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List of anti-tank guns

Anti-tank guns are typically high-velocity guns designed to fire anti-tank shells. They are usually designed to be easily transported and concealed to maximize responsiveness and surprise.

Towed anti-tank gunsEdit

Caliber (mm) Weapon name Country of origin Period
13.2 MG 18 TuF   German Empire World War I
25 25 mm Hotchkiss anti-tank gun   France World War II
25 25 mm APX modèle 1937   France World War II
25 Type 96 25 mm AT/AA Gun   Japan World War II
28 - 20 2.8 cm sPzB 41   Nazi Germany World War II
37 3.7 cm TAK 1918   German Empire World War I
37 AC 37 anti-tank gun   France World War II
37 3.7 cm PaK 35/36   Nazi Germany World War II
37 37-mm anti-tank gun M1930 (1-K)   Soviet Union World War II
37 Type 94 37 mm   Japan World War II
37 37 mm Bofors   Sweden World War II
37 37 mm gun M3   United States World War II
37 3,7cm KPÚV vz. 34   Czechoslovakia World War II
37 3,7cm KPÚV vz. 37   Czechoslovakia World War II
40 Ordnance QF 2 pounder   United Kingdom World War II
40 Vickers Type 40 mm AT/AA Gun   Japan World War II
42 - 28 4.2 cm PaK 41   Nazi Germany World War II
45 45 mm anti-tank gun M1932 (19-K)   Soviet Union World War II
45 45-mm anti-tank gun M1937 (53-K)   Soviet Union World War II
45 45-mm anti-tank gun M1942 (M-42)   Soviet Union World War II
47 C.47 F.R.C. Mod.31   Belgium World War II
47 47 SA 37   France World War II
47 Type 1 anti-tank gun   Japan World War II
47 4cm kanón vz. 36   Czechoslovakia World War II
47 4,7cm KPÚV vz. 38   Czechoslovakia World War II
47 4.7 cm Böhler   Austria World War II
47 Cannone da 47/32 M35   Italy World War II
47 AC 47 anti-tank gun   France World War II
47 47 mm Schneider-Concordia   Kingdom of Romania World War II
50 5 cm PaK 38   Nazi Germany World War II
57 57-mm anti-tank gun M1941 and M1943 (ZiS-2)   Soviet Union World War II
57 QF 6 pounder 7 cwt   United Kingdom World War II
57 57mm M1 Antitank Gun   United States World War II
75 7.5 cm PaK 97/38   Nazi Germany World War II (1942)
75 7.5 cm PaK 40   Nazi Germany World War II (1941)
75 7.5 cm PaK 50   Nazi Germany World War II (1944)
75 75 mm Reșița Model 1943   Kingdom of Romania World War II (1944)
75 - 55 7.5 cm PaK 41   Nazi Germany World War II
76.2 7.62 cm PaK 36(r)   Nazi Germany World War II (1942)
76.2 QF 17 pounder Gun   United Kingdom World War II
76.2 3-inch Gun M5   United States World War II
81.4 8 cm PAW 600   Nazi Germany World War II
85 85 mm vz. 52   Czechoslovakia Cold War
85 85 mm antitank gun D-48   Soviet Union Cold War
88 8.8 cm PaK 43   Nazi Germany World War II
88 8.8 cm PaK 43/41   Nazi Germany World War II
90 90mm Gun   United States World War II
90 MECAR KEnerga 90mm   Belgium Cold War
90 GIAT CN90F1/DEFA D921   France Cold War
90 Pak 57    Switzerland Cold War
100 10 cm PAW 1000   Nazi Germany World War II
100 100-mm field gun M1944 (BS-3)   Soviet Union World War II
100 2A19 / T-12   Soviet Union Cold War
100 2A29 / MT-12   Russia Cold War
100 100 mm vz. 53   Czechoslovakia Cold War
100 Type 86 anti-tank gun   People's Republic of China
105 105mm Gun T8   United States World War II
120 2A60   Russia Cold War
125 2A45   Russia Cold War
128 12.8 cm PaK 44   Nazi Germany World War II

Self-propelled anti-tank gunsEdit

Self-propelled anti-tank guns are anti-tank guns mounted on vehicles. Sometimes lightly armored, and often fitted into a turret, they are none-the-less not tanks or assault guns and simply enhance the mobility of anti-tank guns. They are also capable of providing direct fire support.

Caliber (mm) Weapon name Country of origin Period
37 M6 Gun Motor Carriage   United States World War II
47 Laffly W15TCC   France World War II
47 Panzerjäger I   Nazi Germany World War II
47 Semovente 47/32   Italy World War II
57 AEC Mk I Gun Carrier   United Kingdom World War II
57 6 pounder Anti-tank Gun portee   United Kingdom World War II
57 T48 Gun Motor Carriage   United States World War II
57 ZiS-30   Soviet Union World War II
75 Jagdpanzer 38(t) / Hetzer   Nazi Germany World War II
75 Jagdpanzer IV Sd.Kfz. 162   Nazi Germany World War II
75 Marder I   Nazi Germany World War II
75 Marder II   Nazi Germany World War II
75 Marder III Sd.Kfz. 138   Nazi Germany World War II
75 Type 1 Ho-Ni I   Japan World War II
75 Type 3 Ho-Ni III   Japan World War II
75 Mareșal tank destroyer   Kingdom of Romania World War II
75 M3 Gun Motor Carriage   United States World War II
76.2 Marder III, Sd.Kfz. 139   Nazi Germany World War II
76.2 SP 17pdr, Valentine, Mk I, Archer   United Kingdom World War II
76.2 17pdr SP M10 Achilles   United Kingdom World War II
76.2 SP 17pdr, A30 (Avenger)   United Kingdom World War II
76.2 M10 tank destroyer   United States World War II
76 M18 Hellcat   United States World War II
84/105 FV4401 Contentious   United Kingdom Cold War
85 SU-85   Soviet Union World War II (1943–44)[1]
88 Nashorn Sd.Kfz. 164   Nazi Germany World War II
88 Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant   Nazi Germany World War II
88 Jagdpanther Sd.Kfz. 173   Nazi Germany World War II
90 M56 SPAA   United States Cold War
90 Kanonenjagdpanzer   Germany Cold War
90 M36 tank destroyer   United States World War II
100 SU-100   Soviet Union World War II (1944)[2]
105 B1 Centauro   Italy Modern
125 2S25   Russia Modern
120 Type 89   China Cold War
128 Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186   Nazi Germany World War II
128 12,8 cm K. L/61 auf VK 3001 (H)   Nazi Germany World War II

References and citationsEdit

  1. ^ Zaloga 1984, pp 165, 180.
  2. ^ Zaloga 1984, p 183.

ReferencesEdit

  • Zaloga, Steven J., James Grandsen (1984). Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War Two, London: Arms and Armour Press. ISBN 0-85368-606-8.