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Japanese 7.7mm Heavy Machine Gun Type 92

While searching the water for my uncle's B-24 we found a machine gun that was encrusted in coral. We took the machine gun to the surface to see if it was an American machine gun from a B-24. When we cleaned up the gun it turned out to be a Japanese 7.7mm Heavy Machine Gun Type 92. The machine gun was likely dumped into the water after the end of the war.

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