The Universal Machine Gun Model 1959 is a machine gun developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s.
- Caliber: 7.7 Japanese
- Type: Fully-Automatic
- Category: Belt-fed/Medium Machine Gun
- Origin: Japan
- Capacity: 20-round magazine
The Type 99 Light Machine Gun was a light machine gun used by the Japanese Imperial forces during World War II. This actual machine gun was brought back to the United States by a US Marine and registered with the US government upon return. The weapon was manufactured in December of 1942 according to the markings on the receiver.
This actual weapon was captured by a Marine during WWII who carved his name and unit markings into the wood buttstock.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is your refund policy?
Should something happen and you need a refund for your purchase online, there is a non-refundable 10% fee that will be taken out.
- What is the minimum age for shooting at Battlefield Vegas?
Our minimum age for shooters is 10 years of age. Firearm selection is limited for shooters under the age of 14. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
- Do I need photo identification to shoot at Battlefield Vegas?
Yes, please bring a valid form of photo identification (ie: driver’s license, passport, military ID, etc)