The Second World War Soviet also has a large number of 50mm mortars M1938: Safar's weapon map 252

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The Second World War Soviet also has a large number of 50mm mortars M1938: Safar's weapon map 252

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The Second World War Soviet also has a large number of 50mm mortars M1938: Safar's weapon map 252

Today's protagonist is M1938 50mm mortar gun.

M1938 50mm mortar gun is the cottage version of the German Legrw36 50mm mortar.

Regardless of the Soviet army, it is equipped with 50 mm ultra-light mortar.

The role of M1938, the same is similar to the roll of the Japanese army.

It is the firepower empty block between the grenade and the 81 mm mortar.

The minimum range of M1938 is 100 meters, and the maximum range is 800 meters.

The maximum throw distance of grenades is usually 60 meters, far less than 800 meters.

81 Machining can reach a range of 3,000 meters, the artillery is more heavy, usually more than 50 kg, usually need to be disassembled to 3 parts carrying transport.

It has a competency team, which is difficult to quickly follow up the troops.

The M1938 is only 12 kg, a soldier can take a troops.

So light weight is its biggest advantage.

And 800 meters of the range is the effective firepower range of the fireworks of the World War II.

In other words, the enemy's infantry firepower must play in 800 meters, just in the M1938-style firepower.

As long as the enemy infantry lays direct attacks, the M1938 can constantly bombard, causing killing.

The M1938 can support the in-force of the instrument, killing the enemy.

There are also some problems in M1938, mainly power weaker.

Its 50mm shells, with only 0.9 kg weight, power is slightly strong than grenades, and the radius of the slide is not more than 10 meters.

This power is small for the mortal gun.

The mortar is not a grenade, but a weapon of the shell, there is a deviation of precision.

And if the shells are not enough, there is a problem of killing, which may continue to be bombed in the enemy.

M1938 often has to launch a large number of artillery, in order to cause a certain casualty of the enemy, the battlefield efficiency is low.

In addition, because the shells are weak, the gun can only kill the enemy who is exposed to the work, there is no ability to attack.

The M1938 was served in 1939 and produced 10,000 9,000 in August 1940.

The gun is mainly equipped with the Soviet infantry, and it is a supporting artillery.

Each of the Soviet Union is equipped with 1 gun, equipped 2 M1938, gives a line of fire support.

Objectively, the M1938 style is much more powerful than the Japanese arms.

Its range is much farther, the precision is higher, and the power is greater, which provides more flexible tactics for infantry.

With the full outbreak of the Sude war, the Soviets believe that the power of M1938 is weak and does not use it as the main artillery.

The Soviet army is more emphasis on 82 mortal guns and equipped with 9 mortars, and the general matching of the infantry battles, each can get 3.

In actual combat, the Soviets often increase the number of 82 mortars. The 82 mortar can be greatly stronger than the M1938, and especially the power difference is great.

Start in 1943, the Soviet army gradually stopped M1938 and subsequent 50mm mortecons.