Cannone Anticarro da 7.5 cm L.48 PaK 39 della Wehrmacht

Cacciacarri Hetzer armato con un cannone anticarro da 75 mm L.48 PaK 39 della Wehrmacht

The German PaK 39 looks identical to a 7.5 cm L.46 PaK 40 o 50 mm L.60 PaK 38 except that it does not have a muzzle brake. The PaK 39 has a lower performance than the PaK 40, despite the fact that its barrel is L.2 longer. The difference is in the cartridge. Like most guns, the PaK 39 had a cartridge of the same diameter as the 75 mm shell it fired, whereas the PaK 40 had a larger, bottle-necked cartridge con a bigger e more powerful propellant load. The PaK 39 was easier to manufacture, because a standard breech could be used. I cannoni anticarro Breda 75/46 M.34 italiano e da 75 mm Resita romeno were similar in design to the PaK 39, neither country had the machine tools to produce the more sophisticated Panzerabwehrkanone PaK 40.

Modellini

  • StuG III Ausf. F (Sd.Kfz. 142/1) con 7.5 cm KwK 39
  • Jgd.Pz. 38 (t) Hetzer (Sd.Kfz. 138/2) con 7.5 cm PaK 39
  • Jgd.Pz. IV L/48 (PaK 39, Sd.Kfz. 162) con 7.5 cm PaK 39

Caratteristiche Tecniche

  • Calibro: 75 mm
  • Lunghezza canna: L.48
  • Cadenza di tiro: 12 shots al minuto
  • Perforazione della carrozza a 0-100 m:
    • Panzergranate 39 (A.P.) 144 mm
    • Panzergranate 40 (A.P.C.R.) 172 mm

Bibliografia

Utilizzo Storico

  • Armata tedesca, 1943 – maggio 1945

The German 7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 39 was not made available as a towed cannone anticarro.

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