76 mm divisional gun M1902/30 (Russian: 76-ìì äèâèçèîííàÿ ïóøêà îáð. 1902/30 ãã.) was a Soviet modernized version of the Russian World War I 76 mm divisional gun M1902, employed in the early stages of the German-Soviet War.
By 1 June 1941 the RKKA possessed 2,066 M1902 and 2,411 M1902/30 guns. In the beginning of the German-Soviet War these guns were gradually replaced by more advanced F-22, F-22, USV and ZiS-3 76 mm divisional guns. Guns withdrawn from front-line service were transferred to the artillery regiments of riflemen divisions in rear military districts of the Soviet Union until they were finally replaced by ZiS-3.