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Friday, July 10th 2009, 5:33pm

Self propelled guns



Tuesday, May 12th 2015, 12:54pm



Basically the hull of an AT-33 tank with reduced armor, an armored compartment added at the front of the hull and a 75 mm artillery piece.

Medium Assault Gun Regiment

HQ 1 AT-34 tank
1st battery, 5 SP-33/75
2nd battery, 5 SP-33/75
3rd battery, 5 SP-33/75
4th battery, 5 SP-33/75


Tuesday, May 12th 2015, 12:56pm

SP guns no longer in service

A small number of AT-31 fast tanks were equiped with a short barreled 75mm howitzer. They have since been converted to other roles.

SP-27/75, all have since been converted to other roles.

FT-17 Mk II (75), all have since been converted to other roles or taken out of service.

20x194mm (7.5")

Canon de 194 mm GPF (L/33.5) (Grande Puissance FILLIOUX) AAT-18 in Atlantean service
Type : Tracked field gun (can easily fire at 360°)
Speed : 8-10 km/h (Panhard SUK4 M2 engine, 120 hp) Napier-Hall engine in Atlantean version
Crew : - men
Caliber : 194mm
Weight in action : 29600 kg
Elevation : 0° to +37°
Traverse : 360°
Rate of fire : 1-2 rpm
HE Shell :
Max. Range : 20800 m
Proj. Wt : 44.9 kg
MV : 725 m.s-1
Number built: 24+equal number of ammo carage versions. 3 destroyed during great war, 1 on museum display.

20x194mm (7.5") since converted into engineering vehicles