The FlaK 18 ended production in 1936 and the improved FlaK 36 took it's place.
It was mounted on a two wheeled carriage.
There was an eight man crew that serviced the weapon.
The FlaK 36 used the Flakvisier 35 or 36 to sight the gun. When Zeiss developed a newer sight, the Flakvisier 37, the gun became the FlaK 37.
These guns were deployed in 9 or 12 gun batteries.
They were sometimes deployed on trains, warships, FlaK towers, and vehicles.
|3.7-cm FlaK 36
3.7-cm FlaK 37
|Length of gun||142.75"
|Length of bore|
|Length of rifling|
|Weight traveling||5,291 lb
|Weight in action||3,417 lb
|Elevation||-8° to +85°|
|Range of shell|
|Shell weight||1.4 lb