Type 91 40 mm Anti-Aircraft Gun

Country of OriginJapan
TypeAnti-Aircraft Gun
Weight890.000 kg
Ammunition Weight0.80 kg
Ceiling3,950 m
Muzzle Velocity610 m/s


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Australian troops inspecting a captured Japanese Type 91 40mm anti-aircraft gun on Kolombangara, Solomon Islands, 1943.Japanese Type 91 40mm anti-aircraft gun at Munda Point, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Aug 1943




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Australian troops inspecting a captured Japanese Type 91 40mm anti-aircraft gun on Kolombangara, Solomon Islands, 1943.
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