

Details of guns produced in 1936 
This page showing the details of World War II guns which were produced in 1936 including shells used and armour penetration(where known) 
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 7.92mm MG 34  7.92mm  L/79     BALL  S.m.K  0.012Kg  785M/Sec  [8mm@100m/30°]   APBALL  S.m.K.H tungsten cored  0.013Kg  910M/Sec  [13mm@100m/30°] 

 3.7cm Flak 36/37  37mm  L/85     AP  3.7cm Pzgr Patr 18  0.68Kg  762M/Sec  [31mm@500m@30°]   HE  3.7cm Sprgr Patr 18(AA)  0.64Kg  820M/Sec  [] 

 4.0 cm Pak 192(b)  37mm  L/52     AP  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpprj m/38  0.74Kg  785M/Sec  []   HE  37 mm sk ptr m/34 sgr m/43  0.68Kg  805M/Sec  []   HEAT  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpgr m/39  0.74Kg  775M/Sec  [] 

 4.0 cm Pak 192(e)  37mm  L/52     AP  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpprj m/38  0.74Kg  785M/Sec  []   HE  37 mm sk ptr m/34 sgr m/43  0.68Kg  805M/Sec  []   HEAT  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpgr m/39  0.74Kg  775M/Sec  [] 

 Ordnance Q.F. 37mm Mk 1  37mm  L/52     AP  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpprj m/38  0.74Kg  785M/Sec  []   HE  37 mm sk ptr m/34 sgr m/43  0.68Kg  805M/Sec  []   HEAT  37 mm sk ptr m/34 slpgr m/39  0.74Kg  775M/Sec  [] 

 Ordnance Q.F. 2pdr  40mm  L/50     AP  AP/T Mk I  1.08Kg  792M/Sec  [53mm@455m]   HE  HE/T Mk II after 1942  0.86Kg  792M/Sec  [] 

 76.2mm Divisional Gun F22 L/51  76.20mm  L/51     AP  AP  6.4Kg  706M/Sec  [] 

 8.8cm Flak 36/37  88mm  L/53     AP  8.8cm Pzgr Patr  9.4Kg  810M/Sec  [101mm@740m]   HE  8.8cm Sprgr Patr L/4.5  9.4Kg  750M/Sec  []   AP40  8.8cm Pzgr Patr 40  7.5Kg  935M/Sec  [101mm@740m] 

 Ordnance Q.F. 4.5inch AA MkII  113mm  L/45     HE  4.5inch AA HE  24.7Kg  732M/Sec  [] 

 15cm Howitzer M96  150mm  L/22     AP  AP  31.2Kg  805M/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 prewar Krupp calculation which has been modified, and seems to fit the actual test results.
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