The 3.7 cm SK C30 was the German Kriegsmarine's primary 37 mm (1.5 inch) anti-aircraft gun during the Second World War. It was superseded by the fully automatic 3.7 cm FlaK 43 late in the war. The C30 was a single-shot anti-aircraft gun that was loaded one round at a time which dropped its effective rate of fire to a mere 30 rounds per minute, far inferior to the 120 rounds per minute of its contemporary, the Bofors 40 mm anti-aircraft gun. Its muzzle velocity was on the other hand far superior (about 25% higher), which greatly eased the aiming. The SK C30U gun was modified for use by submarines. All mountings were suitable for use against both air and soft surface targets.
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