Each Russian infantry division was supported by an artillery brigade. Each cavalry division had 2 batteries attached. Don Cossacks were also supported by 2 batteries of 3-pdr. mountain guns.
- 3 batteries of 4-pdr. guns
- 3 batteries of 9-pdr. guns
NB Turkestan and Siberian artillery brigades had a battery of 3-pdr. mountain guns instead of one of their 4-pdr. batteries.
- 4-pdr. batteries had 6 guns
- 3-pdr. batteries had 8 guns
- Model 1867: Bronze breechloaders built after the Krupp pattern which were outranged by the Turkish steel guns.
- The 4-pdr. actually fired 12 lb shells and the 9-pdr. fired 24 lb shells.
- 3 Battalions
- 4 field batteries
- 1 horse battery
- 1 Gatling battery
- 6 guns
- Horse artillery batteries and two battalions of field artillery were equipped with 4-pdr. and 6 pdr. Krupp steel breechloaders.
- The remainder of the Turkish artillery were armed with bronze breechloaders built after the Krupp pattern.
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- MicroMark Army Lists, T13N Ottoman Turkish Army, 1874-1878, all theatres, 2011
- Plastic Soldier Review, Russian Field Artillery (Summer Uniform) review
- Plastic Soldier Review, Russian Mountain Artillery (Winter Uniform) review
- Plastic Soldier Review, Turkish Artillery review
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- The History of Russian Artillery since the mid-19th century up to 1917