Soviet 76 mm M1938 anti-aircraft guns at Leningrad, Russia, 1 Oct 1941

Caption   Soviet 76 mm M1938 anti-aircraft guns at Leningrad, Russia, 1 Oct 1941 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseRussian International News Agency
Identification Code   5634
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 1 May 2012
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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
28 Feb 2012 09:32:27 AM

Listed as 76mm anti-aircraft guns maybe so, but those guns look like 3.3inch 85mm, based on the photos I have. But I'm just taking a guess here. The 85mm gun was later used in the T-34/85 tank and the SU-85 assault guns. Both weapons look similar the barrel length for the 76mm gun was 150inches and the barrel length for the 85mm gun was 176inches These weapons remained in service after WWII and served with Warsaw Pact forces into the 1970s.
2. Spike Judd says:
19 Mar 2015 03:56:53 PM

Probably NOT 85mm, no muzzle-brake fitted.

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