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NORWAY - GUNS

Caliber,

 mm

Bore

length,

 cal

No

of

bores

Type of mount

Guns used

Year

Ships used on

Maximal

elevation

 angle,

Shell

 mass, kg

Initial

velocity, m/s

Rate of fire

of one bore,

rounds per min

Fire range /

 AA ceiling, km

7.6 80.0 1 Browning M1919A4 0.30`` Browning M1919A4 MG 1941 many 80 0.010 853 400-500 1.8/1.2
7.7 87.0 1 Lewis MG 0.303`` Lewis MG 1914 many 90 0.011 744 100-150 0.4/0.15
12.7 90.0 1 Mk 3 0.5`` Browning M2 MG 1934 many 80 0.049 893 150-200 2.4/2.4
20.0 65.0 1 MPLC/30 2cm FlaK 38 1945 ex-German 85 0.120 875 450-500 4.8/3.7
20.0 70.0 1 Mk I 20 mm/70 Mk II (Oerlikon) 1939 many 85 0.123 844 250-320 4.7/3.0
20.0 70.0 1 Mk 2 20 mm/70 Oerlikon Mk 2, 3, 4 1942 many 87 0.123 844 450 4.4/3.0
20.0 70.0 2 Mk V, VC, IX 20 mm/70 Mk II (Oerlikon) 1943 many 85 0.123 844 250-320 4.7/3.0
36.8 20.0 5 Hotchkiss revolver 1-pdr (37mm) Hotchkiss revolver M1885 1885 many 11 0.505 442 32 2.8
36.8 45.0 1 M1888 37mm/45 Hotchkiss M1884 1884 many 11 0.505 600 20 3.5
37.0 80.0 1 Ein LC/34 3.7cm SK C/30 1945 ex-German 80 0.748 1000 30 8.5/6.8
40.0 39.4 1 Mk VIII Vickers 2-pdr Mk VIII CLV (pompom) 1941 many 70 0.910 585 96-98 3.5/3.0
40.0 39.4 4 Mk VII Vickers 2-pdr Mk VIII CLV (pompom) 1942 many 80 0.910 585 96-98 3.5/3.0
40.0 56.2 1 Bofors Akan M/1936 40mm/60 Bofors M/1936 1937 many 90 1.00 850 120-140 11.3/5.0
40.0 56.2 2 Bofors Akan M/1936 40mm/60 Bofors M/1936 1934 ML 90 1.00 850 120-140 11.3/5.0
40.0 56.3 1 Mk 3 40 mm/56 Bofors Mk 1, 2 1942 many 90 0.900 881 120 10.1/7.0
40.0 56.3 2 RP50 Mk V 40 mm/56 QF Mk I, IC, III, IV, VIII (Bofors) 1943 many 90 0.894 829 120-160 9.8/7.2
47.0 40.0 1 Mk V HA Hotchkiss 3-pdr QF Mk I, II 1940 many 70 1.50 574 20 7.2/4.0
47.0 46.0 1 M1902 47mm/50 Hotchkiss M1902 1901 many 30 1.50 740 25 5.1
47.0 49.0 1 Ssk M/1895 47mm/50 Ssk M/1895 1921 many 80 1.50 740 25 6.0/2.5
57.0 49.0 1 QF M/1889B 57mm/55 QF M/1889B 1889 many 15 2.72 704 20 6.0
65.0 15.8 1 ? 65mm M86 1886 many ~10 2.80 350 ~10 ~4
76.2 23.5 1 Mk 14 Mod.0 3``/23.5 Mk 14 Mod.0 1940 many 75 5.90 503 8-9 9.2/5.5
76.2 28.0 1 Bofors 3``/28 Bofors 1939 many ~80 6.50 ~400 ~20 ~9/~4
76.2 40.0 1 P Mk I, I* 12-pdr / 12 cwt EOC Pattern N 1898 many 30 5.87 681 15 7.5
76.2 40.0 1 HA/LA Mk IX** 12-pdr / 12cwt QF HA Mk V 1941 many 70 5.87 681 15 10.7/5.8
76.2 45.0 1 HA Mk II, III 12-pdr / 20 cwt QF HA Mk I*, I*C 1940 many 90 7.94 617 12-14 11.8/7.7
76.2 50.1 1 Mk 11 3``/50 Mk 19, 17, 18 1942 PC 85 5.90 823 15-20 13.4/9.3
76.2 50.1 1 Mk 24 3``/50 Mk 21 1952 TB 85 5.90 823 15-20 13.4/9.3
76.2 51.0 1 M? 76mm/51 Bofors 1934 ML 90 6.80 830 25 16.0/10
100.0 40.0 1 M1936 100mm/40 Bofors M1936 1937 TB 45 14.1 775 10 15.0
101.6 40.0 1 M? 101.6mm/40 Bofors 1917 ML 45 14.1 775 10 15.0
101.6 40.5 1 CP Mk XXIII** 4``/40 QF Mk XIX 1944 FS 60 15.9 396 15 8.9
101.6 44.4 1 CP Mk I 4``/45 BL Mk IX** 1941 FS 30 14.1 800 10-12 12.7
101.6 45.0 1 HA Mk IV 4``/45 QF Mk V***, VC 1940 TB 80 14.1 728 10-15 12.7/9.4
101.6 45.0 2 Mk XIX 4``/45 Mk XVI 1942 DE 80 17.4 811 15-20 18.1/11.9
101.6 50.0 1 Mk 12 4``/50 Mk 9 1940 DD 20 15.0 884 8-9 14.6
105.0 41.9 1 MPLC/32 gE 10.5cm SK C/32 nS 1945 TB 70 15.1 785 15 15.2/9.5
113.0 45.0 1 Mk V 4.5``/45 QF Mk IV 1945 DD 55 25.0 746 14 19.0/9.1
120.0 43.9 1 Mk? 4.724``/43.9 QF EOC Pattern Y 1898 BC, ML ~15 20.4 783 5-6 9
120.0 44.1 1 M? 120mm/44.1 Bofors 1934 ML 45 21.0 800 ~7-10 ~16
120.0 45.0 1 CP Mk XXII 4.7``/45 QF Mk IX 1943 DD 55 22.7 808 7-10 16.0
121.7 24.2 1 ? 12cm Modell 81 1882 PG ~10 22.0 500 ~5 ~5
149.1 45.8 1 Mk? 5.87``/45.8 EOC Pattern FF 1901 BC, ML ~20 45.0 800 ~5-6 ~10
152.4 26.0 1 ? 15cm Modell 83 1882 PG 10 45.4 507 ~2 ~6
209.3 32.0 1 ? 21cm Modell 94 1894 PG ~10 140 580 ~2 ~8
209.3 43.8 1 Mk? 8.24``/43.8 EOC Pattern B 1898 BC 15 142 700 ~1 ~11
209.3 43.8 1 Mk? 8.24``/43.8 EOC Pattern C 1901 BC 15 142 700 ~1 ~11
260.0 30.0 1 ? 26cm Krupp No2 1885 PG ~10 275 525 ~0.3 ~7
274.4 17.9 1 ? 27cm Modell 76 1874 PG 10 216 420 ~0.2 ~5

 

Ivan Gogin, 2010