A number of ideas were taken from the Czechoslovakian ZB 26 (an LMG design manufactured at the small arms factory in Brno, Czechoslovakia) and the Hotchkiss machine gun. They didn’t seem to bother about hearing protection back then. Apparently the hopper feed system could take rifle chargers. Captured Type 11 Nambus garnered some interest in Russian military circles in the 1930s, and an experimental variant of the DP28 light machine gun was manufactured using the same hopper feed system. At Forgotten Weapons I think the most interesting guns out there are the most obscure ones. When the fifth round was fed, the clip would fall empty out the bottom of the hopper and the next full clip would drop into place for feeding. In other words, marginally able to resist a Sherman but basically defenseless against infantry. From his training pictures, it would seem he belonged to a Machine gun squad (Japanese doctrine before 1940 was to have separate Machine gun squads), and to the 30th infantry regiment. Unfortunately I am too old to tackle such a different new language. My great uncle Don was on a artillery crew in the marines on Okinawa . As far as I know, there was no burst limiter on the Type 11 – although once it got dirty poor reliability may have effectively limited it to short bursts. In fact, the mechanical operation of the Nambus is quite distinct from the Bren; they simply share an external resemblance. The Type 11 uses a long stroke gas piston for operation, and the action uses a falling block to lock the bolt for firing. Nambu Type 14 Pistol Nambu Type 26 Revolver Grenades: Kiska Grenade Melee Weapons: Type 98 Shin-Gunto Sword Tanto Knife Rifleman: Equipment- Bayonet or Rifle Grenade Type 5 Semi-Automatic Rifle Arisaka Type 99 Rifle Assault: Equipment- Light Mortar, Smoke Grenade Type 99 Light Machine Gun Type 11 Light Machine Gun Engineer: The Type 81 LMG in Civilian Form: Norinco Model 313 - YouTube The Type 96 had been introduced into combat service in 1936, and quickly proved to be a versatile weapon to provide covering fire for advancing infantry. Please send me an email at battoutaiusa@gmail.com. The first Japanese machine gun of indigenous design and manufacture (although it borrowed features from the French Hotchkiss M1897 design), the 6.5mm Type 11 LMG was introduced in 1922. The muzzle velocity was 222 meters per second. He brought home some souvenirs from there. I really wish he was here so I could ask him tons of questions. The bolt moves linearly back and forth with no special early leverage to aid extraction – a type of design which often has difficulties in field conditions. The M249 is manufactured in the United States by the local … I’ve been reading intensively about the Japanese military lately and am aware that most of the best material is only published in Japanese, in Japan. The Nambu pistol saw extensive service during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. Instead of the conventional gas-operated rotating system used in the G11 prototype series, the LMG-11 was recoil operated, with an action similar to a revolving aircraft gun. Search. The Type 81 rifles were equipped with 30-round magazines, and the LMG variant could use those or a 75-round drum. - Page 2 - M14 Forum, Update on gun grabber strategy - Shooting Sports Forum, Japan's Type 11 Light Machine Gun: The Worst Machine Gun of All Time? The Type 96 light machine gun (九六式軽機関銃, Kyūroku-shiki Kei-kikanjū) was a light machine gun used by the Imperial Japanese Army in the interwar period and in World War II. Interesting, but mechanically unreliable. I think that the period the album covers is from 1935 to 1942 or 1943 till 1945. 13:04. Your email address will not be published. The Type 11 uses a distinctive hopper feed, and is a better gun than generally believed. The uniform he is wearing is called the Type Showa 5, designated in the year of Showa 5. Well so much for fanaticism . Blake. And as you have said he is a superior private. 3. Thanks . SE. Adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1922, it remained in production until 1941. George also notes, by the way, that the type 11 was not equipped with a bayonet stud, nor a carrying handle.. The weapon was developed specifically for the use of the Fallschirmjäger airborne infantry in 1942 and was used in very limited numbers until the end of the war.. At Forgotten Weapons I think the most interesting guns out there are the most obscure ones. The Type 99 served the Imperial Japanese Army during most of World War 2. Commentdocument.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a63ab470f8a5beb763d797a531cc2068" );document.getElementById("d35a0bf1e3").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. When my wife and I went back to the U.S. for our first visit with my family we went to my grandmothers house and I had my wife read to me what was written on the side of the bottle. The Norinco 313 is the semiauto commercial variation of the Type 81 LMG. Is this true, anyone? In practice, however, the system required two men to run efficiently, and could not be easily reloaded on the move. Type 11 Nambu LMG Kojiro Nambu, one of Japan’s most prolific arms designers, developed the Type 11 light machine gun as an adaptation of his previous Type 3 HMG design. My Dad once commented that there had been one, still in place on Attu when he participated in the retaking of Alaska’s Aleution Islands. Enjoy what you read on Forgotten Weapons? Certainly is a clamshell in photo 1. guntubearchiver. Type 11 Nambu LMG Disassembly (Video) August 4, 2014Ian McCollumLight MGs, Video25 Thanks to the hospitality of the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, we had a chance to examine and disassemble a Japanese Type 11 light machine gun. The most unique element of the Type 11 is its hopper feed system. Ian, thanks for yet another outstanding presentation. From the photos that are uploaded here I can tell you a few things. The LMG11 is an extension of the G11 design into an LMG format. This is a very scarce and certainly unique early Japanese Type 11 light machine gun as adopted in 1922. About 400.000 units were produced. It looks like something out of an Edgar Rice Burroughs “Mars” novel, and were there more surviving specimens, it might have made an excellent representation of a “radium rifle” in the recent film. He said, the rather sad part was the crew was armed only with the 20mm. guntubearchiver. Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email. Blake, thank you for sharing your wife’s grandfather’s pictures. This weapon was actually a modified French Hotchkiss design that fired the standard 6.5 Japanese rifle round. The Type 14 was an improved version of the Type A Nambu. Forgotten Weapons - Type 92 Japanese HMG at James D Julia. They seem to have really liked the idea of multi use gear. Lastly, a picture from maintenance instruction during basic training. The grenade discharger used either the standard grenade or a purpose designed bomb, interchangeably, as I recall. Phone: +1 (360) 200-1893 Mail: BattleGear Toys. The Type 11, when clean, is a very smooth and pleasant gun to shoot and quite reliable. It was also longer, and hard to stow aw… 8:10. Well enjoy the photos. Adopted as the IJAs first light machine gun, the type 11 was built by Nambu and had certain similarities to the Hotchkiss, namely the ribbed barrel. I know I could get some info from the Obu city ward office, but it won’t give me the juicy details that really make up a persons life. Thanks for the comments. I see only a single tiny ring, when a normal ring AA sight should of course have a ring and a bead. Apparently this was well received, as my friend was treated quite well by the man and his family. The Type 11 was a light machine gun system utilized by the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) and developed and accepted into service during the interwar years just in time for World War 2. The Type 11 is a very interesting LMG, being feed through a multi stripper clip hopper and having a large external ejector arm. I have one here on the desk next to me to compare with. While certain amount of dispersion is not detrimental to AA shooting, there are of course limits for that after which the bullets will just go all over the place and any kind of aiming becomes impossible. I also have a funny story from my family about the U.S. perception of Japanese fanaticism . This was a common feature on early tripods, but again, it is very unusual to see a Type 11 tripod … Ian's video on the gun. The Type 11, named after the eleventh year of the reign of Emperor Taishō, or 1922, was modeled after the French Hotchkiss air-cooled, gas-operated heavy machine gun. It had an unusual feed system which require five round clips to be dropped into a hopper, this held up to six clips and each … The Type 11 uses a distinctive hopper feed, and is a better gun than generally believed. This was a common feature on early tripods, but again, it is very unusual to see a Type 11 tripod at all, much less set op for AA use. Most Americans (and no Texans, I think) consider the defense of the Alamo foolhardy, or the defense of Bunker Hill, or any of dozens of other times Americans died rather than give up. I would like to have something to pass down to his great grand children (my nephews). Basically he was in line for a bus, but it turned out to be for the wrong bus, and Japanese man(who could speak english) pointed him to the right bus, but not before inviting my friend to dinner with his family. one unusual feature of this gun not mentioned in the article, is the spike type bayonet (similar to that of the FG42) mounted under the barrel. That would also make sense from his frontline pictures as well, as the 30th infantry regiment was called out to the frontlines for the Marco Polo Bridge incident and also the battle of Khalkin Gol. Why did Japanese fight to the death? That means he either got through a test during his boot camp, or that he reenlisted during the beginnings of the China front hostilities. 1:6th Scale Miniature. The box magazines are very similar in appearance to AK magazines, but not directly interchangeable, as the Type 81 includes a hold open feature to lock the bolt open when the magazine is empty. These revolvers were issued to machine gunners as their backup weapon. Type 11 manual (Japanese) Type 92 manual (Japanese) Type 96 manual (Japanese) Polish. One thing I notice is a ‘subtle'(or even spindly) appearance of those bipods and tripods. He is wearing a enlisted version. Forgotten Weapons - Japanese Type 100 Flamethrower. We have several photographs of this gun over on the Kubynov LMG page. Really love the japanese manual. To compensate for this, the buttstock is also dog-legged off to the right of the gun. My friend not wanting cause problems told him that he thought that they were very brave. A spring loaded follower held pressure on top of the clips in the hopper, which could be refilled constantly during firing. Note that while not an officer, he does appear to be wearing a sidearm in a clamshell holster. I called my grandmother in the room to tell her that the cyanide bottle was nothing more than a bottle of eye drops. (Type 97; Think a 150 pound Bren gun.) No carbines, or even side arms, not even a bayonet. Adopted as the IJAs first light machine gun, the type 11 was built by Nambu and had certain similarities to the Hotchkiss, namely the ribbed barrel. In his work on Merrill’s Marauders and WWII ordnance in general, “Shots Fired in Anger”, I recall that Col. John George had generally favorable comments about the Type 11. It was a decent weapon when used as intended. They certainly relied on bicycles a lot too so they might have been fairly weight conscious. Reader Blake sent me a couple very interesting photos recently, and they show a pretty unusual item – a Nambu Type 11 tripod. Thank you for this great website. It had a rate of fire of about 500 rounds per minute and it took the 6.5x50mm Arisaka cartridge. The weapon is very statistically similar to the Type 97 MG - the two weapons share the same damage model, muzzle velocity and reserve ammunition capacity, as well as comparable rates of fire and recoil … The Japanese Army was using the Type 96 light machine gun, an improvement over the previous Type 11 light machine gun. A hopper on the left side of the receiver held six clips, and had series of mechanical teeth activated by a cam track on the gas piston to pull cartridges off each clip and into the action. ( you know how suicidal the japanese are) My grandmother swore it was a cyanide vial. Kojiro Nambu, one of Japan’s most prolific arms designers, developed the Type 11 light machine gun as an adaptation of his previous Type 3 HMG design. Sometimes the Tech Manual is right. Commentdocument.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a4b257bb9a84680a2e726e79af135c99" );document.getElementById("f5959dad69").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You can see a diagram here of the feed mechanism (click to enlarge): The hopper on the receiver also necessitated the sights being offset to the right of the bore. My wife says he was really curious and kind. A list of desired characteristics were proposed and the design followed up on them; Firing must be possible in all static and dynamic firing conditions. Thanks for the comment. Perhaps the bead is obscured somehow in the image? I have recently discovered a small (17″ by 3″) wooden box believed to be brought home from the Pacific during WWII by my wife’s grandfather. Forgotten Weapons. - taktik(z) Staging. 4. © 2020 Forgotten Weapons.Site developed by Cardinal Acres Web Development. This is a very scarce and certainly unique early Japanese Type 11 light machine gun as adopted in 1922. To ameliorate this potential problem, the Type 11 has an automatic oiler system to lubricate the cartridges prior to chambering. Ian's video on the gun. It was trialed by the Imperial Japanese Army in the mid-1930s and offered for … The Type 96 Light Machine Gun served with the Imperial Japanese Army from 1936 to the end of World War 2 in 1945. IJA soldier in Chine with a Nambu Type 11 LMG and its tripod Next up is a photo apparently from basic training, with the tripod being used in its anti-aircraft configuration. The M249 light machine gun (LMG), also known as the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) which continues to be the manufacturer's designation and formally written as Light Machine Gun, 5.56 mm, M249, is the American adaptation of the Belgian FN Minimi, a light machine gun manufactured by the Belgian company FN Herstal (FN). The Type 11 LMG is a weapon featured in Battlefield V. It is a Support LMG that can be unlocked as part of the sixth Tides of War chapter Into the Jungle, by attaining Chapter Rank 10. Anyway I looked at the first photo today ( the one taken in China ) It seems that my wife ‘s grandfather ‘s rank is that of a superior private. It was first introduced in 1936, and fires the 6.5x50mm Arisaka from 30-round top-mounted magazines. These Rifle clips came from the Type 38 Rifleand they were issued in boxes of 12 clips. This would date the pictures as taken between 1931 to 1938. Forgotten Weapons - Japanese Type 1 Paratroop Folding Rifles at RIA ... Forgotten Weapons - Japanese Type 26 Revolver - Shooting and Mechanism. The M249 is manufactured in the United States by the local … Get in touch. The uniform would suggest this is probably after the Marco polo bridge incident and before the type 98 uniforms were designed. Hasegawa San © 2020 Forgotten Weapons.Site developed by Cardinal Acres Web Development. The photo is out of his personal photo album . The magazine had 6 rifle clips inside totaling 30 rounds. Olympia, WA 98501 USA Type 11 manual (Japanese) Type 92 manual (Japanese) Type 96 manual (Japanese) Polish. The Russians readily saw the inherent problems of the idea, and it never progressed past prototype stage. I’d like to learn as much info as I possibly can. Those tripods are very scarce items to find, with some people speculating that they may have only been experimental. Notice that the other crew members support the tripod with their hands. The Nambu gunners lined up on the range seems like they are about to suffer permanent hearing loss. ‘Twould seem the Chicom lot was using anything they could get their hands upon including supposedly, lend-lease Thompsons. For Anglophone readers looking for some Japanese memoirs, I can strongly commend the oral histories collected by Dan King. The resolution of the photographs isn’t that great, but it still shows that even the most blood-thirsty army is composed of (mostly) ordinary people taken away from the comforts of home. It looks like a posed shot made to look impressive by having many guns in the same picture. The Type 89 Grenade Discharger was nicknamed “leg mortar” because it was strapped to one’s leg while on the go. Watch Forgotten Weapons - Machine Gun Terminology - LMG, MMG, SAW, LSW, HMG, GPMG - guntubearchiver on Dailymotion. Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email. But he also notes after firing 50 rounds semi-automatically, it never doubled and had to (much later)read the official tech manual on it to discover it was full-auto…with apparently a very slow rate of cycle. However, production of the latter unit was such that both weapon types were fielded side-by-side for the duration of the war. Forgotten Weapons. Dad also noted that it was positioned in such a way as to give the landing craft a great deal of trouble, but it never fired a shot. Japanese troops invaded Manchuria in 1931, and by 1937 sporadic skirmishes had evolved into a full-scale war […], I was recently contacted by a fellow looking for information on the Japanese Type 1 heavy machine gun – a replacement for the Type 92 whose name would suggest it was adopted in 1941, but […]. The magazine had 6 rifle clips inside totaling 30 rounds. He told her that he thought it was a poison vial. This weapon was actually a modified French Hotchkiss design that fired the standard 6.5 Japanese rifle round. The LMG11 is an extension of the G11 design into an LMG format. The Type 11 also had a weight of 10.2 kg and it had a length of 110 cm. I think he looks tough too. It had an unusual feed system which require five round clips to be dropped into a hopper, this held up to six clips and each round was … In theory, the hopper system shows a number of benefits. ... 11. Being fed from 5-round clips and without a quick-change barrel, the Type 11 was not really suited for sustained fire. Weight consideration is a good point. It would appear that he was a squad machine gunner with a Type 11. IMHO, this one is probably the most interesting one yet. A British Small Arms Committee (SAC) minute of June 1940 established the requirement of a ‘Garage Hands Gun’ or what is typically referred to today as a ‘last-ditch’ gun (see Grant, 2013). it is actually due to the feeding mechanism: the hopper is loaded w/ 5-round clips so each time a clip is empted thete was a short delay between the old clip falling out and a fresh clip engaging in the grooves causing the five round burst impression, it is actually due to the feeding mechanism: the hopper is loaded w/ 5-round clips so each time a clip is empted there was a short delay between the old clip falling out and a fresh clip engaging in the grooves causing the five round burst impression, Was the 11NambuLMG being used by the Chinese communist in 1946/47, Not that i could prove it, but some were probably captured from the japs then reused by the chinese, who during that time used anything they could get their hands on. I think the way range was adjusted on the grenade discharger was really clever. A tripod was produced for use with the Type 11 as well, but appears to have been rare in actual use. Some idiot translated the characters as “knee mortar” and the ghosts of the original owners of the weapons probably would have laughed at the Americans who tried placing the mortars on their knees and firing them…, Didn’t know that about the name. John George mentions in “Shots Fired In Anger,” relates the captured Type 97 20mm anti-tank rifle was great fun at their Beachcomber’s club until they ran out of ammunition. My wife made a gesture of holding the bottle above her eye . The stock would folded downwards from the receiver and would be loaded with a 'block' of caseless ammunition. 17:11. Thank you very much for the info. 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