Imperial Japan; Imperial Russia; Kingdom of Italy; Netherlands; Thailand; United Kingdom
(OPERATORS list includes past, present, and future operators when applicable)
✓Anti-Aircraft / Airspace Denial
Base model or variant can be used to search, track, and neutralize airborne elements at range.
✓Fire Support / Assault / Breaching
Support allied forces through direct / in-direct fire, assault forward positions, and / or breach fortified areas of the battlefield.
8.5 ft 2.6 m
882 lb 400 kg
(Showcased structural values pertain to the base Ordnance QF 2-Pounder (Pom-Pom) production variant. Length typically includes main gun in forward position if applicable to the design)
2.5 mi (4.0 km)
(Showcased performance specifications pertain to the base Ordnance QF 2-Pounder (Pom-Pom) production variant. Compare this entry against any other in our database)
1, 2 or 4 x 40mm barrels.
(Not all weapon types may be represented in the showcase above)
14-round steel-link belts.
QF 2-Pounder (Pom-Pom) - Base Series Designation
QF 2-Pounder Mk.II
QF 2-Pounder Mk.VIII
Ribbon graphics not necessarily indicative of actual historical campaign ribbons. Ribbons are clickable to their respective campaigns / operations.
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