WW2 Russian Inert Original Complete 7.6mm Shell and Fuse for the Regimental Cannon.
A rare WW2 Russian Original Complete Shell and Fuse for the M1943 76mm Regimental Cannon.
This shell is dated April 1944, it is complete with its Fuse and Shell casing all in very good condition with plenty of stencil marks on the shell case.
A super relatively inexpensive piece of ordnance for your WW2 collection.
More on the 76mm Regimental Gun.
The 76-mm regimental gun M1943 (OB-25) (Russian: 76-мм полковая пушка обр. 1943 г. (ОБ-25)) was a Soviet support gun developed in 1943 by M. Yu. Tsiryulnikov at the ordnance plant in Motovilikha.
The gun used a modernised barrel from the 76 mm Regimental Gun M1927 and the carriage from the 45mm anti-tank gun M1942.
The gun was intended for destruction of light field fortifications and openly placed personnel by direct fire. HEAT shells gave it limited anti-armour capabilities. 76.2-mm regimental guns M1943 completely replaced M1927 guns in production that year and were built until the end of WW2.
All inert Ordnance sold by Vigo Militaria and Collectables are inert and Free From Explosives (FFE).
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