Type 5 Prototype (Type I) Model II (75 mm)
|This page is about the Japanese Lightweight Type I Model II (75 mm) cannon. For variants, see Type 5 (75 mm) (Family).|
The Lightweight Type 1 Model II is a 75 mm cannon built by the Imperial Japanese Army as a prototype for the Na-To and the Chi-To. This cannon was developed to be placed on the Na-To, as the previous Ho-Ni III was becoming insufficient against the advanced Allied tanks.
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
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|Ammunition|| Type of
|Penetration @ 0° Angle of Attack (mm)|
|10 m||100 m||500 m||1,000 m||1,500 m||2,000 m|
|Type 1 APHE||APHE||140||137||125||111||99||88|
|Type 4 APCR||APCR||177||175||151||127||108||91|
|Type 90 HE||HE||8||8||8||8||8||8|
|Ammunition|| Type of
| Fuse delay
| Fuse sensitivity
| Explosive Mass
(TNT equivalent) (g)
|Type 1 APHE||APHE||830||6.56||1.3||15||84.8||47°||60°||65°|
|Type 4 APCR||APCR||930||4.15||N/A||N/A||N/A||66°||70°||72°|
|Type 90 HE||HE||830||6.17||0||0.1||490||79°||80°||81°|
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- Good post penetration damage
- Great penetration
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|Japan tank cannons|
|37 mm||Type 1 · Type 94 · Type 100|
|47 mm||Type 1|
|57 mm||Type 90 · Type 97|
|70 mm||Type 94|
|75 mm||Lightweight Type I Model II · Type II Model I · Type II Model II · Type 3 · Type 90 · Type 99|
|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)|