107-PM-38 Launcher

Country of OriginRussia
Caliber107.000 mm
Barrel Length1,670.000 mm
Weight170.000 kg
Ammunition Weight9.10 kg
Rate of Fire15 rounds/min
Range6,300 m
Muzzle Velocity302 m/s


ww2dbase107-PM-38 heavy mortars were designed for mountain infantry divisions. They were typically towed into position by animals. They were typically each operated by a crew of five men. These weapons remained in service in various Communist nations' forces and saw combat during the Vietnam War. They were seen in action as recently as 2011 during the Libyan civil war.

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Last Major Revision: Aug 2015

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