Sat, 2018-Aug-04 00:19 UTC
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The random article for Saturday, 4 August 2018 is 37mm gun.
37mm gun or 3.7 cm gun can refer to several weapons or weapons systems. The "37mm" refers to the inside diameter of the barrel of the gun, and therefore the diameter of the projectile it fires. However, the overall size and power of the gun itself can vary greatly between different weapons, in spite of them all being called "37mm" guns.
The 37mm version of the Maxim gun used by both sides during World War I
QF 1 pounder pom-pom, the British version
37-mm air-defense gun M1939 (61-K), a Soviet anti-aircraft gun
37mm Gun M3, an American World War II anti-tank gun
3.7 cm FlaK 43, a German gun
3.7 cm PaK 36, a German World War II gun
Bofors 37 mm, a Swedish designed anti-tank gun
Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP, a French World War I gun; In US World War I service known as the 37mm M1916
Milkor Stopper 37/38 mm riot gun, a riot gun
Puteaux SA 18, a French semi-automatic gun mounted on armored vehicles and in bunkers used during and after World War I
Skoda 37 mm A7, a Czech World War II gun
Skoda 37 mm Model 1934, a World War II gun
Skoda 37 mm Model 1937, a World War II gun
Type 11 37 mm Infantry Gun, a World War II Japanese infantry support gun
Type 1 37 mm Anti-Tank Gun, a World War II Japanese anti-tank gun
37-mm trench gun M1915, a World War I Russian gun
Nudelman N-37, a Soviet auto-cannon
37 mm flare, civilian variant of the 40 mm grenade system
3,7cm ÚV vz. 38
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