Canon de 75 modele 1912 Schneider

The Canon de 75 modele 1912 Schneider was a French World War I piece of 75 mm artillery, designed and manufactured by Schneider et Cie in Le Creusot. It entered service with the French horse-mounted artillery in 1912 and a number was sold to the army of Serbia. Until the end of the war all guns in French service were replaced with more successful and standarised Canon de 75 modèle 1897. Тhe remaining guns were then sold to Poland, where they were used in the Polish-Bolshevik War.

Canon de 75 modele 1912 Schneider
Class Vehicle
Type Towed Artillery
Manufacturer Schneider-Creusot
Origin France
Country Name Origin Year
France 1912
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
France View
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
Schneider-Creusot View

Type Regimental artillery field gun
Place of origin  France
Service history
Used by France, Serbia, Poland
Wars World War I, Polish-Bolshevik War
Specifications
Weight 965 kg (2,127 lbs)
Crew 6
Shell high-explosive, shrapnel
Caliber 75 mm (2.95 in)
Carriage horse-drawn
Rate of fire 12-15/min
Effective firing range 9,500 m (10,389 yds)

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