|Caption||The tail gunner and his view out of a G4M1 bomber, 1941 ww2dbase|
|Added By||C. Peter Chen|
|Added Date||30 Oct 2011|
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4 Oct 2011 07:34:12 PM
Weapon is a 20mm Type 99 Model 1 cannon on a flexable mount, the weapon was fed by a 60 round drum magazine, located under weapon, as
seen in photograph. Later models had a 100 round magazine.
Improved models, were fed by a belt. It was the standard aircraft cannon of the Imperial Navy.