Model: French 25mm Anti-tank gun S.A.L. Mle 1937
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French 25mm Anti-tank gun S.A.l. Mle 1937. In 1926 Hotchkiss proposed a 25 mm in-house design that was eventually accepted for service in 1934, under the designation canon de 25 mm semi-automatique modèle 1934. A lighter version of this gun with some modifications was accepted for service in 1937 as S.A-L mle1937. At the outbreak of World War II, it was the main anti-tank weapon of the French infantry. Also used in 1939 by the British Expeditionary Force. Examples captured by the German forces were operationally used under the designation 2.5 cm Pak 113(f).
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