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The ISU-152 used the same concept as the earlier SU-152: a large gun-howitzer mounted in the hull of a heavy tank. The ISU-152 used the same gun as the SU-152 but on the hull of an IS-2 tank instead of the KV-1.The ISU-152 was developed further during 1944. A new hull front was added and the gun shield was thickened from 60 mm to 100 mm. Several essential minor improvements were also made at this time: internal and external fuel capacity were increased, a 12.7-mm anti-aircraft DShK machine gun was installed by the right forward hatch, and the 10R radio set was upgraded to a 10RK.Between November 1943 and May 1945, 1,885 ISU-152s were built. Mass production ceased in 1947, with 3,242 vehicles produced in total.
ISU-152 stands for self-propelled installation, was a Soviet heavy self-propelled artillery vehicle used during the Second World War. It was inherited from its predecessor the SU-152. The main designer of the ISU-152 was GN Moskvin. In early 1944, the ISU-152 completely replaced its predecessor SU-152 on assembly lines which is fully enclosed with 152mm gun-howitzer on the KV-1S tank chassis. It is also known as “Beast Killer” The ISU-152 was used mainly for fire support of infantry and tanks. It had three major roles – assault gun, tank destroyer and mobile artillery, which made it one of the most versatile heavy vehicles of the war.
The ISU-152 is also featured with two compartments like others – the fighting compartment and ammo storage in the front, and engine and transmission at the back. The firearms (Gun) was mounted marginally askew and traverse 12 degrees left and right. It had 12 torsion bars, 6 street wheels, back drive sprockets, and front idlers indistinguishable from road wheels. There were three fuel tanks – one in rear compartment, and two in fighting compartment.
ISU-152 comes with two variants – ISU-152 M1945 and ISU-152K
ISU -152 was fitted with a modernized ML-20SM mod 1944 gun-howitzer, which was 4.5 m long. It featured four hatches, as well as one emergency hatch below the driver’s seat. ISU-152K was a modernized variant from 1956. It took a new engine, the same as the T-54 and the main, internal fuel tank now had a capacity of 920 L, giving it 500 km more operational range.
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