107 mm M1910/30
By the end of the 1920s, it became obvious to the Soviet military leadership that the guns of the First World War period were beginning to become obsolete. The creation and mass production of a large number of new types of artillery weapons at that time was not possible for two main reasons: the lack of experience of the Russian design school, weakened by the Revolution and the Civil War, and the general poor state of the industry.
In this situation, it was decided to modernize the old artillery systems, which affected most of the artillery weapons that were in service with the Red Army. The main goal of the ongoing modernization was to increase the firing range.
Assembly: Bolshevik plant (Leningrad, USSR)
Rate of fire: 6 rpm
Muzzle velocity: 670 m/s
Fire range: 16 km
Weight: 2958 kg