This artillery piece was found at a shutdown VFW post in West Texas and is now at the Texas Air Museum in Slaton, Tx. The gun is is very good shape and still has the original spades and one on the handles used to open the trails. There were 262 Type 95's produced from 1935-1940. This example carries a 1940 production date and serial no. 272 which would suggests it is one of the last guns produced. The Japanese did not always start with serial no. one to hide the number of guns produced which is why the serial number is higher then the number produced.