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1-inch Nordenfelt gun1-inch Nordenfelt gun[[File:Nordenfelt gun four barreled.JPG|300px]]Four-barrel versionUnited Kingdom[[Naval gun]]YESYES1880–1890sMany navies[[Helge Palmcrantz]]Nordenfelt Guns and Ammunition Company {{convert|447|lb|kg}}British service Mk III 4-barrel version. Text Book of Gunnery, 1887. Table XVI{{Convert|35.48|in|mm}} {{Convert|7.25|oz|kg}} solid steel bullet with brass jacket{{convert|1|in|mm|sing=on|sigfig=4}} {{Convert|1464|ft/s|m/s}}YES                            
1.1"/75 caliber gun1.1" / 75 Caliber Gun[[Image:28 mm AA gun.jpg|300px]]Quadruple-mount 1.1-inch (28 mm) anti-aircraft cannon aboard the battleship {{USS|Pennsylvania|BB-38|6}} during World War IIUnited StatesAnti-aircraft Naval Gun"yes"US Navy[[World War II]]  {{convert|10500|lb|kg}}{{convert|119.6|in|m}}{{convert|82.5|in|m}} bore (75 [[Caliber#Caliber as measurement of length|calibres]])15HE-Tracer{{convert|1.1|in|mm|sing=on}} 150 rpm{{convert|2700|ft/s|m/s}}{{convert|6300|yd}}{{convert|3.25|in|mm|sing=on}}-15 to 110 degrees360 degrees          
1.59-inch Breech-Loading Vickers Q.F. Gun, Mk II1.59-inch Breech-Loading Vickers Q.F. Gun, Mk II[[File:1.59-inch Crayford gun photograph.jpg|300px]]The gun is seen here displayed on a non-standard mounting in 1917[[United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland|United Kingdom]]Light [[field gun]] and aerial cannonyesyes1917[[United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland|United Kingdom]][[World War I]][[Vickers]]     47 lb (21.3 kg)
90 lb (41 kg) including [[Weapon mount|mounting]] [[Stock (firearm)|stock]] and [[yoke]]-[[pintle]]
   1[[Incendiary ammunition|Incendiary]], [[Armor-piercing shot and shell|AP]], and [[British ordnance terms#HE|HE]] [[Cartridge (firearms)|cartridges]]1.59 in (40 mm)  50 rounds in 30 minutes from aircraft reportedIncendiary: 800 ft/s (244 m/s)
AP: 1,000 ft/s (305 m/s)
HE: 780 ft/s (238 m/s)
  Simple block7 to 7.5 in (148 to 159 mm)   yes                        1.2 lbs (0.54 kg) ([[High explosive#High explosives|high-explosive]] [[Artillery shell|shell]])
10 cm Feldhaubitze M 9910 cm Feldhaubitze M 99[[File:10cm Feldhaubitze M99 im HGM Wien.jpg|300px]]10 cm M. 99 Feldhaubitze in the HGM, ViennaAustria-HungaryField howitzeryes1903-1918{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}[[World War I]]1899-1902  {{convert|997|kg|lb|abbr=on}}{{convert|1.35|m|ftin|abbr=on|}} L/13{{convert|1.56|m|ftin}}{{convert|14.3|kg|lb}}{{convert|104|mm|in}} {{convert|305|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|6,100|m|yd|abbr=on}}eccentric [[interrupted screw]]box trail          
10 cm Gebirgshaubitze M 810 cm M. 8 Gebirgshaubitze[[File:Obice100-17mod14.jpg|250px]]M.10 at an Italian military cemetery{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}[[Mountain gun|Mountain howitzer]]yes{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}[[World War I]]  {{convert|14.3|kg|lb}}{{convert|104|mm|in|sp=us}} horizontal sliding wedgebox trail                          
10 cm Gebirgshaubitze M 9910 cm Gebirgshaubitze M 99[[File:TMW - Gebirgshaubitze.jpg|300px]]A 10 cm Gebirgshaubitze M99 at Technical Museum ViennaAustria-Hungary[[Mountain gun|Mountain howitzer]]yyes{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}[[World War I]]  {{convert|90|cm|in}}{{convert|14.3|kg|lb}}{{convert|104|mm|in}} {{convert|305|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|6100|m|yd}}?eccentric [[interrupted screw]]box trail                            
10 cm K 0410 cm Kanone 04[[Image:K04rear.jpg|300px]]A K 04 at the U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum, [[Ft. Sill]], [[Oklahoma|OK]]German Empire[[Field gun]]yes1905-1918{{flag|German Empire}}[[World War I]][[Krupp]]1904[[Krupp]] 1905-?10 cm K 04/12 2,428 kg (5,353 lbs)4.725 m (15.5 ft) (L/35)fixed ammunition (one piece containing both projectile and cartridge casing105 mm (4.13 in) 1 round per 2 minutes551 m/s (1,808 ft/s)10,398 m (11,264 yards)vertical sliding wedgehydro-spring variable recoilbox trail-5° to +30°3° 59'          
10 cm K 1410 cm Kanone 14[[Image:K14rear.jpg|300px]]A K 14 at the U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum, [[Ft. Sill]], [[Oklahoma|OK]]German Empire[[Field gun]]yes1915-1918{{flag|German Empire}}
{{flag|Bulgaria}}
[[World War I]][[Krupp]]1912-14[[Krupp]] 1915-18724 2,820 kg (6,217 lbs){{convert|4.725|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}} L/35separate-loading, cased charge105 mm (4.13 in) 12,085 m (13,092 yards)semi-automatic horizontal sliding wedgehydro-spring variable recoilbox trail-5° to +45°          
10 cm K 17''10 cm Kanone 17''[[Image:10cmKanone17FortSill23July2005.jpg|300px]]A K 17 at the US Army Field Artillery Museum, [[Ft. Sill]], [[Oklahoma|OK]]German Empire[[Field gun]]yes1917–45{{flag|German Empire}}
{{flag|Sweden}}
{{flag|Romania}}
{{flag|Austria}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
[[Krupp]]1916[[Krupp]] 1917–18192''10 cm Kanone 17/04'' 3,300 kg (7,275 lbs){{convert|4.725|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}{{convert|2.036|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}} L/45separate-loading, cased charge105 mm (4.13 in) 650 m/s (2,132 ft/s)16,500 m (18,045 yds)horizontal sliding blockhydro-pneumatic or hydro-spring variable recoilbox trail-2° to +45°          
10 cm M. 14 Feldhaubitze10 cm M. 14 Feldhaubitze[[File:10cmFH14rear.jpg|300px]]M. 14 at the U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum, [[Ft. Sill]], [[Oklahoma|OK]]Austria-Hungary[[Howitzer]]yes1914-1945{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}
{{flag|Albania|1939}}
{{flag|Austria}}
{{flag|Czechoslovakia}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
{{flag|Greece|old}}
{{flag|Italy|1861}}
{{flag|Hungary|1940}}
{{flag|Poland}}
{{flag|Kingdom of Yugoslavia}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
[[Škoda Works|Skoda]][[Škoda Works|Skoda]] 1914-1918. 1,350 kg (2,970 lbs){{convert|1.93|m|ftin|abbr=on}} L/196separate loading, fixed case100 mm (3.93 in) 6-8 rpm407 m/s (1,335 ft/s)8,400 m (9,100 yards)horizontal sliding blockhydro-spring variable recoilbox trail-8° to +50°          
10 cm Nebelwerfer 3510 cm Nebelwerfer 35[[Image:10cmNbW35.jpg|300px]]Allied intelligence diagram of a 10 cm NbW 35[[Nazi Germany]][[Mortar (weapon)|Mortar]]yes1939-1945{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[World War II]][[Rheinmetall]]1934–39 1939–41 105 kg (231.48 lbs){{convert|1.344|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}} L/1377.38 kg (16.27 lbs)105 mm (4.13 in) 10–15 rpm193 m/s (633 ft/s)3,025 m (3,308 yds)45° to 90°28°                        
10 cm Nebelwerfer 4010 cm Nebelwerfer 40[[Image:10cmNbW40.jpg|300px]]Allied intelligence diagram of a 10 cm NbW 40[[Nazi Germany]][[Mortar (weapon)|Mortar]]yes1941–45{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[World War II]][[Rheinmetall]]1939–40[[Rheinmetall]] 1941–42 800 kg (1,763.6 lbs){{convert|1.72|m|ftin}} L/17.7105 mm (4.13 in) 8–10 rpm310 m/s (1,017 ft/s)6,350 m (6,944 yds)45° to 84°14°          
10 cm houfnice vz. 30 (howitzer)10 cm houfnice vz. 30[[File:Baterie 10cm houfnic vz. 30.jpg|300px]][[Czechoslovakia]][[Howitzer]]yes1930-1945{{flag|Czechoslovakia}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
{{flag|Romania}}
{{flag|Slovakia}}
[[World War II]][[Škoda Works|Skoda]]1928-1930[[Škoda Works|Skoda]] 1932-39 {{convert|1,766|kg|lb|abbr=on}}{{convert|2.5|m|ftin}} L/25100 mm (3.94 in) 6-8 rpm430 m/s (1,411 ft/s){{convert|10,600|m|yd|abbr=on}}split trail-8° to +80°yes                        
10 cm schwere Kanone 1810.5 cm schwere Kanone 18[[Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-L00131, Posen, Vereidigung von Rekruten.jpg|300px]]sK 18s frame the speaker at a swearing in ceremony in Posen[[Germany]]Field gunyes{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
{{flag|Albania}}
{{flag|Bulgaria}}
[[World War II]] 1934–43 5,642 kg (12,438 lbs)5.46 m (18 ft) L/52 separate-loading, cased charge (3 charges)105 mm (4.13 in) 6 rpm835 m/s (2,739 ft/s)19,075 m (20,860 yds)horizontal sliding blocksplit trail0° to +48°                            
10 in/40 Type 41 naval gun10 in/40 Type 41 naval gun{{flag|UK|23px}}[[Naval gun]]YESYES1899–1945{{navy|Kingdom of Italy}}
{{navy|Empire of Japan}}
{{navy|Argentina}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
Elswick Ordnance Company {{convert|30.5|LT|t|0}}{{convert|400|in|cm|0}} (bore length) Separate-loading (bag charge){{convert|10|in|0}} About 1.5 rounds per minute{{convert|2400|ft/s|m/s}}{{convert|19700|yd|m}}+20°                   {{convert|450|-|500|lb|kg|1}}         
10-inch gun M189510-inch Gun M1895[[Image:Fort Casey Disappearing gun.jpg|300px]]10-inch gun M1895MI on disappearing carriage M1901, [[Fort Casey]], Whidbey Island, WashingtonUnited States[[Coastal artillery]]yesyes1895–1945[[United States Army]][[World War I]], [[World War II]][[Watervliet Arsenal]]1888[[Watervliet Arsenal]], [[Bethlehem Steel]], possibly othersM1888, M1895, M1900{{convert|67200|lb|kg}} (M1888MI and M1888MII)[http://books.google.com/books?id=UfgsAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA8&lpg=PA8&dq=m1888+12-inch+gun&source=bl&ots=aS3k8G3O5W&sig=u44c27TJ-7wQ2bSUIoEL0kdOWDU&hl=en&ei=eEl1TcGQHYbqgQffu_noAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9&ved=0CEsQ6AEwCA#v=onepage&q&f=false Artillery Circular 1895, p. 184]{{convert|30.6|ft|m}}34 [[Caliber (artillery)|calibers]] {{convert|340|in|m}}separate loading,
{{convert|617|lb|kg}} AP shot & shell,
{{convert|510|lb|kg}} HEBerhow, p. 61
10 in (254 mm) disappearing: {{convert|14700|yd|m}}Berhow, p. 61hand[[Interrupted screw]], [[De Bange]] typeM1893 [[barbette]], M1894, M1896, or M1901 [[Disappearing gun|disappearing]], most manufactured by [[Watertown Arsenal]]Berhow, pp. 130–155disappearing: 12°                                
10.4 cm Feldkanone M. 1510.4 cm Feldkanone M. 15[[Image:HGM 10.4 cm Feldkanone M. 15.jpg|300px]]10.4 cm Feldkanone M. 15 at the [[Heeresgeschichtliches Museum]] Wien.Austria-Hungary[[Field gun]]yes1916-1945{{flag|Austria-Hungary}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
{{flag|Italy|1861}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
[[Škoda Works|Skoda]]1909-1914[[Škoda Works|Skoda]] 1914-1918577?Cannone da 105/32 {{convert|3,030|kg|lb|abbr=on}}{{convert|3.64|m|ftin|abbr=on}} L/35{{convert|16.1|kg|lboz}}105 mm (4.13 in) 3-4 rpm668 m/s (2,191 ft/s){{convert|16,200|m|yd|abbr=on}}{{citation needed|date=May 2013}}box trail-10° to +30°          
10.5 cm Cannon Model 192710.5 cm Cannon Model 1927[[Sweden]]Heavy field gunyes1927-1945{{SWE}}
{{flag|Netherlands}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
{{flag|Hungary}}
[[World War II]][[Bofors]][[Bofors]]  {{convert|3650|kg|lb}}{{convert|4.2|m|ftin}} L/40
{{convert|4.41|m|ftin}} L/42
9{{convert|16|kg|lb}}105 mm (4.134 in) 6-8 rpm750 m/s (2,460 ft/s){{convert|16500|m|yd}}interrupted screwsplit trail-3° to +45°60°          
10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/0910.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09[[Image:Sayabec-canon.JPG|300px]]A captured F.H. 98/09 in [[Sayabec]], [[Quebec]]German Empire[[howitzer]]yes{{flag|German Empire}}
{{flag|Ottoman Empire}}
{{flag|Romania}}
[[World War I]][[Krupp]]1902-04[[Krupp]] 1909-1918? 1,145 kg (2,519 lbs){{convert|1.625|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}} L/15.5{{convert|1.53|m|ft|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}separate loading, fixed case105 mm (4.13 in) 302 m/s (990 ft/s)6,300 m (6,890 yds)horizontal sliding blockhydro-springbox trail-13° to +40°          
10.5 cm Feldhaubitze M.12Krupp 10.5 cm Feldhaubitze M.12[[File:105mm M12 KRUPP.jpg|200px]]In the [[Belgrade Military Museum]]German Empire[[Howitzer]]yes1912-1945{{flag|Romania}}
{{flag|Bulgaria}}
[[World War I]][[Krupp]][[Krupp]]  {{convert|1155|kg|lb}}{{convert|1.47|m|ftin}} L/14{{convert|14|kg|lb}}105 mm (4.134 in) 300 m/s (985 ft/s){{convert|6500|m|yd}}box trail-5° to +60°          
10.5 cm FlaK 3810.5 cm Flak 38[[File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-621-2942-17, Schwere Flak einer Küstenbatterie.jpg|300px]]A Flak 38 105 mm anti-aircraft gun at a coastal battery, 1942Nazi Germany[[Anti-aircraft warfare|Anti-aircraft gun]]yesyes1937–45{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[World War II]]Rheinmetall1933Rheinmetall1936–45Approx 2,000{{citation needed|date=July 2011}}Flak 3910,224 kg (22,540 lbs){{convert|6.648|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}{{convert|5.547|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}six105 × 769 mm. R105 mm (4.13 in)One, 36 grooves with right-hand increasing twist from 1/48 to 1/3615–18 rounds per minute881 m/s (2,890 ft/s)17,600 m (19,247 yds) ground target
9,450 m (31,003 ft) effective ceiling
11,400 m (37,401 ft) maximum ceilingHorizontal semi-automatic sliding blockHydropneumatic-3 to +85                                
10.5 cm Gebirgshaubitze 4010.5 cm Gebirgshaubitze 40[[File:Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1993-043-13, Dachsteingebirge, Gebirgsjäger mit Gebirgshaubitze.jpg|300px]]Nazi Germany[[Mountain gun]]yesyes1942–65{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[Second World War]][[Böhler]]1938–40[[Böhler]]1942–45420 {{convert|1660|kg|lb|abbr=on}}{{convert|2.87|m|ftin}}separate-loading, cased charge{{convert|105|mm|in}} 4–6 rpm{{convert|565|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|12625|m|yd|abbr=on}}horizontal sliding blocksplit trail-4° 30' to +71° yes 51°              {{convert|14.52|kg|lb|abbr=on}}         
10.5 cm K (gp.Sfl.)10.5 cm K (gp.Sfl.)[[File:Pz-IV Sfl K18.svg|250px]]Nazi Germanyheavy [[tank destroyer]]1941—1942{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[World War II]][[Krupp]]1939—41Krupp19412 {{convert|22|t|ton}}{{convert|5.8|m|ftin}} excluding gun{{convert|2.86|m|ftin}}{{convert|2.53|m|ftin}}5              yes          10 mm - 50 mm1 × [[10.5 cm schwere Kanone 18]]{{convert|6.6|l|cuin|abbr=on}} 6-cylinder water-cooled [[Maybach HL66P]]{{convert|180|hp|kW|abbr=on}}8.2 hp/ton[[leaf-spring]]{{convert|170|km|mi|abbr=on}} [[ZF Friedrichshafen|ZF]] SSG 46{{convert|40|cm|in}}{{convert|27|km/h|mph|abbr=on}}   
10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 4010.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40[[File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-567-1503E-34, San Felice, Inspektion von Fallschirmtruppen.jpg|300px]]The 10.5 cm LG 40 demonstrated by ''[[Fallschirmjäger]]''[[Nazi Germany]][[Recoilless rifle|Recoilless gun]]yes1942–45[[Nazi Germany]][[World War II]][[Krupp]] 1942–44LG 40-1, LG 40-2 388 kg (855 lbs){{convert|1.902|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}{{convert|1.38|m|ftin|abbr=on}} L/13105×155 mm. R105 mm (4.13 in) 335 m/s (1,099 ft/s)7,950 m (8,695 yds)side opening- 15° to + 40° 30'80°          
10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 4210.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 42[[Image:German 105mm LG-42.jpg|250px]]Rear view of the LG 42Nazi Germany[[Recoilless rifle|Recoilless gun]]yesyes1942–45[[Nazi Germany]][[World War II]][[Rheinmetall]] 1942–44LG 42-1, LG 42-2 540 kg (1,190 lbs)
LG 42-1
552 kg (1,217 lbs)
LG 42-2
{{convert|1.836|m|ft|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}{{convert|1.374|m|ftin|abbr=on|sigfig=1}}105×155 mm. R105 mm (4.13 in) 195 m/s (640 ft/s)
or 335 m/s (1,099 ft/s)
3,400 m (3,718 yds)
with Kleine Ladung
7,950 m (8,695 yds)
with Grosse Ladung
horizontal sliding block-15° to +42° 30'    360° below 20° elevation
71° 15' above 20° elevation
          
10.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 1510.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15German EmpireMedium trench mortaryes1915-1918[[Austria-Hungary]][[World War I]][[Ehrhardt & Sehmer]]1914-5Ehrhardt & Sehmer 1915-6 {{convert|126|kg|lb}}{{convert|105|mm|in}} {{convert|500|m|yd}}          
10.5 cm SK C/32 naval gun10.5 cm SK C/32[[File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101II-MW-4006-20, U-Boot U-123 in See.jpg|300px]]{{GS|U-123|1940|2}} SK C/32 deck gun.Nazi Germany[[Naval gun]]yes1936—1945{{flag|Nazi Germany}}[[World War II]]  {{convert|1585|-|1785|kg|lb|sp=us}}Campbell pp.248&249{{convert|4.74|-|4.86|m|ftin|sp=us}}{{convert|4.4|m|ftin|sp=us}} (bore length) Fixed{{convert|105|mm|in|sp=us}} {{convert|785|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|15|km|yd|sp=us}} at 44.4°  elevationyes                           
10.5 cm SK L/40 naval gun10.5 cm SK L/40[[File:Graf Goetzen Kanone.jpg|300px]]A gun salvaged from the [[light cruiser]] {{SMS|Königsberg|1905|2}} and mounted on the [[gunboat]] SS ''Graf von Götzen'' on [[Lake Tanganyika]]German Empire[[Naval gun]]yes1900—1945{{flag|German Empire}}
{{flag|Weimar Republic}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
about 1898–1900  {{convert|1555|kg|lb|sp=us}}{{convert|4.475|m|ftin|sp=us}} Fixed{{convert|105|mm|in|sp=us}} {{convert|690|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|12200|m|yd}}horizontal sliding-blockyes                  {{convert|16|-|17.4|kg|sp=us}}         
10.5 cm SK L/45 naval gun10.5 cm SK L/45[[File:German submarine gun (6811866383).jpg|300px]]The gun from the submarine [[SM UB-91|SM ''UB-91'']], displayed as a memorial at [[Chepstow]] in WalesGerman Empire[[Naval gun]]yes1907—1945{{flag|German Empire}}
{{flag|Nazi Germany}}
[[World War I]]
[[World War II]]
about 1906–1907  {{convert|1450|kg|lb|sp=us}}{{convert|4.725|m|ftin|sp=us}} Fixed{{convert|105|mm|in|sp=us}} {{convert|710|m/s|ft/s|abbr=on}}{{convert|12700|m|yd}}horizontal sliding-blockyes                  {{convert|17.4|kg|sp=us}}         
10.5 cm howitzer Model 192410.5 cm howitzer Model 1924[[Sweden]][[Howitzer]]yes1924-1945{{flag|Netherlands}}[[World War II]][[Bofors]][[Bofors]]  {{convert|1,650|kg|lb|abbr=on}}{{convert|2.31|m|ftin|abbr=on}} L/22{{convert|14|kg|lb|abbr=on}}105 mm (4.134 in) 475 m/s (1,560 ft/s){{convert|10,500|m|yd|abbr=on}}box trail-5° to +45°360°