Dunn lists 3 factories that were each capable of producing more than 10,000 76 mm field guns per year.
That would be interesting to know, which ones those were. Since the total of 76mm field guns NEVER went above 16.000 and change/year during the whole war.
the supply of 122 mm howitzers was even better and per Dunn just 3 factories were capable of producing nearly 20,000 122 mm and 152 mm howitzers per year (pp. 30-32).
20k total or each? Makes no difference, since 122+152mm NEVER went above 4200 and change/year during the whole war.
Dunn gives the total available at the start of Barbarossa at 32,000
armcharigeneral gives around 8.500, which is a much more believable number. Even IF we add mountain and regimental guns (6400 or so), we would STILL be around 15k, less than the half of the qouted number.
Not sure how accurate your website is
He quotes these sources:
A.Ivanov "Artillerija SSSR v period Vtoroy Mirovoy voiny" St. Petersburg, "Neva", 2003
Boyevoi i Chislennyi Sostav Vooruzhennykh Sil SSSR v Period Velikoy Otechestvennoy Voyny (1941-1945 gg). Statisticheskiy Sbornik No. 1 (22 Iyunia 1941), Moskva, Institut Voyennoi Istorii, 1994
Probably more accurate than any "Westerner" source.
No, Dunn is clear that he excludes AA guns and AT guns.
Since Dunn makes extraordinary false claims for at-is and production numbers, I would very much doubt, he is correct in this assumtion.