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122-mm M1931/37 Corps Gun

Country of Origin: Russia


The A-19 122-mm corps-support gun entered service in the late 1930s as a development of the earlier M1931. The A-19 differed from the earlier gun primarily in its use of a new carriage, which is also used for the 152-mm ML-20 gun-howitzer (see separate database entry). The gun is no longer in Russian service, but it remains in use with other nations.

The A-19 has a plain barrel with a reinforcing ring around the muzzle; the after half of barrel is built up. The gun has a...

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