T75/32 Tourelle
T7532 Tourelle
General Historical Information
Place of origin: France
Category: Fieldgun turret
Used by:


Debut in FHSW: v0.42
Passengers: 1
Main Weaponry: 2x Canon-obusier 75mm Mle 1932
Ammunition: ↑ HE
↓ AP
Elevation: -9 to +40'30'
Traverse: 360°
Rate of Fire: 13 rpm each (26 rpm both)
Maximum Range: 12 km
Specially designed bunker: Yes
Historical Picture
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The T75/32 tourelle was a turret simular to the Mle 1932 turret. It contains two Canon-obusier 75mm Mle 1932. The Canon-obusier 75mm Mle 1932 was a improvement version from the Canon-obusier 75mm Mle 1929, the succesor of the famous "Soixante-quinze" from the Boxer Rebellion, wich also be used during the First and Second World War and many others. It was a rapid fire gun with a short recoil designed to equip fortification turrets. His barrel is 24 cm long and it was 30 cm shorter then his predecessor. With this, the gunsn are covered inside the turret and can't be fast damaged. The gun was initially equipped with a Nordenfeld type breech, but later it was replaced by a semi-automatic breech SA Mle 1933.

Did You Know That?

The stationary turrets of Maginot Line can be raised or lowered using arrow keys. Note that the exposed armour of raised turret is very thin.

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