2cm Gebirgsflak 38

The 2cm Gebirgsflak 38 (2cm GebF 38) was a German mountain gun, derived from the Flak 38, used during World War II. The anti-aircraft gun was first manufactured in 1941, and in use by 1942. The GebF 38 was used against both air and ground targets. the crew was protected by an armoured shield.

Statistics

  • Calibre: 20mm
  • Elevation: -28° to 90°
  • Muzzle Velocity: 900m/s
  • Range: 2200m
  • Rate of Fire: 220-480rpm
  • Traverse: 360°
  • Weight: 276kg
  • Weight of Shell: 0.119kg

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