List of artillery by country

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The List of artillery by country contains all artillery systems organized primarily by their country of origin. In cases where multiple countries collaborated on a project, a system chould be listed under each of the major participants. Also, in outstanding cases where a system was adopted fully by another country, the system may be listed there as well. This list is not an attempt to list every artillery system ever used by each country.

For other categorized lists, see list of artillery by name and list of artillery by type.
Jump to a specific country in the table below:


Argentina[edit]

Field artillery
Self-propelled field artillery
Rocket artillery
  • SLAM Pampero 105 mm multiple rocket launcher
  • SAC SAPBA 127 mm multiple rocket launcher
  • CP-30 127 mm multiple rocket launcher
  • VCLC 160 mm or 350 mm multiple rocket launcher.

Australia[edit]

Austria[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Mortars
Field artillery
  • LG-1 105 mm Howitzer

Brazil[edit]

Multiple Rocket Launchers
  • AV-SS 12/36 - light multiple rocket launcher to assist infantry troops.
Self-propelled Field Artillery
  • M109 - 155 mm self-propelled howitzer.
  • M108 - 105 mm self-propelled howitzer.
Field Artillery
  • M114 - 155 mm towed howitzer.
  • L119 - 105 mm towed howitzer.
  • M101 - 105 mm towed howitzer.
  • M56 - 105 mm towed howitzer.

Canada[edit]

Field artillery
  • C1 105 mm Howitzer
  • C3 105 mm Howitzer
  • L5 105 mm Pack Howitzer
  • LG-1 105 mm Howitzer
  • M109 Self-Propelled 155 mm Howitzer
  • M777 155 mm Medium Howitzer

China[edit]

Towed field artillery
Self-propelled field artillery
  • Type 54-1 self-propelled 122 mm gun
  • Type 83 self-propelled 152 mm gun
  • PLZ-45 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
  • PLZ-05 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
Multiple rocket launchers
  • WS-1B multiple rocket launcher

Czech Republic/Slovakia (Czechoslovakia)[edit]

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns
  • M53/59 self-propelled twin 30 mm cannon
Self-propelled artillery
  • ShKH Zuzana 155 mm Self-propelled Gun Howitzer
  • Dana self-propelled 152 mm howitzer

Finland[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
Towed field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Rocket artillery
Coastal artillery

France[edit]

Mortars
Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns
  • M3 VDA self-propelled twin 20 mm cannon
Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Naval artillery

Georgia[edit]

Rocket artillery
  • ZCRS-122 multiple rocket launcher firing 122mm rockets. It was developed in 2011

Germany[edit]

1870 to 1919[edit]

Siege artillery

1920 to 1945[edit]

Infantry guns
Artillery guns
Anti-aircraft guns
Anti-tank guns
Dual-use gun
  • 88 mm gun-a popular calbre for a series of anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns
Railway Artillery

1946 to present[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns
  • Gepard twin 30 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun system
Field artillery
  • FH-70 155 mm howitzer in service with the Bundeswehr 1978 til 31-01-2002
  • M-109 155 mm self-propelled howitzer of US origin
  • PzH 2000 155 mm self-propelled howitzer
Tank guns

Greece[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns

India[edit]

Mortars
  • 120 mm E1 light mortar
Anti-aircraft guns
  • All Weather Air Defence Gun System (AWADGS)
  • 40 mm Bofors L/70 anti-aircraft gun (upgraded variant)
  • 40 mm Bofors L/60 anti-aircraft gun (upgraded variant)
  • 180 mm S-23
Mountain guns
Rocket artillery

Iran[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Anti-tank guns
Rocket artillery
Mortars

Israel[edit]

Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Rocket artillery
  • LAR-160 160 mm x 36 tubes rocket launcher
  • MAR-240 240 mm x 36 rails rocket launcher
  • MAR-290 290 mm x 4 rails rocket launcher

Italy[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
Mountain artillery
Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
  • Palmaria self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
  • PzH 2000 155 mm self-propelled howitzer

Japan[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
Infantry guns
Field artillery
Rocket systems

Mexico[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

Mortars
Self-propelled artillery

New Zealand[edit]

  • 81 mm Mortar, retained in service with Royal New Zealand Artillery
  • L118 105mm towed gun (phased out December 2000)
  • L119 105mm towed gun, retained in service with Royal New Zealand Artillery

Norway[edit]

Self-propelled artillery
  • M 109 A3GN Self-propelled Howitzer (Norwegian version of M 109)(In use: 1969-)
  • Archer Truck-mounted 155mm FH77 Swedish Howitzer (testing unit ordered in 2008)
Rocket artillery

Pakistan[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

  • L119 105mm towed gun
  • M109 A5 self-propelled howitzer

Romania[edit]

Republic of Korea[edit]

Self-propelled mortar

  • K281A1 81mm Self-Propelled Mortar
  • K242A1 107mm Self-Propelled Mortar

Towed artillery

  • KH178 105 mm towed artillery
  • KH179 155 mm towed artillery

Self-propelled artillery

  • K55 155 mm self-propelled artillery
  • K9 Thunder 155 mm self-propelled artillery

Multiple rocket launcher

  • K136 130 mm multiple rocket launcher
  • M270 MLRS

Serbia[edit]

Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Rocket artillery

Singapore[edit]

Self-propelled mortars
Field artillery
  • FH-88 – 155 mm/39-cal field howitzer
  • FH-2000 – 155 mm/52-cal field howitzer
Self-propelled artillery
  • SSPH-1 Primus – 155 mm/39-cal self-propelled howitzer
  • SLWH Pegasus – 155 mm/39-cal heli-portable lightweight self-propelled howitzer

South Africa[edit]

Field artillery
  • G5 155 mm howitzer
  • G7 105 mm howitzer
Self-propelled artillery
  • Ratel 81 self-propelled 81 mm mortar
  • G6 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
  • T6 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
Rocket artillery
  • Valkiri self-propelled multiple rocket launcher

Soviet Union and Russia[edit]

Soviet Union[edit]

Anti-aircraft guns
  • ZPU-4 quad 14.5 mm anti-aircraft machine gun
  • ZU-23 twin 23 mm anti-aircraft cannon
  • M1939 37 mm anti-aircraft gun
  • S-60 57 mm anti-aircraft gun
  • ZSU-23-4 Shilka self-propelled quad 23 mm cannon
  • ZSU-30-2 self-propelled twin 30 mm cannon
  • ZSU-57-2 self-propelled twin 57 mm cannon
Anti-tank guns
Assault guns
  • ASU-57 57 mm self-propelled gun
  • ASU-85 85 mm self-propelled gun
Mortars
Field artillery
Rocket artillery

Post-Soviet Russia[edit]

Anti-tank guns
Mortars
Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery
Rocket artillery

Spain[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

  • Skyshield 35 mm portable anti-aircraft gun and missile system.
  • M109 155 mm self-propelled howitzer (PzHb 79/95 and PzHb 88/95 KAWEST).
  • Mw 74 120 mm mortar.
  • Mw 87 120 mm mortar.

Taiwan[edit]

Multiple rocket launcher
Field artillery
Self-propelled artillery

Thailand[edit]

Mortars
Field artillery
Self-propelled field artillery
  • M425 105 mm self-propelled howitzer
Multiple rocket launchers
  • DTI-1 302 mm multiple rocket launcher

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

  • 1.1"/75 caliber gun 28 mm naval anti-aircraft gun
  • Dragon Fire 120 mm automated mortar
  • M42 Duster self-propelled twin 40 mm anti-aircraft cannon
  • M44 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
  • M52 self-propelled 105 mm gun
  • M53 self-propelled 155 mm gun
  • M55 self-propelled 203 mm (8") howitzer (T108)
  • M59 155 mm gun
  • M65 280mm atomic cannon
  • M102 105 mm howitzer
  • M106 self-propelled 107 mm mortar
  • M107 self-propelled 175 mm gun
  • M108 self-propelled 105 mm gun
  • M109 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer
  • M110 self-propelled 203 mm howitzer
  • M114 155 mm howitzer
  • M119 towed 105mm light howitzer
  • M120 120 mm mortar
  • M125 self-propelled 81 mm mortar
  • M163 Vulcan self-propelled 20 mm Vulcan gatling cannon
  • M198 155 mm howitzer
  • M224 60 mm mortar, in current US Army and Marine Corps service
  • M270 MLRS self-propelled multiple rocket loader/launcher
  • M777 155 mm medium howitzer
  • M1064 self-propelled 120 mm mortar
  • XM2001 Crusader Proposed self-propelled 155 mm howitzer (Project cancelled)
  • XM70E2 towed 115mm multiple rocket launcher
  • HIMARS self-propelled Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS)

Yugoslavia[edit]

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