JSW (105 mm)
The105 mm is a Japanese tank cannon.
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
The JSW 105 mm is the license production of the British 105 mm L7 gun equipping the Type 74 tanks, it shares many characteristics such as the access to the HESH ammunition (High-explosive squash head).
It comes with an indigenous breech and recoil system. Which would be further improved and changed on the Type 16 with a 2-stage recoil system to further reduce recoil and keep the Type 16 MCV level.
|Ammunition|| Type of
|Penetration @ 0° Angle of Attack (mm)|
|10 m||100 m||500 m||1,000 m||1,500 m||2,000 m|
|Ammunition|| Type of
| Fuse delay
| Fuse sensitivity
| Explosive mass
(TNT equivalent) (kg)
|Smoke shell characteristics|
| Screen radius
| Screen deploy
| Screen hold
| Explosive mass|
(TNT equivalent) (g)
Comparison with analogues
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Usage in battles
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Pros and cons
- Low recoil
- Not auto-loaded
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|Japan tank cannons|
|37 mm||Type 94 · Type 100 · Type 1|
|47 mm||Type 1|
|57 mm||Type 90 · Type 97|
|70 mm||Type 94|
|75 mm||Type 90 · Type 99 · Type 3 · Type 5 (Type I Model II · Type II Model I · Type II Model II)|
|90 mm||Type 61|
|105 mm||Experimental Type 5 High Velocity · Type 5 · JSW L/52|
|106 mm||Type 60 (B)|
|120 mm||Taishō Type 10 · Navy short gun · Type 90 L/44 · TKG|
|150 mm||Type 38|
|155 mm||NSJ L/30|
|25 mm||Oerlikon KBA B02 (Switzerland)|
|35 mm||Oerlikon KDE (Switzerland)|
|75 mm||M6 (USA)|
|76 mm||M1 (USA) · M32 (USA)|
|88 mm||KwK36 (Germany)|
|90 mm||M3A1 (USA) · M36 (USA)|
|105 mm||L7A3 (Germany)|
|120 mm||Schneider-Canet 1898 (France)|