107 mm gun M1910
|107-mm gun model 1910|
107-mm gun M1910, displayed in Hämeenlinna Artillery Museum.
|Place of origin||Russian Empire|
|Used by||Russian Empire
|Wars||World War I
Russian Civil War
|Weight||2,172 kg (4,788 lbs)|
|Caliber||107 mm (4.21 in)|
|Elevation||-5° to 37°|
|Muzzle velocity||296 - 630 m/s
(971 - 2066 ft/s)
|Maximum firing range||12.5 km (7.76 mi)|
107-mm gun model 1910 (Russian: 107-мм пушка образца 1910 года) was a Russian field gun of World War I era. The gun was initially developed by the French arms manufacturer Schneider, but afterwards was built by Putilovski Works in Saint Petersburg.
The gun was used in World War I and Russian Civil War. In 1930 an upgraded variant appeared (see 107 mm gun M1910/30). As the modernization didn't address some weaknesses of the design, namely mobility problems and small and slow traverse, a new 107 mm gun (the 107 mm divisional gun M1940 (M-60)) was developed.
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