Ww2 original imperial Japanese army magazine pouch. This listing features an exceptional piece of military history, an original Type 96 & 99 Light Machine Gun Magazine Case from the era of World War II used by the Imperial Japanese Army.
This authentic piece is not only a must-have for military enthusiasts but also a remarkable artifact for those who appreciate historical relics. The details in its design and the unique materials used signify the depth of history it carries. Material: Substitute leather, also known as'Ravarize. Lid: The'Ravarize' has solidified over time and opens to about half.Carrying strap included (refer to the image). About the Type 96 & 99 Light Machine Gun Magazine Case: The Type 96 and 99 light machine guns were widely used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. These guns were served by a crew of three and were used primarily as a squad automatic weapon.
The magazine case was an integral part of this weapon, serving as a storage and transport solution for additional ammunition. It was made of a'Ravarize' material, a substitute for leather which could withstand varying battlefield conditions. Note: As with all vintage items, please consider the age and history of this case. Own a piece of history today with this Type 96 & 99 Light Machine Gun Magazine Case!