1944 to 1945
Rate of fire:
rounds per minute
The 77 mm SG 113 (77 mm Sonder Gerät 113) was a recoilless
anti-tank cannon designed produced by Herman Göring Werke
of Brunswick a subsidiary of Rheinmetall-Borsig
in 1944. The 77 mm SG 113 was a single shot weapon that was
activated electromagnetically by a sensor that was fitted
to the nose of the aircraft. it could either fire a single
shot or full battery of six. The 77 mm SG 113 underwent extensive
testing at Rechlin Lutwaffe facilities in late 1944 with a
and Fw 190
The 77 mm SG 113 (77 mm Sonder Gerät 113) recoilless
anti-tank cannon was installed in the following Luftwaffe
The Warplanes of the Third Reich.
Flying Guns World War II.
German Aircraft Guns WW I WW II.
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