List of Stasnovan Revolutionary Army equipment in the Second Great War

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List of equipment used by the Stasnovan Red Army[edit]

Pistols[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
TT Pistol Semi-automatic pistol 7.62×25mm Tokarev  Stasnov TT-33 2.JPG 8-round detachable box magazine. Main service pistol during GWII.
Nagant M1895 Revolver pistol 7.62×38mmR  Stasnov Nagant Revolver.jpg 7-round cylinder. Used by reservists, officers and NKVD Internal Troops units.

Submachine guns[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
PPD-40 Submachine gun 7.62×25mm Tokarev  Stasnov PPD-34-38 SMG.JPG 25-round detachable box and 71-round detachable drum magazine. Limited use, mostly by NKVD and Border Guard units.
PPSh-41 Submachine gun 7.62×25mm Tokarev  Stasnov PPSh-41 from soviet.jpg 35-round detachable box and 71-round detachable drum magazines. Main submachinegun up to 1946. Produced is massive numbers.
PPS submachine gun Submachine gun 7.62×25mm Tokarev  Gorbatov PPS.jpg 35-round detachable box magazine. Thousands supplied by Gorbatov and used by recon troops, the VDV and combat engineers.

Rifles[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action rifle 7.62×54mmR  Stasnov Mosin-Nagant M1891 Dragoon - Ryssland - AM.067668.jpg 5-round stripper clip. Standard issue rifle of the Red Army up to 1947. Multiple variants used. The M91/30 PU Sniper variant was the most used sniper rifle by the Red Army.
SVT-38/40 Battle rifle 7.62×54mmR  Stasnov SVT-40 - Ryssland - AM.032865.jpg 10-round detachable box magazine. Widespread service in all units. AVT-40 automatic variant also saw limited use.
SKS Semi-automatic Carbine 7.62×39mm M43  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
SKS - Ryssland - AM.045810.jpg 10-round stripper clip/internal box magazine. Main service carabine from 1946.

Machine guns[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Degtyaryov machine gun Light machine gun 7.62×54mmR  Stasnov Machine gun DP MON.jpg 47- or 60 round pan magazine, belt feed, and 30-round overhead box magazine. Main light machine gun until 1945.
RPD Light machine gun 7.62×39m  Stasnov LMG-RPD-44.jpg Non-disintegrating 100-round segmented belt stored in a drum container. Main light machine gun from 1945.
SG-43 Goryunov Medium machine gun 7.62×54mmR  Stasnov File:SG-43.jpg 200- or 250-round belts. Introduced in 1943 as a replacement for the older M1910 Maxim machine guns.
PM M1910 Heavy machine gun 7.62×54mmR  Stasnov Maxim Maschinengewehr 1910.jpg 250-round belts. Main machinegun of the Red Army until 1943.
DShK Heavy machine gun 12.7×108mm  Stasnov File:Doushka desert.jpg 50-round belts. Main heavy infantry machine gun. Frequently deployed with a two-wheeled mounting or on vehicles.

Anti-tank weapons (besides anti-tank guns)[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
PTRD Anti-tank rifle 14.5×114mm  Stasnov File:Prtd41.jpg Single shot, no magazine.
PTRS-41 Anti-tank rifle 14.5×114mm  Stasnov File:PTRS-2.jpg 5-round (in clip) integral magazine. Main anti-tank/material rifle.
RPG-1 Rocket-propelled grenade launcher 70mm  Stasnov File:Rpg1.png Lightweight anti-tank rocket. Introduced in 1947 and saw limited use.
Ampulomet Expedient anti-tank weapon 125mm  Stasnov 125 mm ampulomet battle of stalingrad museum.jpg Improvised anti-tank weapon that launched a 125mm incendiary projectile made of spherical glass. Largely obsolete by 1942 and thusly withdrawn from service.

Light Tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
T-38 Amphibious light tank ~1,200  Stasnov T-38 tank.JPG Amphibious light tank equiped with a single 7.62mm DT machine gun. Largerly obsolete at the start of the war. Nevertheless, it was used until 1943.
T-40 Amphibious light tank ~420  Stasnov T40kub1.jpg Saw service until 1943.
T-26 Light infantry tank ~10,117  Stasnov T-26 in Kirovsk.JPG Introduced in 1931 and was withdrawn from service in 1945. Extensive use in the first year of the war.
T-50 Light infantry tank ~100  Stasnov File:T-50.jpg Saw limited service.
T-60 Light infantry tank ~6,292  Stasnov T-60 Kubinka.jpg Partly replaced the T-83. Withdrawn from service in 1945.
T-70 Light infantry tank ~8,231  Stasnov T-70, technical museum, Togliatti-1.jpg Partly replaced the T-60 and entirely replaced the T-50. In service during 1942–1948.
BT-2 Light cavalry tank ~620  Stasnov File:Bt2.jpg Mostly withdrawn by the start of the war. Mostly used as trainning vehicle.
BT-5 Light cavalry tank ~2,108  Stasnov BT - 5.jpg Saw frontline combat in the first years of the war. Withdrawn by 1943.
BT-7 Light cavalry tank ~5,909  Stasnov File:Bt7 3.jpg Saw frontline combat in the first years of the war. Withdrawn by 1945.

Medium Tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
T-34 Medium tank ~90,070  Stasnov T-34.jpg Main tank of the Red Army during the war. Most produced tank during Great War II. 60% of vehicles produced were T-34-85.
T-44 Medium tank ~2,070  Stasnov T-44.jpg Extensive use until the end of the war. Produced from 1944 to 1947, it was later replaced by the more advanced and effective T-54.
T-54 Medium tank ~6,529  Stasnov T-55 icon.jpg Entered service in 1947. Saw limited use during the final years of the war.

Heavy Tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
KV-1 Heavy tank ~5,219  Stasnov КВ-1 у диорамы «Прорыв блокады Ленинграда». Вид спереди-справа.JPG
KV-2 Heavy tank ~334  Stasnov Кв-2 3.jpg
KV-85 Heavy tank ~334  Stasnov KV-1s with 85 kub4.jpg
IS-2 Heavy tank ~6,854  Stasnov IS-2 Cubinka 1.jpg
IS-3 Heavy tank ~4,311  Stasnov IS3.jpg
IS-4 Heavy tank ~350  Stasnov IS-4 Tank.jpg