Cannone da 75/46 file photo [19218]

Cannone da 75/46 Anti-Aircraft Gun

Country of OriginItaly
TypeAnti-Aircraft Gun
Caliber75.000 mm
Weight3450.000 kg
Ammunition Weight6.50 kg
Ceiling9,300 m
Muzzle Velocity750 m/s

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe Cannone da 75/46 C.A. modello 34 anti-aircraft guns entered Italian service in 1934. After the 1943 Italian armistice, several of them were pressed into German service; these examples were designated 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i).

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German paratroopers manning a 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i) anti-aircraft gun, San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 6German paratroopers manning a 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i) anti-aircraft gun, San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943, photo 2 of 6German paratroopers manning a 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i) anti-aircraft gun, San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943, photo 3 of 6German paratroopers manning a 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i) anti-aircraft gun, San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943, photo 4 of 6
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German paratroopers manning a 7.5 cm Flak 264/3(i) anti-aircraft gun, San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 6
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