Akan m/75 (30 mm)
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The Akan m/75 is one of the most powerful cannons used as the primary weapon on a dedicated fighter aircraft. This gas-operated, single barrel, revolver cannon was designed off the Swiss Oerliken KCA and mounted in a conformal gun pod on the JA37C. It fires a 30x173 mm shell that is 50% heavier than the NATO standard 30 mm shell found in other designs. On the JA37, the pod carries the cannon along with 120 rounds of ammunition.
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|Sweden aircraft cannons
|Akan m/41A · Akan m/45 · Akan m/47B · Akan m/47C · Akan m/49 · Oerlikon FF
|Akan m/55 · Akan m/75
|MG FF (Germany) · MG 151 (Germany)
|2A42 (USSR) · M230E-1 (USA) · MK 108 (Germany)