By Edwin F. LibbyThe Japanese Type 100 submachine gun, Model of 1944, was manufactured by Nagoya Army Arsenal at its...Read more
By Chad Hire - Many years ago, a fellow Class-3 dealer wanted to show me a new subgun he had...Read more
Japanese Nambu Type 96 LMG with case for two spare magazines. Photo: E.F. Libby By Edwin F. LibbyIn the jungle...Read more
The Japanese Rifleman of 1941 would not have looked out of place in the trenches of 1918. By Dan SzatkowskiThe...Read more
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