Italy
Naval Guns
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The Italian Naval Ensign.The Italian Naval Crest
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Modern Weapons (1980 to Present)
127 mm/64 LW Under Development
127 mm/54 LW and Compact Animoso, Audace, Maestrale and Lupo Classes
76 mm/62 Compact and SR Many Warships
40 mm/70 OTO-Breda Many Warships
35 mm/90 KDC Oerlikon Small Warships
30 mm/82 Compact and Sea Cobra Coastal Patrol Boats
25 mm/80 KBA Modern ships
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Historical Weapons
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Battleship Main Guns
381 mm/50 Model 1934 Littorio Class
381 mm/40 Model 1914 Francesco Caracciolo Class, Faà di Bruno and Alfredo Cappellini
320 mm/44 Model 1934 Conte di Cavour and Andrea Doria (1915) Classes
13.5"/30 Umberto Class
30.5 cm/45 K10 Coast Artillery
12"/46 Model 1909 Dante Allighieri, Conte di Cavour and Andrea Doria (1915) Classes
12"/40 Benedetto Brin and Regina Elena Classes
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Cruiser / Destroyer Main Guns and Battleship / Cruiser Secondary Guns
10"/45 Model 1908 Pisa and San Giorgio (1910) Classes
10"/40 EOC "R" Ammiraglio di Saint Bon and Giuseppe Garibaldi (1904) Classes
203 mm/53 Model 1927 Zara and Bolzano Classes
203 mm/50 Model 1924 Trento Class
8"/45 EOC "W" Regina Elena and Giuseppe Garibaldi (1904) Classes
7.5"/45 Model 1908 San Giorgio (1910) Class
190 mm/39 Skoda GM269
152 mm/55 Model 1936 Littorio and Giuseppe Garibaldi (1937) Classes
152 mm/53 Models 1926 and 1929 All Condottieri Classes except 5th group
6"/40 EOC Umberto and Giuseppe Garibaldi (1904) Classes
150 mm/50 K10 GM239 and GM240
15 cm/45 Tbts KL/45 Premuda (ex-German V116)
15 cm/45 SK L/45 Taranto, Ancona and Bari (ex-German cruisers)
14 cm/56 Skoda Premuda (captured Yugoslavian Destroyer Dubrovnik)
138.6 mm/40 Model 1923 FR21 (captured French Destroyer Lion)
135 mm/45 Model 1938 Andrea Doria (1915), Capitani Romani, Commandanti Medaglie d'Oro and Etna Classes
130 mm/40 Model 1919 FR23 and FR31 (captured French Destroyers Tigre and Trombe)
5"/38 Mark 12 (USA) Impetuoso, San Giorgio (1964) Classes and ex-USN Benson, Gleaves and Fletcher types
120 mm/50 Model 1926 - 1940 Navigatori, Dardo, Folgore, Maestrale, Oriani, Soldati and Conte Di Cavour Classes
12 cm/46 Skoda Sebenico and Lubiana (captured Yugoslavian Destroyers Beograd and Ljubljana)
120 mm/45 Model 1931 Submarines of World War II
120 mm/45 Models 1918, 1924 and 1926 Leone, Sauro, Turbine, Sella Classes
120 mm/50 Model 1909
120 mm/27 OTO 1924
120 mm/15 OTO 1933 and 1934
Miscellaneous 120 mm guns
102 mm/45 Models 1917 and 1919 Torpedo Boats and Submarines of World War II
120 mm/40 Models 1889, 1891 and 1893 Littorio (1940) and Garibaldi (1904) Classes and auxiliaries
102 mm/35 Models 1914-1915 Torpedo Boats and Submarines of World War II
100 mm/47 Models 1931, 1935 and 1938 Submarines of World War II
100 mm/47 Models 1931, 1935 and 1937 Spica, Ariete, Orsa, Animoso and Gabbiano Classes
100 mm/43 Model 1927 Foca and Brin Classes
100 mm/47 Models 1924, 1927 and 1928 Giulio Cesare, Trento, Zara and all Condotteri Classes
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Smaller Caliber and Anti-Aircraft Guns
90 mm/50 Model 1939 Andrea Doria (1915) and Littorio Classes
76 mm/62 MMI Andrea Doria (1964) and Vittorio Veneto (1969) Classes
3"/50RF Geniere (ex-USN Fletcher type)
3"/50 Mark 22 (USA) Aldebaran Class (ex-USN Cannon type)
3"/40 EOC
76.2 mm/40 Models 1916 and 1917
Minor Warships of the 1910s to 1940s
Garibaldi (1904) Class
3"/50 Model 1909 Conte di Cavour and Andrea Doria (1915) Classes
65 mm/64 Model 1939 Aquila, Capitani Romani and Etna Classes
40 mm/39 Vickers/Terni M1915/1917 Dardo, Folgore and Navigatori Classes
37 mm/54 Models 1932, 1938 and 1939 Most Warships of World War II
25 mm/80 Myriad - KBD Proposed
20 mm/65 Models 1935, 1939 and 1940 Most Warships of World War II
20 mm/70 Oerlikon A few Warships of World War II
2 cm/65 Flakvierling M38 (German) A few Warships of World War II
13.2 mm/75.7 AA MG Many Warships of World War II
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Updated 28 January 2014