The QF 6 pounder 7 cwt was a British anti-tank gun of World War 2. It was first used in North Africa in April 1942.
Sherman tanks and 6-pdr anti-tank gun in the centre of Caen, 10 July 1944.
Men of the 2nd Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, marching with their vehicles and equipment along a road between Oosterbeek and Arnhem, 19 September 1944.
Loyd Carrier and 6-pdr anti-tank gun of 71st Anti-Tank Regiment, 53rd Division, drives along a railway line outside Hertogenbosch, 25 October 1944.
During South Korean evacuation of Suwon Airfield, an anti-tank gun is hauled out of the area for repairs, 1950.
QF 6 pounder in Batey ha-Osef Museum, Israel.
QF 6 pounder in Royal Australian Armoured Corps Tank Museum.
U.S. 57 mm Gun M1 firing at German bunker near Saint-Malo, Bretagne.
United States Army Ordnance Museum