1/100 Russian 75 mm / 50 Cal. Gun Set 1/100 Russian 75 mm / 50 Cal. Gun Set | distefan 3d print

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1/100 Russian 75 mm / 50 Cal. Gun Set

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High detailed and accuratre 1/100 scale of 75 mm / 50 caliber Pattern 1892​ Russian naval gun.

The 75mm 50 caliber Pattern 1892 was a Russian naval gun developed in the years before the Russo-Japanese War that armed the majority of warships of the Imperial Russian Navy during the Russo-Japanese War and World War I. The majority of ships built or refit between 1890-1922 carried Pattern 1892 guns. During its career the role of the guns evolved from one of anti-torpedo boat defense to coastal artillery and anti-aircraft use

Naval Use:
75/50 guns armed a variety of ships such as armored cruisers, destroyers, dreadnought battleships, gunboats, light cruisers, minelayers, minesweepers, Pre-dreadnought battleships, protected cruisers and submarines of the Imperial Russian Navy. After the 1917 October Revolution the successor states of Estonia, Finland, Poland and the Soviet Union all used this gun. The last Finnish warship to carry 75/50 guns was the minelayer Ruotsinsalmi, which was decommissioned in 1975.

Armored Cruisers
Bayan-class - The four ships of this class had a tertiary armament of twenty, 75/50 guns in single mounts. Eight were in casemates amidships. While another twelve were on single, shielded mounts.
General admiral-class The two ships of this class had a tertiary armament consisting of two or four, 75/50 guns, on single mounts, after refits in 1910 and 1925.

Destroyers
Lieutenant Shestakov-class - The four ships of this class had a secondary armament of five, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.

Dreadnought Battleships
Gangut-class - Two ships of this class the Sevastopol and Poltava had an AA armament of two, 75/50 guns, in single mounts, after 1916-1917 refits.
Imperatritsa Mariya-class - The three ships of this class had an AA armament of three to eight, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.

Gunboats
Filin-class guard ship - The four ships of this class had a primary armament of one or two, 75/50 guns, in single mounts, fore and aft.

Light Cruisers
Admiral Nakhimov-class - One ship of this class the Chervona Ukraina had a secondary armament of four, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Svetlana-class - One ship of this class the Svetlana had a secondary armament of four, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.

Minelayers
Amur-class - The two ships of this class had a primary armament of five, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Ruotsinsalmi-class - The two ships of this class had a primary armament of one, 75/50 gun, in forward, in single mounts.

Minesweepers
Rautu-class - The two ships of this class had a primary armament of one, 75/50 gun, in forward, single mounts.

Pre-dreadnought Battleships
Borodino-class - The five ships of this class had a tertiary armament of twenty, casemated, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Evstafi-class - The five ships of this class had a tertiary armament of fourteen, shielded, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Imperator Alexandr II-class - One ship of this class the Imperator Nikolay I had a tertiary armament of six or eight, 75/50 guns, in single mounts, after a 1904 refit.
Peresvet-class - The three ships of this class had a tertiary armament of twenty, 75/50 guns, in single mounts. Of these guns, eight were mounted in casemates, four on the main deck, four on the battery deck and the last four at the corners of the superstructure on the forecastle deck.

Protected Cruisers
Bogatyr-class cruiser - The four ships of this class had a secondary armament of twelve, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Pallada-class - The two ships of this class had a secondary armament of twenty four, 75/50 guns, in single mounts.
Vityaz-class - One ship of this class the Rynda had a secondary armament of four, 75/50 guns, in single mounts, after a 1905 refit.

Submarines
Bars-class - This class of twenty four ships had a secondary armament of one, 75/50 gun, on forward mounts.
Morzh-class - One ship of this class the Tyulen had a secondary armament of one, 75/50 gun, on a forward mount.
Narval-class - This class of three ships had a secondary armament of one or two, 75/50 guns, on single mounts

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