PaK 43

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The PaK 43 (Panzerabwehrkanone 43) was a German 88 mm anti-tank gun developed from the famous 88 mm anti-aircraft gun and used during the Second World War. The main version of the PaK 43 used a highly efficient cruciform mount. However the manufacture of this version was slow initially, and to speed up production some guns were mounted on a two-wheel split-trail carriage from a conventional howitzer, resulting in a version known as PaK 43/41.

PaK 43[edit]

PaK 43/41[edit]