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Japanese Grandpa Nambu semi automatic pistol with detachable shoulder stock, circa World War II.

Japanese Grandpa Nambu semi automatic pistol with detachable shoulder stock, circa World War II.

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japanese navy aircraft carrier kaga fighter pilot with his nambu pistol

japanese navy aircraft carrier kaga fighter pilot with his nambu pistol

peashooter85:  The Japanese “MUM” Luger,  After... - 武士の島

peashooter85: The Japanese “MUM” Luger, After... - 武士の島

soldiers of the special naval landing force armed with mp-34 submachine guns, type 11 light machine guns, type 38 arisaka rifles and nambu pistols (shanghai, 1937)

soldiers of the special naval landing force armed with mp-34 submachine guns, type 11 light machine guns, type 38 arisaka rifles and nambu pistols (shanghai, 1937)

japanese army officer posing with his nambu pistol (south china 1939)

japanese army officer posing with his nambu pistol (south china 1939)

Model II Type A Submachine Gun (試製二型機関短銃)  Designed in 1935, this rare Japanese weapon was used during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. It was produced in very limited quantities for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy.  It is notable for being the first submachine gun to use a magazine extending from the pistol grip. Similar designs were later used in weapons such as the Israeli Military Industries Uzi family.  The weapon used box magazines which held a remarkable...

Model II Type A Submachine Gun (試製二型機関短銃) Designed in 1935, this rare Japanese weapon was used during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. It was produced in very limited quantities for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy. It is notable for being the first submachine gun to use a magazine extending from the pistol grip. Similar designs were later used in weapons such as the Israeli Military Industries Uzi family. The weapon used box magazines which held a remarkable...

Japanese fighter pilot with his nambu pistol

Japanese fighter pilot with his nambu pistol

Model II Type A Submachine Gun (試製二型機関短銃)  Designed in 1935, this rare Japanese weapon was used during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. It was produced in very limited quantities for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy. It is notable for being the first submachine gun to use a magazine extending from the pistol grip. Similar designs were later used in weapons such as the Israeli Military Industries Uzi family.

Model II Type A Submachine Gun (試製二型機関短銃) Designed in 1935, this rare Japanese weapon was used during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. It was produced in very limited quantities for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy. It is notable for being the first submachine gun to use a magazine extending from the pistol grip. Similar designs were later used in weapons such as the Israeli Military Industries Uzi family.

Tatsunosuke Ariizumi - In Oct 1944, he was promoted to the rank of captain. In Dec 1944, he was made the commanding officer of the 631st Naval Air Corps with simultaneous command of a group of special aircraft carrier submarines; these weapons together were originally meant to deliver a demoralizing attack in the American rear, but ultimately Ariizumi, personally overseeing Operation Arashi ("Storm") aboard I-401, would only be able to strike at the American anchorage at Ulithi in the…

Tatsunosuke Ariizumi

Tatsunosuke Ariizumi - In Oct 1944, he was promoted to the rank of captain. In Dec 1944, he was made the commanding officer of the 631st Naval Air Corps with simultaneous command of a group of special aircraft carrier submarines; these weapons together were originally meant to deliver a demoralizing attack in the American rear, but ultimately Ariizumi, personally overseeing Operation Arashi ("Storm") aboard I-401, would only be able to strike at the American anchorage at Ulithi in the…

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