The Type 38 rifle is a Japanese bolt action rifle used by Imperial Japan in World War II. It is featured in Medal Of Honor: Pacific Assault and is seen in Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun, though in Rising Sun it is not a usable weapon. The Arisaka was adopted in 1905 and served until 1945. The Type 99 rifle was meant to replace the Type 38 but due to the outbreak of the Pacific War never allowed the army to replace the Type 38 and the two rifles served together. The Type 97 sniper rifle is based on the Type 38 Arisaka.
Medal of Honor: Rising SunEditThe Type 38 is only available to Japanese forces and is unusable by the player. The Type 38 deals moderate damage to the player but on hard difficulty it deals high damage. Some Type 38s can be seen with a bayonet. Japanese soldiers armed with Type 38 ,which is fitted with a bayonet, usually banzai charges towards the player. When the player is close soldiers slash with their bayonet and dealing great damage to the player.
Medal of Honor: Pacific AssaultEdit
The Type 38 is available to be used by the player. It fires 6mm rounds from a 5-round stripper-clip. It does moderate damage, there is a large quantity of ammunition available, but it could be traded out for a more effective weapon.
- It its the most commonly used weapon by the Imperial Japanese Military.