It is not clear if German AP shells for Pak 97/38 were produced. Polish AP shells were used in limited numbers.
The Finnish Army used locally produced ones designated 75 psa - Vj4 and possibly old French ones designated 75 pspkrv 59/66-ps. The 75 psa - Vj4 penetrated 92 mm at 300 m, meet angle 90°.
The HEAT projectiles penetrated about 90 mm at meet angle 90° or about 75 mm at meet angle 60°.
|Type||Model||Weight, kg||HE weight, g||Muzzle velocity, m/s||Range, m|
|AP, Polish||7.5 cm K.Gr. Pz.(p)||6.8||570||1,500|
|HEAT||7.5 cm Gr.38/97Hl/A(f)||4.4|
|HEAT||7.5 cm Gr.38/97Hl/B(f)||4.57||450||1,500|
|HEAT||7.5 cm Gr.15/38Hl/B(f)||4.4|
|High explosive and fragmentation shells|
|HE-Frag, French||7.5 cm Sprgr.233/1(f)||6.19||577||10,000|
|HE-Frag, French||7.5 cm Sprgr.230/1(f)||5.44||545||7,600|
|HE-Frag, French||7.5 cm Sprgr.231/1(f)||5.44||557||7,600|
|HE-Frag, French||7.5 cm Sprgr.236/1(f)||6.6||10,000|
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