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AFVs ALL
By Country(572)
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By Date(572)
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France(30)
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Sweden(11)
U.S.S.R.(71)
United States(36)
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1915(1)
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1920(2)
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1928(1)
1929(3)
1930(6)
1931(8)
1932(16)
1933(10)
1934(11)
1935(29)
1936(13)
1937(13)
1938(38)
1939(56)
1940(64)
1941(60)
1942(84)
1943(69)
1944(65)
1945(9)
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1938(13)
1939(9)
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1942(10)
1943(5)
1944(8)
1945(3)

Details of guns produced in 1939

Showing the details of the shells used and armour penetration(where known)

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7.92mm Panzerbuschse 397.92mm
APC S.m.K.H Patronen tungsten cored 0.015Kg 1210M/Sec [25mm@300mtr]
Cannone contracarro da 47/32 M39 L/3647mmL/36
AP AP 1.45Kg 630M/Sec []
Cannone contracarro da 47/39 M3947mm
AP AP 1.45Kg 670M/Sec [43mm@500m]
5.0cm Pak 38 L/6050mmL/60
AP 5.0cm PzGr. 39 L/60 2.02Kg 830M/Sec [59mm@500m/30°]
APCR 5.0cm PzGr. 40 L/60 0.98Kg 1198M/Sec [86mm@500m/30°]
APCR 5.0cm Pzgr 40/1 L/60 1.07Kg 1130M/Sec [76mm@500m/30°]
HEAT Stielgranate 42 2.42Kg 110M/Sec [180mm up to 300mtr]
76.2mm Divisional Gun USV76.20mmL/42
AP AP 6.1Kg 670M/Sec []
85mm Anti-Aircraft Gun Model 193985mmL/55
AP AP 9.2Kg 800M/Sec []
10.5cm Flak 38/39105mmL/53
AP AP 15.1Kg 880M/Sec []
105mm Howitzer M2A1105mmL/22
AP AP 14.9Kg 472M/Sec []
4.5in Gun Mk II114mmL/41
AP AP 24.9Kg 685M/Sec []

The data that has been used to create these records has come from Wikipedia, The Lone Sentry, The Bundes Archive and numerous books and websites that have provided the detailed information that has not been available anywhere else. The information we use to calculate the penetration tables, flight times and the hit probability comes from the Gun Calibre, the Shell Mass(Kg) and the muzzle velocity, plus range reductions to allow for gravity and wind resistance. This calculation originally came from a pre-war Krupp calculation which has been modified, and seems to fit the actual test results.

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