Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals. Artillery and armored vehicles

 

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

To imagine that you are a visitor paleontological museum and cocked her head enthusiastically go between the giant Diplodocus and other pterosaurs. And then you say — they say I’m sorry, but it’s time to feed the animals. Hung a sign "Lunch" and exhibits with uterine rumbling running away to the backyard hrumkat your carrot. Something like that I have experienced and when asked the caretaker of the museum "Battle Glory of the Urals" the reason for the large number of empty pedestals and the lack of exhibits themselves.
As this is where — looked at me with undisguised surprise — they went to the parade!
And here is the video marshbroska from the museum. 

Well, that does not leave everything and we have a great opportunity to learn about what constitutes a "military glory of the Urals." Many of the exhibits were made, in the literal sense of the word, a nearby fence.
Let’s start with artillery series.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

2A36 "Hyacinth-B" — Soviet 152-mm towed gun with increased firing range, developed in SLE Perm machine factory in November 1968 under the leadership of N. Kalanchikova. In 1976, 2A36 was adopted by the Soviet Union, and was intended to suppress and destroy manpower, firepower and combat materiel on the march, in the concentration areas and strongholds. Length of the barrel with muzzle brake is 8197 mm.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

152-mm gun-howitzer D-20 (52-P-546)
D-20 designed in Yekaterinburg OKB-9 under the direction of Petrov. Series production began in the 55th, the plant number 221 in Volgograd (now the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Barricades").

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Howitzer 2A61 — one of the newest pieces of artillery of the Russian army. Howitzer developed SUE (State Unitary Enterprise) "The plant number 9" Ekaterinburg.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Muzzle Brake simply epic.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Cannon 2A45M "Octopus-B" was created in the late 1980s in the design office Petrov. This is a 125-millimeter semiautomatic weapon is interesting because by the auxiliary power unit, it can not walk for a short distance to get away from return fire.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

100-mm anti-tank gun MT-12 (GRAU index — 2A29, a number of sources is called "Rapier") — Soviet towed antitank gun was created in the late 1960s. In the background, her early version of the 100mm gun T-12.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

M-240 — 240-mm towed minomet.God issue: 1951God removed from production: 1958

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

The famous "Sledgehammer Stalin", 203-mm howitzer model 1931. B-4 (Index GAU — 52-D-625) — Soviet howitzer high power caliber 203.4 mm (8 inches).

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

M-42 (GAU index — 52-P-243S) — Soviet semi-automatic anti-tank gun caliber of 45 mm. model 1942.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

152-mm howitzer model 1909/30 period.
Weight in firing position — 2725 kg.Naibolshaya firing range — 9850 meters

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

This monster — 210-mm cannon special power Br-17 mod. 1939 Shooting from the gun shots was conducted separately kartuznogo loader with high-explosive projectiles weighing 133 kg. Most firing range was 29,400 m cannon was transported by mechanical traction and just exploded on three carts: cannon, machine-drawn carriage and wagon base.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles
  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

As an aside on the marine exposure.
Model of cutting the average diesel submarine of the "Pike".

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Layout torpedo boat "Komsomolets" (Project 123-bis).
Reda boat with a duralumin body. Two aircraft engines "Packard" are set in the body one by one, with the length of the left propeller shaft was 12.2 m, and the right — 10 m Speed: Maximum: 48 knots / Cruising: 28.8 knots.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

T-18 (MS-1) — Soviet light infantry tank of the 1920s. Created in the years 1925-1927 by the French FT-17 tank and the Italian version of "Fiat 3000" and became the first Soviet tank design. Serially produced from 1928 to 1931

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

T-26 — Soviet Light Tank two-tower. Adopted in the USSR in 1931. Two-tower modification of the T-26 is the earliest. It is on the tanks of this type was purchased from the British license. A major battle tank did not have the power, though sometimes rearm command vehicles 37mm cannons.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles
  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Light Tank T-26 mod. 1933, BT-7 — Soviet Light wheel-track tank from the 1930s-1940s, and the T-70 — Soviet light tank of the Second World War. Developed in October — November 1941 at the Gorky Automobile Plant (GAZ)

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Heavy Assault Tank KV-2.
Armored hull of the tank welded from rolled armor plate thickness of 75, 40, 30 and 20 mm. The armor protection of equal strength (armor plates with a thickness other than 75 mm, are used only for horizontal reservation machine) protivosnaryadnaya. Armour plate front of the machine installed at rational angles.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles
  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

KV-1 (Klim Voroshilov) — Soviet heavy tank from World War II. Commonly referred to as simply "HF": tank created by that name, and only later, after the appearance of the KV-2.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

T-34 is not necessary. Clearly visible evolution of weapons and towers in the process of modernization.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Soviet heavy tank IS-2. The tank was adopted by the Red Army at the end of 1943 and mass-produced from 1943 to 1946. It is a modification of the JS-1 with arms, reinforced by the installation of a very powerful 122 mm D-25 gun with a muzzle brake.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Paint labeled hitting armor-piercing shells.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles
  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

Perhaps the most beautiful tank, created in history. IS-3 (Object 703) — Soviet heavy tank during World War II, launched into serial production in its last days and not had time to take part in it.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

And finally a bit of modern technology.
"Peony" (Index Grau — 2S7, modified — 2S7M, also known as "Malka") — Soviet self-propelled gun with a 203.2-mm gun 2A44.
Is today considered the most powerful self-propelled artillery installation in the world. Crosses the 102-pound active-reactive munition of 47.5 km.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

2C1 "Carnation" — Soviet 122-mm self-propelled howitzer.
2S3 "Aka? Tion" — 152-mm self-propelled gun.
2S5 "Hyacinth-S" — Soviet 152-mm self-propelled gun.
2S19 152-mm self-propelled howitzer "MSTA-S" arr. 1989

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

The range of post-war Soviet tanks T-55 and T-90.

  • Museum of military equipment Battle Glory of the Urals.  Artillery and armored vehicles

At this point I finished a series of photo stories about the museum of military equipment "Battle Glory of the Urals."
Of course a lot left over, but I think it will be more than a motive for you to visit this wonderful museum complex.
For those who missed the repeat references to previous parts.
Part 1Museum of military equipment "Battle Glory of the Urals." Aviation Exposition 
Part 2Museum of military equipment "Battle Glory of the Urals." Cars and motorcycles USSR
Page Museum at the Wiki 

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