but with some drawings).
http://submarine-at-war.ru/weapons/art100-51.html

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 25 Mar 2010 13:14

Thank you for your help, Aleks, and sorry for delay.

I need help again with a Russian howitzer: I think 122mm M1910 but I am not sure. The poor condition of the piece does not help much...

Images from Ebay
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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Manuferey » 26 Mar 2010 02:29

I agree with the caliber Sturm78. We can see the remains of the distinctive shield. However by 1941, all the M.1910 had been replaced by the M.1910/30. So it would be a 122 mm M.1910/30

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 26 Mar 2010 14:55

Thank you very much, Emmanuel :D

Of course, M1910-30

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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 08 Apr 2010 12:00

Hi all,

I need some help with this photo. I think the gun is a 122mm M1910-30 howitzer but I've never seen this form of transport this weapon. 8O

I guess those trailers would be used to carry the weapon using motorized equipment. I had only seen this method in other armies such as German, Italian, Japanese, ... but never in the Soviet Army.

Have anyone more information about this?

Image from Ebay
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Re: Russian artillery Id.

Post by Sturm78 » 16 Sep 2010 10:53

Hi all,

Can somebody identify this Russian coastal gun? According to caption, Sevastopol.
203mm M1905 Vickers-Obuhov ?? maybe

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