|blank cell||Arisaka Type 92 Machine Gun|
|RATE OF FIRE||20 per round|
|MAGAZINE CAPACITY||30 rounds|
|BASE RANGE||110 yards|
|COMBAT USE: Japanese armed forces|
The standard-issue machine gun for the Japanese infantry, the Type 92 was based on the Type 3 machine gun, itself based on the long-obsolete French Hotchkiss design. The weapon was far too heavy, and could only be fed by 30-round stripper clips, yet it remained in service with the Imperial Japanese armed forces throughout the war.