76.2mm F-34 tank gun 10d6+4/1y AP or 10d6/2y HE 600 114
3 x 7.62mm DT MG (turret, coaxial, bow) 2d6+4 110 3024

The primary heavy tank of the Red Army for most of the war, 500 were in service when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. Although an advanced model was produced, the KV-2, this tank proved to be far too immobile during the Winter War with Finland, and the KV-1 remained in production. A flamethrower variant, the KV-8, was also produced with a 45mm gun (7d6+4/1y AP, 8d6/2y HE) and a coaxial flame projector(4d6 + shock fire damage, 100 yards range). The final version of the KV series, the KV-85, appeared in 1943, upgunning the tank with an 85mm cannon (12d6+4/1y AP, 11d6/2y HE). In 1942, the KV-1 was finally made obsolete by the Tiger tank, and the KV series was replaced late in the war by the IS-2 heavy tank.