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  • Model 1934 105mm AA guns

    Does anyone have info on these guns? Production-units-use??

  • #2
    Originally posted by Domenic View Post
    Does anyone have info on these guns? Production-units-use??
    such a caliber was never been in use in RKKA.
    Before the war range of calibers was: 20, 45, 76, 85, 107, 122, 152, 180 (Naval), 203, 305, 356, 406 (experimental)

    Ask in German branch of the forum
    If you fire a rifle at the past, the future will fire a cannon at you.....

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    • #3
      105

      This gun is listed by Chamberlain and Gander (with photos) as being produced in Leningrad and statically emplaced around "major" cities.
      Description; 105 L60, ceiling 13000m, weight, 10,500kg.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Domenic View Post
        This gun is listed by Chamberlain and Gander (with photos) as being produced in Leningrad and statically emplaced around "major" cities.
        Description; 105 L60, ceiling 13000m, weight, 10,500kg.
        The heaviest Soviet AA gun was 85-mm 52-K Mod. 1939.
        No heavier guns were designed before the war.
        Hardly it could be done in early 1930s, as even 76mm AA gun was an adapted modification of a German analogue
        As I have told you there were no any serial AA guns having caliber 105 mm.
        Can't exclude experimental works, but I have MUCH doubts in this
        If you fire a rifle at the past, the future will fire a cannon at you.....

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        • #5
          No heavy AA gun

          This then, would make the USSR about the only country in the world, at that time, without a heavy AA gun?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Domenic View Post
            This then, would make the USSR about the only country in the world, at that time, without a heavy AA gun?
            Can't say the single country the USSR was witohut AA guns heavier than 85mm, or not, but the fact there were no heavier guns in its antiaircraft forces is obvious
            If you fire a rifle at the past, the future will fire a cannon at you.....

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