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Type 92 70mm Gun (JP560)
Type 94 37mm Anti-tank Gun (JP501)
Artillery HQ (JP710)
Type 38 75mm Gun (JP570)
Type 41 75mm Infantry Gun (JP565)
Type 96 150mm Howitzer (JP580)
Type 91 105mm gun (JP575)
Type 98 20mm Anti-aircraft gun (JP541)
Type 1 47mm Anti-tank Gun (JP510)
Hohei Weapons Platoon (JP707)
Medium Mortar Platoon (JP705)
Type 4 Ho-Ro Platoon (JBX08)
Type 1 Ho-Ni Platoon (JBX07)
Type 88 75mm Heavy Anti-aircraft Gun (JP550)
Type 97 Chi-Ha Platoon (JBX09)
Type 2 Ka Mi Platoon (JBX06)
Type 97 Te-Ke Platoon (JBX05)
Mitsubishi Zero (AC017)
Nikuhaku Teams (JP706)
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JP560 Type 92 70mm Gun
Type 92 70mm Gun (JP560)
Type 92 70mm Gun
includes two Type 92 70mm, one optional Observer Rifle team, one Commander Sword team, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & two Medium bases.
The Type 92 was designed in response to the short-comings of the Type 11 37mm infantry gun and Type 11 70mm mortar; both of which it was felt were lacking in adequate range and firepower. It also meant that the infantry had to carry two different weapons each with their own ammunition into battle.
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The Japanese strike on Pearl Harbor has awoken the Americans.
Now they must fight with determination to hold their gains, to push the westerners back and consolidate Japanese control. Every inch of ground, each beach, village and airfield, are defended with a ferocity against which no enemy can stand.
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To remedy this, the Army Technical Bureau set about developing a dual purpose weapon that addressed the faults of previous designs. The Type 92 featured a short-barrel gun mounted on a split trail gun carriage; the barrel itself could be evaluation from a horizontal position to near vertical by use of a hand crank. Lightweight and manoeuvrable; the Type 92 could fire a high-explosive (HE) round up to ranges of nearly 3km.
The Type 92 saw extensive service throughout the Second World War and saw service during the post-war years in China by the People’s Liberation Army.
Figures designed by Gary Morley
Gun designed by Tim Adcock
Painted by Wayne Turner
The Observer Team
Observer teams need a good view of the battlefield in order to do their job correctly. Be sure to deploy them in a position where they have an excellent view of the battlefield such as on a hilltop or on the top floor of a multi-level building.
The Type 92 70mm Guns
The Type 92 70mm Gun in Flames Of War
Type 92 70mm gun
The Gun Crews
The Type 92 70mm Guns Prepare To Fire
Japanese Infantry Painting Guide
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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