4. Consider large caliber artillery a task of utmost importance. Develop 210 mm field guns, 305 mm field howitzers in 1941, and 356 mm guns and 500 mm howitzers on rails for 1942. Develop and build prototypes of a 450 mm field howitzer in 1941.
5. On anti-tank guns:
Organize the manufacture of 45 mm shrapnel shells,
Regimental guns currently being developed do not match the requirements of regimental guns due to being too heavy (900 kg). Currently developed guns should be completed and tested. In 1941, develop a new regimental gun, that weighs no more than 500 kg, has a 5 km range, and is not made for fighting tanks.
Medium caliber tank gun:
6. On the armour piercing capabilities of field artillery.
Develop AP shells for the following artillery systems:
- 152 mm model 1938 howitzer
- 107 mm model 1910/30 gun
- 122 mm model 1931 gun
- 152 mm model 1935 gun
- 152 mm model 1937 gun"
- Immediately mass produce the 107 mm M-60 gun.
- Order the 107 mm mountain gun.
- Accelerate the trials of 203 mm howitzers.
- Accelerate the trials of AP shells for 107 mm, 122 mm, and 152 mm guns.
- Select the best possible 76 mm AP shell, and equip 76 mm model 1933 AA guns with it.
- Develop armour piercing shells for the 122 mm model 1938 howitzer, 152 mm model 1937 gun-howitzer, and 152 mm model 1938 howitzer.
- Develop armour piercing shells for 37 mm, 45 mm, and 85 mm AA guns."