TVONTV – Monstrously Powerful 2S7 Pion, Msta-B, D-20 Artillery in Action – Heavy Live Fire

Ukrainian Army Soldiers shooting the ultimate 2S7 Pion, 2A65 “Msta-B”, 152 mm towed gun-howitzer M1955 (D-20).
Credit: Військове телебачення України – https://www.youtube.com/user/ctrstvua

The 2S7 Pion (“peony”) or Malka is a Soviet self-propelled gun. “2S7” is its GRAU designation. It was identified for the first time in 1975 in the Soviet Army and so was called M-1975 by NATO (the 2S4 Tyulpan also received the M-1975 designation), whereas its official designation is SO-203 (2S7). Its design is based on a T-80 chassis carrying an externally mounted 2A44 203 mm gun on the hull rear.

The 2A65 “Msta-B” is a Soviet towed 152 mm howitzer. The “B” in the designation is an abbreviation for Buksiruyemaya, which means towed. This weapon has been fielded in Russian forces since at least 1987 and is currently in service with Russian front and army level artillery units. The 2A65 howitzer, like many pieces of modern artillery, is capable of firing nuclear artillery shells.

The 152 mm gun-howitzer M1955, also known as the D-20, is a manually loaded, towed 152 mm artillery piece, manufactured in the Soviet Union during the 1950s. It was first observed by the west in 1955, at which time it was designated the M1955. Its GRAU index is 52-P-546.

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