British 6-pounder Antitank Gun (revised edition)

This pamphlet was issued for instruction of infantry in the handling and tactical use of the 6-pounder, the first upgrading in British infantry antitank weapons since the beginning of World War II. It deals with all aspects of the gun itself, together with details of all the various components, gun drill, aiming and battle drills. It is a rare find, and is of importance to all those interested in antitank artillery. This will soon be complemented by the handbook on the british 17-pounder antitank gun (2006 publication).

Includes five oversized foldouts - 4 photographs of the gun including the small arms fire shield, and one lubrication diagram.)

  • 978-1-84791-200-8
  • British Army (Official)
  • British War Office
  • 2006
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