Japanese 75mm Mountain Gun Type 94 (1934)
The Japanese Army 75mm Mountain Gun Type 94 (1934) was designed as a replacement for the 75mm Mountain Gun Type 41 (1908). This weapon could be rapidly disassembled into eleven sections, and transported in six pack loads, the heaviest being 210 pounds. The gun was mounted on wooden wheels with split trail ending on spade ends. This mountain gun was a direct fire weapon, a disadvantage for mountainous terrain.
Caliber 75mm (4.2.95 inches)
Muzzle Velocity 1,265' per second with normal charge
Shell 45 lbs
Rate of Fire ?
Tube Length 5' 1.5"
Horizontal Range 9,000 yards
Total Weight 1,180 pounds
Ammunition HE, AP, APHE (range 300 yards, penetration 2.8"), hollow charge
Sight Type 95C