Type 3 Japanese Heavy Machine Gun 1/35

Product Code: 129-P35029
Product EAN: 8595593131160
Manufacturer: SPECIAL HOBBY s.r.o.

15.20 €
In stock
pcs
Parameters
Type: Weapons
Product: 3D printed parts
Origin: japan, China
Era: Interwar, Postwar, Word War II
Scale: 1/35
Weight:0.014 kg
Instruction Sheet

 The Type 3 heavy machine gun was developed from the Hotchkiss gun. In early 20th century, the Japanese had bought the licence rights to produce the Hotchkiss machine gun, Japanese engineer Kijiro Nambu improved the original design though to meet better the Japanese Army requirements. At first was produced the Type 38 heavy machine gun, later some more design alterations led to the development and itroduction to service of the Type 3 machine gun. The Type 3 was in service since 1914 and utilized the Arisaka 6.5mm rifle rounds. The Japanese Army used these guns in WW1, all of the inter-war years conflicts and throughout WW2, too. Many of the guns were captured and found their way to Kim Il Sung’s Korea army as well as to Viet-nam communist guerillas.
   The machine gun s 3D printed and the kit also contains spare machine gun magazines, ammunition boxes and most importantly also the  characteristic tripod stand.

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