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FlaK. 38
(FlugabwehrKanone: Air Defense Cannon)
Type Light Anti-Aircraft Artillery
Armament 20 mm Anti-Aircraft Gun
Gun Elevation  ?
Turret Traverse  ?
Crew 2 (Commander, Gunner)
Weight 420kg
Tow Class Light
Main Gun Optics
Designation  ?
Magnification  ?
Field of View  ?

The Flak 38 (German: Flugabwehrkanone 38) was a German anti-aircraft gun designed in the late 1930s by Rheinmetall. It was an improved version of the FlaK 30, with a vast increase in its rate of fire from 120 RPM to 220 RPM. The weight was also lowered to 420 kg. The Flak 38 was adopted as the standard AA gun for the Heer in 1939.

Game Play

  • See more in the AA guide - AirQuake! The AA gunner's guide to an empty sky