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Ordnance QF 3.7-Inch AA

Anti-Aircraft Artillery

OVERVIEW
HISTORY
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATORS
ARMAMENT
VARIANTS
Overview



The Ordnance QF 3.7-inch gun system served as the principle anti-aircraft gun of British and Commonwealth forces during World War 2.




Specifications

YEAR: 1937
MANUFACTURER(S): Vickers - UK
PRODUCTION: 10,000
CREW: 7
LENGTH: 16.27 ft (4.96 m)
WEIGHT: 10 Tons (9,320 kg; 20,547 lb)
POWER: None. This is a towed artillery piece.
RANGE: 6 miles (9 km)
OPERATORS: Australia; Belgium; Canada; India; Cyprus; Ireland; Israel; Malta; Nepal; New Zealand; Sealand; South Africa; United Kingdom; Yugoslavia
Armament



1 x 94mm (3.7") main gun

Ammunition:
Dependent upon ammunition stocks.
Variants / Models



Series Model Variants
• QF 3.7" AA - Base Series Designation
• Mk I
• Mk II
• Mk III
• Mk IV
• Mk V
• Mk VI






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