Second Sino-Japanese War Guns (1931-1945)
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria marked the start of the long and bloody World War 2-era conflict known as the Second Sino-Japanese War.There are a total of 20 Second Sino-Japanese War Guns (1931-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Weapons such as hand grenades and portable (squad-level) artillery systems, such as assault guns and mortars, are also featured in this listing.
The Bergmann MP18 is considered the first true submachine gun form - appearing in action during the latter stages o...
The immensely popular Pistole Parabellum Model 1908 semi-automatic pistol - sometimes referred to simply as the Lug...
The Type 14 Nambu pistol was in widespread use with the Japanese Army during World War 2....
At least 1.6 million SVT-40 rifles were produced, some seeing action even as recently as the 2nd Chechen War....
The indigenously-designed Type 10 fragmentation grenade became the first such weapon to be adopted and issued in qu...
The lightweight Type 10 operated from a trigger action and suffered from limited range....
The Type 100 Submachine Gun saw use with Imperial Japanese forces from 1942 through 1945....
Despite her 1922 origins, the Type 11 survived all of World War 2 in frontline service....
The Type 2 served the Imperial Japanese Army throughout their conquest of the Pacific....
The Type 92 heavy machine gun was nicknamed the Woodpecker due to its distinct stuttering sound when fired....
The Imperial Japanese Army and Marine forces utilized two primary flamethrower types - one being the Type 93 series...
The Type 97 hand grenade was the standard issue grenade of Japanese troops throughout World War 2....
The large-caliber Type 97 did not endear itself to her crews, for the massive recoil effect was something to be exp...
The Type 97 90mm Infantry Mortar saw only limited production reaching some 600 examples during World War 2....
The Type 99 Light Machine Gun was developed to coincide with the arrival of the new Type 99 rifle using the 7.7x58m...