Joseph Stalin Factory No. 92


Joseph Stalin Factory No. 92

Joseph Stalin Factory No. 92 (Zavod imeni Stalina, or ZiS) was a Soviet artillery factory in the Sormovo district of Gorky. It included the TsAKB artillery design bureau led by Vasiliy Grabin.

Its products included

  • ZiS-2 57mm antitank gun
  • ZiS-3 76.2mm divisional gun
  • ZiS-5 76.2mm tank gun (version of the F-34 tank gun)
  • ZiS-30 self-propelled antitank gun
  • ZiS-S-53 85mm tank gun

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