Weight in Traction: 3.640 kg Weight in Action: 3.600 kg
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In 1942 the Soviet high command wanted a new divisional howitzer to replace the 152mm M-10. The new weapon had to be mobile and have a calibre of 152mm. The problem was solved by mounting the barrel from the 152mm M-10 (adding a new muzzle break) on the chassis of the 122mm M-30. The result was a modern medium howitzer, which was mobile and had decent range. It was adopted as the 152mm D-1 and issued to corps artillery regiments.