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Saturday, June 7th 2014, 5:01pm

Field Artillery

75mm FG TR
Regimental guns from the Great War, now replaced in most units but others remain in fortress mounts.
Projectile: 6.52kg
MV: 540m/s
Range: 9,900m
ROF: 12rpm

Canon de 75mm M1934 Mountain Gun
A 75mm mountain gun based on a Bofors design. This was produced by Cockerill with a carriage with pneumatic tires allowing motorized transport. The gun could be tractor drawn or carried in 5 loads.
Projectile: 6.59kg
MV: 455m/s
Range: 9,300m
Weight: 515kg
Elevation: -5 to +50
Traverse: 8-12deg.
ROF: 18rpm

Canon de 76 FRC 76L9
Capable of direct or indirect fire, light enough to be towed by men, horses or vehicles. Excellent for broken or wooded terrain. Carriage sufficient to mount 47mm FRC ATG. Replaced the 75mm FG TR regimental gun
Projectile : 4.64kg
MV: 160m/s
Range: 2300m
Weight: 243 / 275kg
Elevation: -6 to +80
Traverse: 40deg.

105mm FG Schneider M1913
A widely used Great war field gun. The production model had a standard box tailed carriage, but in the late 1920s split tail Polish carriages became available and have been adopted with pneumatic tires.
Projectile: 15.7kg
MV: 550m/s
Range: 12,000m
Weight: 2.3/2.5tonnes
Elevation: -5 to +37
Traverse: 6deg.
ROF: 2rpm

105mm FH GP
A Great War field howitzer design. During the 1930s these were updated with new split-trail carriages.
Projectile: 15.7kg
MV: 470m/s
Range: 9,700m
Weight: 1.4/2.3tonnes
Elevation: -10 to +40