The 8 cm Feldkanone M 05 was a field gun used by Austria-Hungary during World War I. Guns captured by Italy were used as the Cannone da 77/28 modello 5. It was a conventional design, with its most notable feature being its obsolescent autofrettaged bronze (so-called steel-bronze) barrel, necessary because Austria-Hungary still had trouble making steel of the proper quality. Its development was quite prolonged as the Austrians took years to decide on the proper recoil system and type of breech. Even then production difficulties prevented its introduction into service until 1907.

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  • 1065.0
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  • Il cannone austro-ungarico Böhler 8 cm Vz. 1905 o 8 cm Feldkanone M. 5 fu un cannone da campagna impiegato dall'Imperial regio esercito austro-ungarico. Catturato dal Regio Esercito come preda bellica, fu ribattezzato Cannone da 77/28 Mod. 5, fu utilizzato nel corso della seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • 8 cm armata polowa wzór 1905 (niem. 8 cm Feldkanone M.5) - austriacka armata polowa skonstruowana w zakładach Škoda. Armata znajdowała się na uzbrojeniu artylerii Cesarskiej i Królewskiej Armii. Była wykorzystywana w czasie I wojny światowej.Na początku 1915 r. znalazła się na uzbrojeniu 1 Pułk Artylerii Legionów. W latach dwudziestych XX wieku armaty posiadał III dywizjon 22 Pułku Artylerii Polowej. 7 listopada 1918 r. bateria por. Stanisława Królikiewicza uzbrojona w trzy 8 cm armaty polowe wzór 1905, jako pierwszy zorganizowany pododdział artylerii, wsparła ogniem obrońców Lwowa. (pl)
  • The 8 cm Feldkanone M 05 was a field gun used by Austria-Hungary during World War I. Guns captured by Italy were used as the Cannone da 77/28 modello 5. It was a conventional design, with its most notable feature being its obsolescent autofrettaged bronze (so-called steel-bronze) barrel, necessary because Austria-Hungary still had trouble making steel of the proper quality. Its development was quite prolonged as the Austrians took years to decide on the proper recoil system and type of breech. Even then production difficulties prevented its introduction into service until 1907. The M 05 was adapted for use in narrow mountain paths as the M 05/08 and could be disassembled into 3 loads. The base of the barrel was given lifting grips to speed its removal from the carriage and the carriage itself was modified to allow it to be disassembled. The original version seems to generally have left service after the war, with only Italy retaining a few in service. Some of these were captured by Nazi Germany and pressed into service as the 7.65 cm FK(i). The M 05/08 was widely used by the Austro-Hungarian successor states after World War I and captured weapons were retained in service by Italy as the Cannone da 77/28 modello 5/8. Captured weapons were used by Nazi Germany under the designations 7.65 cm FK 5/8(ö) or (t) and 7.65 cm FK 300(j). (en)
  • 8-см полевая пушка М.5 (нем. 8 cm Feldkanone M 05 — сокр. 8 cm FK M.5) — полевая пушка производства Австро-Венгрии калибра 76,5 мм, разработанная фирмой Böhler. Активно применялась в Первой мировой войне, а также в других послевоенных конфликтах участниками которых были государства, входившие ранее в состав Австро-Венгрии. Также, Италией, использовались трофейные орудия, захваченные в годы Первой мировой войны, под наименованием Cannon 77/28 Mod.5. Имела стандартный для полевых пушек Первой мировой войны дизайн. (ru)
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  • horizontal sliding block
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  • 76.5
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  • 77 (xsd:integer)
  • A modified Italian Cannone
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  • box trail
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  • fixed
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  • 1901 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1800.0
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  • yes
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  • L/30
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  • 1907 (xsd:integer)
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  • 8 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1907 (xsd:integer)
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  • 3120.0
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  • Austria
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Yugoslavia
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Nazi Germany
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  • M 05/08
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  • 433.0
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  • Il cannone austro-ungarico Böhler 8 cm Vz. 1905 o 8 cm Feldkanone M. 5 fu un cannone da campagna impiegato dall'Imperial regio esercito austro-ungarico. Catturato dal Regio Esercito come preda bellica, fu ribattezzato Cannone da 77/28 Mod. 5, fu utilizzato nel corso della seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • 8 cm armata polowa wzór 1905 (niem. 8 cm Feldkanone M.5) - austriacka armata polowa skonstruowana w zakładach Škoda. Armata znajdowała się na uzbrojeniu artylerii Cesarskiej i Królewskiej Armii. Była wykorzystywana w czasie I wojny światowej.Na początku 1915 r. znalazła się na uzbrojeniu 1 Pułk Artylerii Legionów. W latach dwudziestych XX wieku armaty posiadał III dywizjon 22 Pułku Artylerii Polowej. 7 listopada 1918 r. bateria por. Stanisława Królikiewicza uzbrojona w trzy 8 cm armaty polowe wzór 1905, jako pierwszy zorganizowany pododdział artylerii, wsparła ogniem obrońców Lwowa. (pl)
  • 8-см полевая пушка М.5 (нем. 8 cm Feldkanone M 05 — сокр. 8 cm FK M.5) — полевая пушка производства Австро-Венгрии калибра 76,5 мм, разработанная фирмой Böhler. Активно применялась в Первой мировой войне, а также в других послевоенных конфликтах участниками которых были государства, входившие ранее в состав Австро-Венгрии. Также, Италией, использовались трофейные орудия, захваченные в годы Первой мировой войны, под наименованием Cannon 77/28 Mod.5. Имела стандартный для полевых пушек Первой мировой войны дизайн. (ru)
  • The 8 cm Feldkanone M 05 was a field gun used by Austria-Hungary during World War I. Guns captured by Italy were used as the Cannone da 77/28 modello 5. It was a conventional design, with its most notable feature being its obsolescent autofrettaged bronze (so-called steel-bronze) barrel, necessary because Austria-Hungary still had trouble making steel of the proper quality. Its development was quite prolonged as the Austrians took years to decide on the proper recoil system and type of breech. Even then production difficulties prevented its introduction into service until 1907. (en)
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  • Böhler 8 cm Vz. 1905 (it)
  • 8 cm FK M.5 (pl)
  • 8 cm FK M. 5 (en)
  • 8 cm FK M.5 (ru)
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