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German Balkenkreuz

Germany's 7.5-cm Feldkanone 16 nA,
7.5-cm FK 16 nA

Was originally designed in 1916 as a 7.7 cm but had it's barrels updated to 7.5-cm and became a new pattern (neuer Art).

Most were assigned to horse drawn units, but these weren't mobile enough and were eventually assigned to second line units or used for training.

  7.5-cm FK 16 nA
Caliber 2.95"
75 mm
Length of gun 8' 10.3"
2.7 m
Length of barrel  
Rifling  
Length of rifling  
Weight traveling 5,324 lb
2,415 kg
Weight in action 3,360 lb
1,524 lb
Elevation -9° to +44°
Traverse
Muzzle Velocity 2,172'/sec
662 m/sec
Range of shell 14,080 yards
12,875 m
Shell weight 12.85 lb
5.83 kg
Armor penetration  
Breech mechanism  

Sources:

  1. The Encyclopedia of Weapons from World War II to the Present Day, 2006, Chris Bishop
20th Century American Military History Crucial Site