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Název:
Name:
vz. 30
Originální název:
Original Name:
vz. 30
Kategorie:
Category:
Lehká houfnice
Výrobce:
Producer:
Škodovy závody, Plzeň
Období výroby:
Production Period:
DD.MM.1934-DD.MM.1938
Vyrobeno kusů:
Number of Produced:
-
Prototyp vyroben:
Prototype Built:
DD.MM.1930
Obsluha:
Crew:
10
Technické údaje:
Technical Data:
 
Bojová hmotnost:
Combat Weight:
1798 kg
Přepravní hmotnost:
Manoeuvre Weight:
3077 kg
Ráže:
Calibre:
100 mm
Délka hlavně:
Barrel Length:
2500 mm
Celková délka:
Overall Length:
- mm
Celková šířka:
Overall Width:
- mm
Celková výška:
Overall Height:
- mm
Náměr:
Elevation:
-8 +80 °
Odměr:
Traverse:
±7,5 °
Přepravní rychlost:
Manoeuvre Speed:
- km/h
Používaná munice:
Ammo Used:
-
Výkony:
Performance:
 
Maximální dostřel:
Maximum Range:
10600 m -
Rychlost střelby:
Rate of Fire:
6 ran/min
Úsťová rychlost:
Muzzle Velocity:
430 m/s -
Uživatelské státy:
User States:
-
Poznámka:
Note:
-
Zdroje:
Sources:
Fidler, Jiří - Sluka, Václav: Encyklopedie branné moci Republiky československé 1920-1938. Praha, Libri 2006.
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Lightweight howitzer vz. 30 caliber 10 cm

Weapon system Damage, produced a joint Stock company, formerly the škoda works, Pilsen.
The prototype weapon was tested in the years 1930 to 1933 and in July 1933 he was accepted into the armaments production from the years 1934 to 1938 gave less than 160 units.
The gun was equipped with a steel main, a horizontal wedge in conclusion, liquid zákluzovou brake and zpruhovým vratníkem, the barrel was placed on the chobotové a post with a shield.
The howitzer was transported hipicky (šestispřeží) along with the limber, or was, as a whole, together with a service loaded on the artillery car vz. 29.
Since 1936 gradually replacing the lightweight howitzer vz. 14/19 caliber 10 cm, in the autumn of 1938 was in the arsenal of the Artillery section 81, an Artillery section 82, an Artillery section 83, an Artillery section 84, of the Artillery regiment 51, Artillery regiment 52, Artillery regiment 53 and the Artillery regiment 54.


Tactical-technical data
the weight of the transmission – a 3 077 kg, the weight of the combat – 1 798 kg; caliber – 100 mm, barrel length – 2.50 m (25 caliber), elevation angle – -8° to +80°, measured quantity – ±7,5°, the weight of the bullets 16 kg, muzzle velocity – 430 m/s, the maximum range – 10 600 m rate of fire – 6 shots per minute, operator – 10 persons.

Literature:
Fidler, George - Woodcock, Václav: the Encyclopedia of military power of czechoslovakia 1920-1938. Prague, Libri 2006..
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Photos

Source: www.militaryphotos.net.
CZK - vz. 30 (10cm lehká houfnice) -


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Diskuse
Dear all,
First of all I must say that I am not a expert through the artillery and therefore, at the request of his Polish colleagues, I would like to find out some facts regarding the 100 mm light howitzers delivered Škodovými races Pilsen to Yugoslavia and Romania. Their artillery was just armed, among other these imported strength. In Romania bore the designation vz. 34 and in Yugoslavia, perhaps the model 28. The Czech designation of these export versions should be the EF 1 or EF, or perhaps F1 - F3. Líšily these models in some way from the howitzers from the armament of the czechoslovak. army and how many there were in each of the countries exported?
Thank you for the reply..
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So perhaps it's a bit objasním

10 cm field howitzer Model 1928,delivered to Yugoslavia is directly derived from the project, which has commissioned Yugoslavia for Damages in Pilsen and was conducted under the project designation of FE in the years of 1926-1927.
The gun was delivered during the year 1929 and up to 72 ks.

Romania went the cannon in two waves
In the years 1931-35 type of FE 1 and in the years 1937-39 and the war type F2.

Otherwise the parameters of the gun are identical with vz.30.

Otherwise the barrel of the cannon was made of monoblock and autofretovaná.

Otherwise, a colleague has a bug here in the nomenclature of the guns, in Romania, should the designation of 10 cm field howitzer Model 1930.

10 cm field howitzer Model 1934 is too howitzers from the Skoda, but it is a modernized howitzer vz.1916/19, upgrading you conduct yourself..
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