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In the Northern Fleet successfully tested the Russian 1927 anti-aircraft guns of release

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At the main base of the North fleet - Severomorsk, on the mooring front of the complex storage arsenal, successfully tested the 76-mm anti-aircraft gun of the 1914/15 model designed by Tarnovsky-Lender - the first special anti-aircraft gun in Russia designed to fire at air targets, the Northern Fleet press service reports


In the Northern Fleet successfully tested the Russian 1927 anti-aircraft guns of release


The 1927 anti-aircraft gun of the year of manufacture, made at the Moscow Kalinin gunnery, was discovered by the Northern Fleet soldiers last year during exercises at Novaya Zemlya archipelago near the Matochkin Shar magnetic observatory. After the anti-aircraft gun was delivered to the North Sea arsenal, its repair and restoration work was carried out.

In early March of this year, the specialists of the rocket-artillery armament service allowed the cannon to be fired. In accordance with the order of Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, the commander of the Northern Fleet, special firing shots of various capacities were prepared for the historical anti-aircraft gun. During the tests, five volleys were successfully completed.



The gun was put on operational record in the service of the missile-artillery armament of the Northern Fleet according to the nomenclature of naval artillery armament.

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  1. Huumi
    Huumi 21 March 2018 11: 01
    +10
    Cool! -H can still be found there?
    1. Romanenko
      Romanenko 21 March 2018 12: 14
      +11
      What is there only in the north. THERE were all transported HERE and a lot, and the obsolete and out of order to drive back was expensive and was not considered advisable, thrown on the spot.
      Of course, the most barrels of fuel and lubricants remained.
      So beyond the Arctic Circle, if you dig around, a whole museum of the technological progress of the USSR and the Russian Federation from the 20s, and if you still dig, then you can reach the times of the Russian Empire, but then they just started to master it.
  2. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 21 March 2018 11: 03
    +11
    It can become an excellent acting relic and the basis of some new tradition, like cannon shots of the Peter and Paul Fortress ..
  3. d1975
    d1975 21 March 2018 11: 04
    +12
    Not tested, but checked after recovery! am When will they begin to use their dear and powerful properly! How can one experience what was in service? wassat Or do I not understand something in Russian? fellow
    1. Simargl
      Simargl 21 March 2018 11: 18
      +6
      Quote: d1975
      Not tested, but checked after recovery!
      Actually, it’s right: test strength or check health.
    2. Hagalaz
      Hagalaz 21 March 2018 11: 22
      +8
      Well, our factory carries out repairs and, if necessary, the restoration of equipment, of course, more modern. And all subsequent manipulations with him, until it is put back into the troops, are called trials. So everything is logical, in my opinion. hi
    3. sabakina
      sabakina 21 March 2018 12: 02
      +6
      Quote: d1975
      Not tested, but checked after recovery! am When will they begin to use their dear and powerful properly! How can one experience what was in service? wassat Or do I not understand something in Russian? fellow

      After the engine is capitalized, do you test it on the subject of starting up / not starting up or checking on the subject of how long it will not fall apart? Also me, a connoisseur of Russian speech!
    4. Fox
      Fox 21 March 2018 13: 40
      +3
      Quote: d1975
      Not tested, but checked after recovery! When will they begin to use their dear and powerful properly! How can one experience what was in service? Or I don’t understand something in Russian

      it’s just that the level of development is falling sharply, so they will soon be surprised at a simple bolt with a screwed nut.
    5. novel66
      novel66 22 March 2018 07: 11
      0
      and if one gun fired - why volleys?
  4. Simon
    Simon 21 March 2018 11: 05
    +3
    Cool! Well preserved gun. good
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 21 March 2018 11: 27
      +1
      The forefather of all Russian naval air defense.
  5. fighter angel
    fighter angel 21 March 2018 11: 05
    +3
    It’s strange somehow ... If the gun was released in 1927, maybe it is still SOVIET then?
    1. newcomer
      newcomer 21 March 2018 11: 10
      +9
      sample of 15 years, production of the 27th. Soviet-made Russian cannon.
      1. The comment was deleted.
    2. Wilderness
      Wilderness 21 March 2018 15: 56
      +4
      By the way, yes, a Soviet weapon (otherwise it would turn out an incident - now most of the weapons are Soviet-made and Soviet-designed - but called Russian!). Hidden, creeping desovetization, alas, the phrase: "... Russian troops storming the Reichstag ..." can be heard more often (it seems to schoolchildren that this is how history is taught.
  6. 22 dmdc
    22 dmdc 21 March 2018 11: 05
    +2
    Now will it be in Severomorsk to execute a midday shot?
  7. Altona
    Altona 21 March 2018 11: 08
    +7
    A very aesthetic item, by the way, is beautifully executed.
  8. Ingvar0401
    Ingvar0401 21 March 2018 11: 12
    +3
    Able to do for ages ...
  9. vredlo
    vredlo 21 March 2018 11: 13
    +3
    Well, they solved the air defense problem about the Northern Fleet laughing
    but seriously, it’s well preserved and indeed it’s really possible to celebrate noon well or at least to the museum
  10. Yrec
    Yrec 21 March 2018 11: 27
    +12
    A large-caliber muzzle-loading gun, better known as the Tsar Cannon, was successfully tested in the Kremlin. After a minor modernization, it was able to shoot nuclei with a nuclear warhead. The gun is put on combat duty.
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 21 March 2018 12: 18
      +4
      In the Kremlin, removed from storage, after minor modernization, the sonic weapons of the times of the Empress Anna Ioannovna, with the name "Tsar Bell", were tested and put into service. During the tests, it turned out that during the work of Tsar Bell, the enemy could not get closer to positions of more than 1000 kilometers.
  11. Edvid
    Edvid 21 March 2018 11: 27
    +12
    Quote: Huumi
    Cool! -H can still be found there?

    /////////////////////////////
    In Soviet times, a helicopter acquaintance of mine named Burachkov flew from the Moscow and Admiral Makarov icebreakers. He told how in the eighties they searched for and found an abandoned island weather station, built in the late thirties. The main building was completely covered with snow, which did not melt year round. The search engines dug a trench to the entrance, opened the first door - the dressing room is completely clogged with snow, they chose it and opened the second door to the lobby. It was half full of snow. When the third doors were opened, they entered the corridor with various rooms. Everything was in excellent condition ... Devices, a radio station, dishes, things ... He was struck by a large library: all the books are brand new, including the first edition of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia. Burachkov, says, "I took out one volume, leafed through, good paper ..". One of the special officers (it was their expedition) ordered not to touch anything .. They asked the extra to leave, they searched for something for two days. Then Burachkov transported everyone to the icebreaker.
  12. Blue fox
    Blue fox 21 March 2018 12: 00
    +2
    For the WWII it was quite consistent, but the speed and security of the WWII aircraft was already outdated, but it fought notably, the Germans were shot down from such a gun by anti-aircraft gunners, especially sailors. After all, it was widespread in the armament of warships, and even boats. It was also used in arming gunboats, yesterday's trawlers and tugs. It is very good that there is a valid, albeit only suitable for salute shooting, instance. Similar ones are in good condition, offhand, only on the Aurora are installed, although there are a lot of them raised from the sunken ships, again due to their wide distribution.
  13. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 21 March 2018 12: 20
    0
    Everything is in order !!! Everything will come in handy to repel NATO aggression))), we’ll mock it from drones from it)))

    In general, we lack thrift, what about the army, what is in the economy ...
  14. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 21 March 2018 12: 34
    +4
    Now the AUG of the adversary will definitely not go there ... smile
    But the weapon is noble. good Such instances must be protected for history.
    1. alex-cn
      alex-cn 21 March 2018 13: 04
      0
      It’s a pity they didn’t experience combat ... Perhaps, it’s possible to shoot down something like an anti-submarine aircraft from it and now ... But to make a “midday shot” would really be a good tradition. Well, if in 90 years it has not rotted without leaving, then how the salute will last for a long time.
    2. jjj
      jjj 21 March 2018 16: 10
      +1
      Quote: voyaka uh
      Now the AUG of the adversary will definitely not go there ...

      For them, for starters, the icebreaker is not provided for in the warrant
  15. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 21 March 2018 13: 08
    +1
    Well, in the Far East, there are also a lot of things lying around - there are no sponsors for mending! Not yet !
  16. Altona
    Altona 21 March 2018 13: 15
    0
    Quote: Edvid
    Everything was in excellent condition ... Instruments, a radio station, dishes, things ...

    ----------------------------
    They say that about German command posts of the times of war ... Like they found a telephone switchboard in excellent condition and got through to Berlin ...
  17. Sands Careers General
    Sands Careers General 21 March 2018 13: 24
    +2
    Great, new is well forgotten old smile
    Half the world, for example, Bofors are still used, the anti-aircraft gun of the 30s)
  18. Old26
    Old26 21 March 2018 17: 57
    0
    Quote: alex-cn
    From it, perhaps, something like an anti-submarine aircraft can be shot down and now you can still

    Can. If he doesn’t maneuver and falls into the gun’s sight himself

    Quote: Sands Career General
    Great, new is well forgotten old smile
    Half the world, for example, Bofors are still used, the anti-aircraft gun of the 30s)

    Well, you are a little bent. A dozen of two countries, and even then most likely not the original version, but some of the modifications
  19. Edvid
    Edvid 21 March 2018 23: 23
    0
    Quote: Altona
    Quote: Edvid
    Everything was in excellent condition ... Instruments, a radio station, dishes, things ...

    ----------------------------
    They say that about German command posts of the times of war ... Like they found a telephone switchboard in excellent condition and got through to Berlin ...

    /////////////////////////////////
    Humor is not bad, but seriously. A lot of Soviet literature is devoted to the successful actions of our partisans in World War II. In particular, they built temporary aerodromes in the deep rear of the Germans to deliver ammunition and weapons by planes from the mainland ... However, it was only after the war that the Germans established their secret bases and airfields on Soviet territory. The Soviet command did not even think of such an option. Although indirect signs indicated this. For example, why did the German cruiser Admiral Scheer crawl so far into the deep rear of the Soviet Arctic? .. Or the simultaneous sinking of three Soviet transports of the Northern Sea Route thousands of kilometers from the front ... Or the periodic disappearance of transport aircraft of the USSR’s Arctic aviation. I don’t remember exactly, whether in the memoirs of the pilot of the ADD Reshetnikov, or if the rear commander Antipenko mentions a case of aircraft loss in the Arctic when a surviving crew member was found a month later. The man went crazy ... He only repeated that they were hit by a messer ... Nobody could have believed then, what messer was two thousand kilometers from the front? .. Only after the war were abandoned German airfields in the western part of the Arctic discovered in the area of ​​Novaya Zemlya. And in 2013, a group of researchers from Vladivostok walked along the Alsiba highway with access to the Lena estuary. A video report of their trip was shown by Primorsky television.
    1. Edvid
      Edvid 21 March 2018 23: 37
      0
      Interesting shots of the destroyed plant for the production of gasoline from local shales. On the Alsiba highway, the Americans built several such plants to supply gasoline for the planes distilled to the USSR ... But the most interesting thing was that the group discovered the remains of an abandoned German airfield at the mouth of Lena. Including a lot of rusty barrels for aviation gasoline, on which German signs and dates are clearly visible: 1942 - 1943. Apparently, the Germans wanted to interrupt the Alsib highway, but did not know that it passed much further south, beyond the reach of their destruction ...
  20. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 22 March 2018 03: 34
    0
    Can it be useful for fighting drones?