Historical Weapons

Battleship Main Guns

Cruiser / Destroyer Main Guns and Battleship / Cruiser Secondary Guns

9"/35 Pattern 1877,
229 mm/35 Pattern 1877
Imperator Alexandr II class and Gangut
220 mm/65 SM-40
Pr. 22 and Pr. 66 Heavy Cruiser Classes
20.3 cm/60 SK C/34
Petropavlovsk (ex-German Lützow)
8"/50 Pattern 1905,
203 mm/50 Pattern 1905
Rurik (II), Andrey Pervozvanny Class, Evstafii Class, Sinop and Petr Veliky
8"/45 Pattern 1892,
>203 mm/45 Pattern 1892
Rossia, Gromoboy, Bayan(I), Bayan(II) Class and gunboat Khrabry
8"/35 Pattern 1885,
203 mm/35 Pattern 1885
Admiral Nakhimov, Pamiat' Azova, Rurik and Koreets Class gunboats
180 mm/60 Pattern 1931,
180 mm/57 Pattern 1932
Krasnyi Kavkaz and Kirov Classes
152 mm/57 Pattern 1938
Sovetskii Soyuz , Chapayev and Sverdlov Classes
6"/50 Pattern 1908,
152 mm/50 Pattern 1908
Schkval Class river monitors
6"/45 Pattern 1892,
152 mm/45 Pattern 1877
Most large ships built between 1892 and 1911
6"/35 Pattern 1877,
152 mm/35 Pattern 1877
Pre-dreadnoughts and armored cruisers
130 mm/58 Pattern 1957
Neustrashimy, Kotlin and Luda (PRC) Classes
130 mm/50 Pattern 1936
Leningrad, Silnyi, Gnevnyi, Storozhevoi, Opitnyi, Tashkent and Ognyevoi Classes
130 mm/55 Marks A and B,
130 mm/55 Pattern 1913
Imperatritsa Maria class, Diana, Bogatyr class, Prut, Khrabry, Grozyaschii, Aurora, Komintern, Chervona Ukraina and Krasnyi Krym Classes
120 mm/50 Pattern 1905
Gangut Class and Rurik (II)
120 mm/45 Pattern 1892
Many ships of the 1890s - 1900s
4"/60 Pattern 1911,
102 mm/60 Pattern 1911
Many ships 1912 - 1917
102 mm/45 Pattern 1930 and 1934
Dekabrist and Leninets Classes and river monitors
100 mm/70 CM-5
Chapaev and Sverdlov Classes
100 mm/56 Pattern 1940
Sovetskii Soyuz, Chapayev and Kirov Classes
100 mm/51 Pattern 1936,
100 mm/56 Pattern 1939
Submarines and small combatants
100 mm/50 "Minizini" (Italian)
Chervona Ukraina Class and Krasny Kavkaz

Smaller Caliber and Anti-Aircraft Guns