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Type 100 submachine gun

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Product ID:378889
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:3,852
Vertices:3,798
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Description
The Type 100 was a Japanese submachine gun used during World War II, and the only submachine gun produced by Japan in any quantity.

Designed and built by the Nambu Arms Manufacturing Company, the Type 100 was a robust, if unremarkable, submachine gun that was first delivered to the Imperial Army, in 1942. Japan was surprisingly late to introduce the submachine gun to its armed forces; the MP40 had been ubiquitous in the Wehrmacht since 1939.

The Type 100 was a well made gun, but the 8mm Nambu round was underpowered, roughly the equivalent to the .380 ACP. Atypically for a submachine gun, a bayonet lug was fixed under the barrel, probably owing to the aura of mystique surrounding close, man-to-man combat in Japanese culture.

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