37-mm M1939 (61-K)

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37-mm M1939 (61-K) automatic air defense gun - 37x252SR
37-mm 70-K naval automatic air defense gun, a naval version of 61-K - 37x252SR
37-mm V-11 twin naval automatic air defense gun - 37x252SR

The 37-mm M1939 (61-K) automatic air defense gun can be seen in the following films and television series used by the following actors:

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Specifications

  • Calibre: 37×252SR mm (1.46 in)
  • Length: 5500 mm (216.54 in)
  • Height: 2100 mm (82.68 in)
  • Width: 1765 mm (69.49 in)
  • Barrel length 2315 mm (91.14 in)
  • Weight: 2,100 kg (4629.71 lbs)
  • Elevation: -5° to 85°
  • Traverse: 360°
  • Rate of fire: 120 r/min
  • Muzzle velocity : 880 m/s (962.38 yd/s)
  • Effective range
    • surface: 9500 m (31167.98 ft)
    • Air: 6700 m (21981.63 ft)

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Invincible (Nepobedimye) Soviet soldiers 1943
T-9 Submarine (Podvodnaya lodka T-9) 70-K; mounted on Soviet Navy ships 1943
The Marine Battalion (Morskoy batalion) 70-K; mounted on various ships and boats 1944
The Last Hill (Malakhov kurgan) 70-K; mounted on Soviet Navy ships 1944
The Sky Slow-Mover (Nebesnyy tikhokhod) Soviet soldiers 1945
The Tank Brigade Russian female soldiers 1955
My Dear Fellow (Dorogoy moy chelovek) Soviet soldiers 1958
Blue Arrow (Golubaya strela) Soviet sailors 70-K; Mounted on Pr.122 submarine chaser 1958
Fortress on Wheels (Krepost na kolesah) Soviet soldiers Mounted on the armoured train 1960
At Your Threshold (U Tvoyego Poroga) Russian soldiers 1964
The Living and the Dead (Zhivye i Myortvye) Russian soldiers 1964
They Were Known Only by Sight (Ikh znali tolko v litso) German soldiers 61-K, 70-K (mounted on destroyer) 1966
Spring on The Oder (Vesna na Odere) Russian soldiers 1967
Krepkiy oreshek Nadezhda Rumyantseva Sgt. Rayisa Oreshkina 1967
Liberation: The Fire Bulge Russian soldiers 1969
Liberation: Breakthrough Russian soldiers 1969
The Naval Mettle (Morskoy kharakter) V-11 twin naval mounting 1970
Listen on the Other Side (Daisny tserguudee sonsotsgoo!) Soviet and Mongolian soldiers 1971
The Seventeenth Transatlantic (Semnadtsatyy transatlanticheskiy) 70-K; mounted on AM-class minesweeper 1972
Poem of Kovpak: Alarm (Duma o Kovpake: Nabat) Soviet troops 1973
They Fought for Their Country Russian soldiers 1975
Poem of Kovpak: Snow-Storm (Duma o Kovpake: Buran) Soviet troops 1975
Country Trip of Sergeant Tsybulya (Dachnaya poezdka serzhanta Tsybuli) German soldiers 1979
Torpedo Bombers (Torpedonostsy) V-11 twin naval mounting 1983
Battle for Moscow Russian soldiers 1985
It's We, O God! (Eto mi, Gospodi!..) Soviet soldiers 1990
The Star (Zvezda) German soldiers 2002
Hitler's Kaput! (Gitler kaput!) Soviet soldiers 2008
Dnieper Line: Love and War Soviet soldiers 2009
Stalingrad Soviet soldiers 2013
The Dawns Here Are Quiet (A zori zdes tikhie...) Anastasiya Mikulchina Rita Osyanina 2015

Television

Title Actor Character Note Date
The State Border: Film 5 Russian soldiers Can be seen in documentary footage 1986
Midsomer Murders Type 65 twin mounting; Seen on RAF base; "The Incident at Cooper Hill" (S18E02) 2016



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