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404 and 410; L. S. 6. 3kg 43° 43° 35° 290m/s 290m/s 350m/s Landing Guns 32 Landing guns were artillery pieces that were designed for use by naval landing parties. The largest of these were light field guns that had been slightly modified to facilitate storage aboard ship, rapid disembarkation, and movement by means of drag ropes. S. 33 Smaller landing guns had much in common with mountain guns and howitzers. The Russian Army possessed a weapon that had much in common with contemporary landing guns, but was used for a very different purpose.
Such large units shoud not be confused with the much smaller artillery brigades of the armies of the British Empire; each of these multi-regiment brigades served as the home for all of the field artillery of a given formation. As a rule, the units composed of two, three, or four batteries were ‘thoroughbred’ units. That is, all of their component batteries were armed with the same sort of weapon, thereby facilitating the supply of ammunition. Regiments and multi-regiment brigades, however, were often of the mixed variety.
Most of these were, apart from their carriages, identical to the guns issued to field batteries in the last twenty-five years of the nineteenth century. A few, however, were of types that were somewhat heavier than the ordinary field guns of the day. Siege guns of the second category, with calibers in the neighborhood of 120mm, had much in common with older mobile heavy guns. Siege guns of the third category, with calibers of 150mm or so, had no counterparts in the realm of field artillery. The exceptions to this general pattern were relatively new guns that had been designed after the introduction of smokeless powder.