Flugabwehrkanone 38/103 (Flak 38/103) Flak 30 and improved Flak 38 were 20mm anti-aircraft guns widely used by Germans during Second World War. The 3 cm Flak 38/103 Jaboshreck was Germany's answer to Allied air supremacy. The 2 cm Flak 38 was no longer of much use unless multiplied by four in a quad mount, and so Germany turned to Rheinmetall in 1944 to produce the 3 cm Flak 38/103 based on existing aircraft cannon. It only went into production in small numbers before the end of war, but it was planned to use it in the Pz.IV Kugelblitz, which never materialized.
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- 3cm AA Gun FLAK 38-103, Wehrmacht, Winter 1944-1945.
- 3cm AA Gun FLAK 38-103, Wehrmacht spring 1945.
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