Pom-Pom Gun for Daz

Pom-Pom Gun for Daz

The QF 1 pounder, universally known as the pom-pom due to the sound of its discharge, was a 37 mm British autocannon, the first of its type in the world. It was used by several countries initially as an infantry gun and later as a light anti-aircraft gun. Hiram Maxim originally designed the Pom-Pom in the late 1880s as an enlarged version of the Maxim machine gun. Its longer range necessitated exploding projectiles to judge range, which in turn dictated a shell weight of at least 400 grams (0.88 lb), as that was the lightest exploding shell allowed under the Saint Petersburg Declaration of 1868 and reaffirmed in the Hague Convention of 1899. Early versions were sold under the Maxim-Nordenfelt label, whereas versions in British service (i.e. from 1900) were labelled Vickers, Sons and Maxim (VSM) as Vickers had bought out Maxim-Nordenfelt in 1897 but they are the same gun.
In World War I, it was used as an early anti-aircraft gun in the home defence of Britain. It was adapted as the Mk I and Mk II on high-angle pedestal mountings and deployed along London docks and on rooftops on key buildings in London, others mobile, on motor lorries at key towns in the East and Southeast of England. 25 were employed in August 1914, and 50 in February 1916.] A Mk II gun on a Naval pedestal mounting was the first to open fire in defence of London during the war. However, the shell was too small to damage the German Zeppelin airships sufficiently to bring them down.
The U.S. Navy adopted the Maxim-Nordenfelt 37 mm 1-pounder as the 1-pounder Mark 6 before the 1898 Spanish–American War. The Mark 7, 9, 14, and 15 weapons were similar. It was the first dedicated anti-aircraft (AA) gun adopted by the US Navy, specified as such on the Sampson-class destroyers launched in 1916–17. It was deployed on various types of ships during the US participation in World War I, although it was replaced as the standard AA gun on new destroyers by the 3 inch (76 mm)/23 caliber gun.

What is included:
Daz ERC figures:
QF 1-Pounder Gun (Pom-Pom)

Black and Brass, Navy Grey for gun figure and props

G8M Gun Operator, G8M Targeting Assistant

Muzzle Flame
Ammo Box
Ammo Coil
Ejected Cartridges
Spent Cartridges

Up to 4kx4k and textures suitable for closeups, Unpacked Runtime Size: 100 MB.
suitable for animations. Historical Reconstruction

Compatible figures: Genesis 8 Male, Genesis 8.1 Male

Software: DAZ Studio 4 With IRAY

Compatible figures: 
Props for Daz Studio and Poser