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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
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''Write an introduction to the article in 2-3 small paragraphs. Briefly tell us about the history of the development and combat using the weaponry and also about its features. Compile a list of air, ground, or naval vehicles that feature this weapon system in the game.''
''Note: Gunpods containing {{PAGENAME}} have reduced accuracy compared to those mounted conventionally''
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* Note: Gunpods containing MG 151/20 cannons have reduced accuracy compared to those mounted conventionally
  
 
=== Vehicles equipped with this weapon ===
 
=== Vehicles equipped with this weapon ===
 
<!-- ''List out vehicles that are equipped with the weapon.'' -->
 
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{{Navigation-Start|Vehicles equipped with this weapon}}
 
{{Navigation-Start|Vehicles equipped with this weapon}}
{{Navigation-First-Line|Fighters}}Bf 109 F: {{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4_trop}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4_usa}}
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{{Navigation-Line|}}Bf 109 G: {{Specs-Link|bf-109g-2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-2_romania}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-6}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-10}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-14}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-14as}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Fighters'''}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Bf 109 K: {{Specs-Link|bf-109k-4}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Bf 109 F}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4_trop|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109f-4_usa|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}C.205: {{Specs-Link|mc-205_n2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|mc-205_serie3}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Bf 109 G}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-2_romania|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-2_hungary|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-6|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-10|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-14|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109g-14as|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Fw 190 A: {{Specs-Link|fw-190a-4}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_cannons}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_japan}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_u2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8_usa}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8_france}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Bf 109 K}}{{Specs-Link|bf-109k-4|short}}&nbsp;(Suspended)
{{Navigation-Line|}}Fw 190 C: {{Specs-Link|fw-190c}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Fw 190 A}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-4|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_cannons|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_japan|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-5_u2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8_france|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190a-8_usa|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Fw 190 D: {{Specs-Link|fw-190d-9}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-9_ussr}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-12}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-13}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Fw 190 C-F}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190c|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-9|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-9_ussr|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-12|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190d-13|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|fw-190f-8|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Fw 190 F: {{Specs-Link|fw-190f-8}}
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{{Navigation-Line|G.55}}{{Specs-Link|g_55_serie1|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_55_serie1_ss0|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_55s|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_56|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}G.55: {{Specs-Link|g_55_serie1}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_55_serie1_ss0}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_55s}}
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{{Navigation-Line|IAR-81}}{{Specs-Link|iar_81c|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Ta 152: {{Specs-Link|ta-152c}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ta-152h-1}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Ki-61}}{{Specs-Link|ki_61_1a_hei|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Other: {{Specs-Link|mc-202_ec}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|g_56}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|iar_81c}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ki_61_1a_hei}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|re_2001_cn}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|so_8000_narval}}
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{{Navigation-Line|C.202/5}}{{Specs-Link|mc-202_ec|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|mc-205_n2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|mc-205_serie3|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Twin-engine fighters}}Bf 110: {{Specs-Link|bf-110f-2}} (Suspended){{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-110g-2}} (Suspended)
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{{Navigation-Line|Re.2001/5}}{{Specs-Link|re_2001_cn|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|re_2005_serie0|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Do 217: {{Specs-Link|do_217n_1}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217n_2}}
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{{Navigation-Line|S.O.8000}}{{Specs-Link|so_8000_narval|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Do 335: {{Specs-Link|do_335a_0}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_335b_2}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Ta 152}}{{Specs-Link|ta-152c|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ta-152h-1|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Me 410 A: {{Specs-Link|me-410a-1}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410a-1_u2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410a-1_u4}}
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{{Navigation-Line|}}Me 410 B: {{Specs-Link|me-410b-1}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-1_u2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-2_u4}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-6_r3}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Twin-engine fighters'''}}
{{Navigation-Line|}}Others: {{Specs-Link|do_17z_7}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ta_154a_1}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|he_219a_7}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Bf 110}}{{Specs-Link|bf-110f-2|short}}&nbsp;(Suspended){{-}}{{Specs-Link|bf-110g-2|short}}&nbsp;(Suspended)
{{Navigation-Line|Jet fighters}}{{Specs-Link|he-162a-2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-163b-0}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Do 17}}{{Specs-Link|do_17z_7|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Attackers}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2_romania}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2_romania_italy|Hs 129 B-2 (Romania) (Italy)}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|sm_91}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|sm_92}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Do 217}}{{Specs-Link|do_217n_1|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217n_2|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Bombers}}{{Specs-Link|bv-238}} (Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217e_2}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217e_4}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|he-177a-5}} (Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|ju-87d-5}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ju-288c}} (Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|mb_175t}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Do 335}}{{Specs-Link|do_335a_0|short}}&nbsp;(Suspended){{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_335b_2|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Jet bombers}}{{Specs-Link|arado-234c-3}}
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{{Navigation-Line|He 219}}{{Specs-Link|he_219a_7|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Tanks}}{{Specs-Link|fr_lorraine_155}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Me 410}}{{Specs-Link|me-410a-1|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410a-1_u2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410a-1_u4|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-1|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-1_u2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-2_u4|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-410b-6_r3|short}}
{{Navigation-Line|Ships}}{{Specs-Link|germ_ls4_class}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Ju 388}}{{Specs-Link|ju-388j|short}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Ta 154}}{{Specs-Link|ta_154a_1|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Jet fighters'''}}{{Specs-Link|he-162a-2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-163b-0|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me-262a1_u1|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Attackers'''}}
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{{Navigation-Line|Hs 129}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2_romania|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|hs-129b-2_romania_italy|short}}
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{{Navigation-Line|S.M.91/2}}{{Specs-Link|sm_91|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|sm_92|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Bombers'''}}{{Specs-Link|bv-238|short}}&nbsp;(Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217e_2|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|do_217e_4|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|he-177a-5|short}}&nbsp;(Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|ju-87d-5|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|ju-288c|short}}&nbsp;(Defensive){{-}}{{Specs-Link|mb_175t|short}}{{-}}{{Specs-Link|me_264|short}}&nbsp;(Defensive)
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Jet bombers'''}}{{Specs-Link|arado-234c-3|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Heavy tanks'''}}{{Specs-Link|fr_amx_50_surblinde|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Tank destroyers'''}}{{Specs-Link|fr_lorraine_155|short}}
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{{Navigation-First-Line|'''Motor torpedo boats'''}}{{Specs-Link|germ_ls4_class|short}}
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{{Navigation-End}}
 
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''Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the cannon or machine gun.''
 
''Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the cannon or machine gun.''
  
=== Available shells ===
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=== Available ammunition ===
''Describe the shells that are available for the cannon and their features and purpose. If it concerns autocannons or machine guns, write about different ammo belts and what is inside (which types of shells).''
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* Default: IT/IT/APHE/HEI
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* Universal: IT/HEI/HEI/AP-I
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* Air Targets: AP-I/HEI/HEI/HEI/HEI/IT
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* Armored Targets: APHE/APHE/APHE/IT
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* Tracers: FI-T/FI-T/FI-T/IT/IT
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* Stealth: HEI/HEI/HEI/APHE/AP-I
  
 
=== Comparison with analogues ===
 
=== Comparison with analogues ===
''Give a comparative description of cannons/machine guns, that have firepower equal to these type of weapons.''
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* [[Hispano Mk.II (20 mm)]]
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* [[AN/M2 (20 mm)]]
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* [[ShVAK (20 mm)]]
  
 
== Usage in battles ==
 
== Usage in battles ==
<!-- ''Describe the cannon/machine gun in the game - its distinctive features, tactics of usage against the main opponents. Please don't write a "guide" - do not impose a single point of view, but give the reader food for thought.'' -->
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<!-- ''Describe the cannon/machine gun in the game - its distinctive features, tactics of usage against notable opponents. Please don't write a "guide" - do not impose a single point of view, but give the reader food for thought.'' -->
 
This weapon is very dangerous to air targets due to the ''minengeschoß'' shell, which makes the MG 151/20 arguably the best 20 mm cannon against air targets. Unless other ammunition is needed for a specific reason, always choose the ammo belt with most ''minengeschoß'' available.
 
This weapon is very dangerous to air targets due to the ''minengeschoß'' shell, which makes the MG 151/20 arguably the best 20 mm cannon against air targets. Unless other ammunition is needed for a specific reason, always choose the ammo belt with most ''minengeschoß'' available.
  
 
=== Pros and cons ===
 
=== Pros and cons ===
<!-- ''Summarize and briefly evaluate the weaponry in terms of its characteristics and combat effectiveness. Mark pros and cons as a list.'' -->
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<!-- ''Summarise and briefly evaluate the weaponry in terms of its characteristics and combat effectiveness. Mark pros and cons as a list.'' -->
  
 
'''Pros:'''
 
'''Pros:'''
 
* ''Minengeschoß'' shell (an improved HEI shell) provides a lot of hitting power against aircraft
 
* ''Minengeschoß'' shell (an improved HEI shell) provides a lot of hitting power against aircraft
* Larger ammo count than the other German 20 mm cannon
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* Larger ammo count than the other German 20 mm cannons
* Higher muzzle velocity than the other German 20 mm cannon
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* Higher muzzle velocity than the other German 20 mm cannons
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* Faster firing and less prone to jamming than the Allied Hispano variants
  
 
'''Cons:'''
 
'''Cons:'''
* Still lower muzzle velocity compare to most machine gun
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* Still lower muzzle velocity compared to most machine guns
* Ineffective against armoured ground targets
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* Ineffective against armoured ground targets, even with APHE shells
 
* Tracer and HEI (''minengeschoß'') have slightly different trajectories which reiterate knowing your ammunition
 
* Tracer and HEI (''minengeschoß'') have slightly different trajectories which reiterate knowing your ammunition
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
''Examine the history of the creation and combat usage of this weapon. If the historical reference turns out to be too big, take it to a separate article, taking a link to an article about the vehicle and adding a block "/ History" (example: <nowiki>https://wiki.warthunder.com/(weapon-name)/History</nowiki>) and add a link to it here using the <code>main</code> template. Be sure to reference text and sources by using <code><nowiki><ref></nowiki></code>, as well as adding them at the end of the article.''
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Converted from the 15 mm-firing [[MG 151/15 (15 mm)|MG 151/15 cannon]] to a 20 mm after combat evaluation proved a larger high-explosive shell to be more effective than a high-velocity shell.
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A large shipment of 800 guns was lend-leased to Japan using the Italian submarine ''Comandante Cappellini'', arming 388 Japanese [[Ki-61-I hei]] fighter planes.
  
 
== Media ==
 
== Media ==
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
''Links to the articles on the War Thunder Wiki that you think will be useful for the reader, for example:''
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* ''reference to the article about the variant of the cannon/machine gun;''
 
* ''reference to the article about the variant of the cannon/machine gun;''
* ''references to approximate analogues by other nations and research trees.''
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* ''references to approximate analogues by other nations and research trees.'' -->
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* [[MG 151/15 (15 mm)]] - Gun from which the MG 151/20 cannon was adapted
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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* ''other literature.''
 
* ''other literature.''
  
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{{USA aircraft cannons}}
 
{{Germany aircraft cannons}}
 
{{Germany aircraft cannons}}
{{Italy aircraft cannons}}
 
 
{{USSR aircraft cannons}}
 
{{USSR aircraft cannons}}
{{USA aircraft cannons}}
 
 
{{Japan aircraft cannons}}
 
{{Japan aircraft cannons}}
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{{Italy aircraft cannons}}
 
{{France aircraft cannons}}
 
{{France aircraft cannons}}
 
{{France tank cannons}}
 
{{France tank cannons}}

Latest revision as of 23:25, 5 November 2019

Description

Write an introduction to the article in 2-3 small paragraphs. Briefly tell us about the history of the development and combat using the weaponry and also about its features. Compile a list of air, ground, or naval vehicles that feature this weapon system in the game.

  • Note: Gunpods containing MG 151/20 cannons have reduced accuracy compared to those mounted conventionally

Vehicles equipped with this weapon

Vehicles equipped with this weapon
Fighters 
Bf 109 F  Bf 109 F-4 · Bf 109 F-4/trop · ▃Bf 109 F-4
Bf 109 G  Bf 109 G-2/trop · Bf 109 G-2 · ▄Bf 109 G-2 · Bf 109 G-6 · Bf 109 G-10 · Bf 109 G-14 · ▄Bf 109 G-14/AS
Bf 109 K  Bf 109 K-4 (Suspended)
Fw 190 A  Fw 190 A-4 · Fw 190 A-5 · Fw 190 A-5 · ▅Fw 190 A-5 · Fw 190 A-5/U2 · Fw 190 A-8 · NC.900 · ▃Fw 190 A-8
Fw 190 C-F  Fw 190 C · Fw 190 D-9 · ▂Fw 190 D-9 · Fw 190 D-12 · Fw 190 D-13 · Fw 190 F-8
G.55  G.55 serie 1 · G.55 sottoserie 0 · G.55S · G.56
IAR-81  IAR-81C
Ki-61  Ki-61-I hei
C.202/5  C.202EC · C.205N2 · C.205 serie 3
Re.2001/5  Re.2001 CN · Re.2005 serie 0
S.O.8000  S.O.8000 Narval
Ta 152  Ta 152 C-3 · Ta 152 H-1
Twin-engine fighters 
Bf 110  Bf 110 F-2 (Suspended) · Bf 110 G-2 (Suspended)
Do 17  Do 17 Z-7
Do 217  Do 217 N-1 · Do 217 N-2
Do 335  Do 335 A-0 (Suspended) · Do 335 B-2
He 219  He 219 A-7
Me 410  Me 410 A-1 · Me 410 A-1/U2 · Me 410 A-1/U4 · Me 410 B-1 · Me 410 B-1/U2 · Me 410 B-2/U4 · Me 410 B-6/R3
Ju 388  Ju 388 J
Ta 154  Ta 154 A-1
Jet fighters  He 162 A-2 · Me 163 B-0 · Me 262 A-1a/U1
Attackers 
Hs 129  Hs 129 B-2 · Hs 129 B-2 (Romania) · Hs 129 B-2 (Romania)
S.M.91/2  SM.91 · SM.92
Bombers  BV 238 (Defensive) · Do 217 E-2 · Do 217 E-4 · He 177 A-5 (Defensive) · Ju 87 D-5 · Ju 288 C (Defensive) · M.B.175T · Me 264 (Defensive)
Jet bombers  Ar 234 C-3
Heavy tanks  AMX-50 Surblindé
Tank destroyers  Lorraine 155 Mle.50
Motor torpedo boats  LS 4 Esau

General info

Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the cannon or machine gun.

Available ammunition

  • Default: IT/IT/APHE/HEI
  • Universal: IT/HEI/HEI/AP-I
  • Air Targets: AP-I/HEI/HEI/HEI/HEI/IT
  • Armored Targets: APHE/APHE/APHE/IT
  • Tracers: FI-T/FI-T/FI-T/IT/IT
  • Stealth: HEI/HEI/HEI/APHE/AP-I

Comparison with analogues

Usage in battles

This weapon is very dangerous to air targets due to the minengeschoß shell, which makes the MG 151/20 arguably the best 20 mm cannon against air targets. Unless other ammunition is needed for a specific reason, always choose the ammo belt with most minengeschoß available.

Pros and cons

Pros:

  • Minengeschoß shell (an improved HEI shell) provides a lot of hitting power against aircraft
  • Larger ammo count than the other German 20 mm cannons
  • Higher muzzle velocity than the other German 20 mm cannons
  • Faster firing and less prone to jamming than the Allied Hispano variants

Cons:

  • Still lower muzzle velocity compared to most machine guns
  • Ineffective against armoured ground targets, even with APHE shells
  • Tracer and HEI (minengeschoß) have slightly different trajectories which reiterate knowing your ammunition

History

Converted from the 15 mm-firing MG 151/15 cannon to a 20 mm after combat evaluation proved a larger high-explosive shell to be more effective than a high-velocity shell.

A large shipment of 800 guns was lend-leased to Japan using the Italian submarine Comandante Cappellini, arming 388 Japanese Ki-61-I hei fighter planes.

Media

An excellent addition to the article would be a video guide, as well as screenshots from the game and photos.

See also

External links

Paste links to sources and external resources, such as:

  • topic on the official game forum;
  • encyclopedia page on the weapon;
  • other literature.


USA aircraft cannons
20 mm  AN/M2 · AN/M3 · FMC T-160 · Browning-Colt Mk12 Mod 3 · M24A1 · M39A1 · M195 · M197 · T31
30 mm  XM140
37 mm  M4 · M10
40 mm  M129
75 mm  T13E1 · M10
  Foreign:
20 mm  MG 151/20 (Germany) · Hispano Mk.II (Britain) · Type 99 Model 1 (Japan) · Hispano 404 (France)

Germany aircraft cannons
15 mm  MG 151/15
20 mm  MG FF · MG FF/M · MG C/30L · MG 151/20
30 mm  Maschinenkanone 103 · Maschinenkanone 108
37 mm  Bordkanone 3,7
50 mm  Bordkanone 5 · Maschinenkanone 214A
75 mm  Bordkanone 7,5
  Foreign:
20 mm  ShVAK (USSR) · Hispano Mk.V (Britain)
23 mm  VYa-23 (USSR) · NR-23 (USSR)
30 mm  GSh-30-2K (USSR) · NR-30 (USSR)
37 mm  N-37D (USSR)

USSR aircraft cannons
20 mm  ShVAK · B-20E · B-20M · B-20S
23 mm  VYa-23 · NS-23 · NS-23K · NR-23 · PTB-23 · GSh-23L · GSh-23-2
30 mm  NR-30 · GSh-30-2K
37 mm  NS-37 · N-37 · N-37D
45 mm  NS-45
  Foreign:
20 mm  MG 151/20 (Germany)
37 mm  M4 (USA) · M10 (USA)

Japan aircraft cannons
  Army:
20 mm  Ho-1 · Ho-3 · Ho-5
30 mm  Ho-155
37 mm  Type 94 · Ho-203 · Ho-204
40 mm  Ho-301
57 mm  Ho-401
75 mm  Type 88
  Navy:
20 mm  Type 99 Model 1 · Type 99 Model 2
30 mm  Type 5
  Foreign:
20 mm  MG FF (Germany) · MG FF/M (Germany) · MG 151/20 (Germany)

Italy aircraft cannons
20 mm  MG 151/20 (Germany) · Hispano Mk.II (Britain)
30 mm  Maschinenkanone 103 (Germany) · DEFA 552 (France)
37 mm  Bordkanone 3,7 (Germany)
102 mm  Cannon 102/35 mod 14

France aircraft cannons
20 mm  GLAT M.621 · Hispano 404 · Hispano HS.9 · M50
30 mm  DEFA 541 · DEFA 551 · DEFA 552
  Foreign:
20 mm  AN/M2 (USA) · AN/M3 (USA) · M24A1 (USA) · MG 151/20 (Germany) · ShVAK (USSR)
37 mm  M10 (USA) · NS-37 (USSR)

France tank cannons
20 mm  M693
25 mm  SA34 L/72
37 mm  SA18 L/21 · SA38 L/33
47 mm  SA34 L/30 · SA35 L/32
75 mm  APX · SA35 L/17 · SA44 · SA49 · SA50
90 mm  SA45 · CN90 F3
100 mm  SA47 L/58 ·
105 mm  CN-105-F1 · Modele F2
120 mm  SA46 · GIAT CN120-25 G1
155 mm  L'Obusier de 155 Modèle 1950 howitzer
  Foreign:
15 mm  MG 151/15 (Germany)
20 mm  MG 151/20 (Germany)
75 mm  M3 (USA)
76 mm  M7 (USA)

Germany naval cannons
15 mm  MG 151
20 mm  MG 151/20 · MG C/30 · MG C/38 · C/38 · Flakzwilling 38 · Flakvierling 38
30 mm  MK103/38 · AK-230
37 mm  S.K.C/30 · FlaK-Lafette C/36 · FlaK-Lafette LM/42
40 mm  Bofors Flak 28 · MEL58
76 mm  76 mm/62 OTO-Melara
88 mm  Flak.36 · 88mm/76 SK C/32 · S.K.C/35
105 mm  SK C/32
120 mm  L45
127 mm  12.7 cm SKC/34
150 mm  15 cm/48 KC/36 · 15 cm/60 SK C/25
203 mm  20,3 cm/60 SK C/34 (203 mm)