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12.7cm Twin Gun Mount
|Coastal Defense Ship||Destroyer|
|Light Cruiser||Torpedo Cruiser|
|Heavy Cruiser||Training Cruiser|
|Aviation Cruiser||Fast Battleship|
|Light Carrier||Standard Aircraft Carrier|
|Armored Carrier||Seaplane Tender|
|Submarine||Aircraft Carrying Submarine|
|Repair Ship||Amphibious Assault Ship|
The main gun of fleet destroyers.
It has an enclosed, shielded turret that protects it against shrapnel and stormy weather. It also has powered turrets. It served as the main gun of modern small ships and many frontline destroyers.
It isn't good at anti-air because of it's low maximum elevation.
How To Obtain
Stock equipment of Akatsuki, Akebono, Akigumo, Akishimo, Amagiri, Amatsukaze, Arare, Arashio, Arashi, Ariake, Asagumo, Asashimo, Asashio, Ayanami, Chitose Kai, Chiyoda Kai, Fujinami, Hagikaze, Hamakaze, Hamanami, Harusame, Hatsuharu, Hatsukaze, Hatsushimo, Hayanami, Hayashimo, Hibiki, Ikazuchi, Inazuma, Isokaze, Kagerou, Kasumi, Kawakaze, Kazagumo, Kishinami, Kiyoshimo, Kuroshio, Maikaze, Makigumo, Makinami, Michishio, Minegumo, Murasame Kai, Murasame, Naganami, Nenohi, Nowaki, Oboro, Okinami, Ooshio, Oyashio, Sagiri, Samidare, Sazanami, Shigure, Shikinami, Shimakaze, Shiranui, Shiratsuyu, Suzukaze, Suzunami, Takanami, Tanikaze, Tokitsukaze, Umikaze, Urakaze, Ushio, Wakaba, Yamagumo, Yamakaze, Yukikaze, Yuudachi Kai, Yuudachi, Yuugumo, Hayashio
Used to improve 12.7cm Twin Gun Mount, 12.7cm Twin Gun Mount Model B Kai 2, 12.7cm Single Gun Mount, 120mm/50 Twin Gun Mount, 12.7cm Single High-angle Gun Mount (Late Model), 12.7cm Twin Gun Mount Model C Kai 2, QF 4.7inch Gun Mk.XII Kai, 130mm B-13 Twin Gun Mount, 12.7cm Twin Gun Mount Model A
Used by quests: F96
Akashi's Improvement Arsenal
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The main gun for most post-Mutsuki class Japanese destroyers save for the Akizuki, Matsu and Tachibana classes. Had four major variants denoted A, B, C, D respectively (A being the oldest), the main differences between the variants being the weight and the gun's elevation angle. Type A was limited to 40deg. elevation and was quite useless when it came to the AA role. The maximum elevation angle was raised to 75deg. for the B- and D-types while the C-type was capable of 55deg. Unfortunately, the firing rate at high elevation angles was very low since the loading sequence required hand ramming, which made Japanese destroyers vulnerable to aerial attacks.