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Ordnance QF 2 pounder

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  1. a 40 mm British anti-tank and vehicle-mounted gun, employed in the Second World War

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  2. actively used in the Battle of France, and during the North Africa campaign

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  3. As tanks became sufficiently armoured to stand up to its shots, it was gradually replaced by the 6-pounder, starting in 1942, though some remained in service until the end of the war

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  4. In its vehicle-mounted variant, the 2-pounder was also a common main gun on British tanks early in World War II, and was a typical main armament of medium and heavy armoured cars throughout the war

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  5. The gun was initially developed as a tank weapon, and made its debut as the main armament of the Vickers-designed Cruiser Tank Mk I

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