Caliber : 75 mm
Barrel length: L36/ (2720 mm)
Weight: 1.190 kg
Measured quantity : 60°
The speed of the projectile at muzzle: 570 m/sec
The effectiveness of fire - on the 500m - 75 mm armor
Maximum range: 11.000 m (at elevation 25°)
Rate of fire: 12-14 rounds
Used ammunition: mostly all sorts of captured French ammunition caliber 7.5 cm, for example (in German):
7.5 cm Gr. 38/97 (f)
7,5 cm Sprgr. 233/1 (f)
The basis of this Paku formed French field cannon vz.1897 (more mnosžství of them fell into the hands of the. army during the western campaign in 1940), which was mounted on the lafetu German Pak 5cm Pak 38/L60. It was only an emergency solution when lack of own anti-tank guns of larger calibre. Thanks to the short barrel shouldn't projectile a sufficient initial speed and the middle distance was able to destroy the better armoured vehicles of the enemy. In the course of the war were individual surviving pieces of this Paku downloaded back to their country of origin, i.e. France. Here they were assigned to anti-tank units, which were preparing for the landing of the allies. Therefore, with this Then used in the summer of 1944, when it was already hopelessly outdated.
The number of man-hours to produce 1 piece: 1.500
The price of one cannon charged to the armed forces amounted to 8.000,- RM..