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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).1

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.1

  7.5-cm FK 16 nA
Caliber 2.95"1
75 mm1
Length of gun 8' 10.3"1
2.7 m1
Length of barrel  
Rifling  
Length of rifling  
Weight traveling 5,324 lb1
2,415 kg1
Weight in action 3,360 lb1
1,524 lb1
Elevation -9° to +44°1
Traverse 1
Muzzle Velocity 2,172'/sec1
662 m/sec1
Range of shell 14,080 yards1
12,875 m1
Shell weight 12.85 lb1
5.83 kg1
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