gunrunnerhell: Minebea M-9  A sub-machine gun …

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Minebea M-9 

A sub-machine gun developed in Japan, it bears a heavy resemblance to the PM-9 and Mini-Uzi. It has a blistering rate of fire; at about 1,100 rounds per minute but the design flaw here is that the Japanese did not include a shoulder stock, making it difficult to control. No semi-automatic model exists since none were ever exported to other countries for the civilian market. (GRH)

Japanese Light Machine Guns: The Type 99 LMG

The Japanese 7.7mm Type 99 took after its predecessor the 6.5mm Type 96, both machine guns forming the basis of mobile fire support during the Second World War. Type 99 was a magazine fed, gas operated, light machine gun with a removable barrel that began production in 1941 and continuing until the end of the […]

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