The gaming engine SATR2 emulates 69 different weapons. Whereas the new SATR3 software offers more than 300 emulations. These weapon emulations are categorized into four (4) classes:
Today we feature the Type 14 a Japanese pistol from World War Two.
The Nambu 14 Shiko pistol is a specialist weapon emulation in the SATR system suitable for WW2 re-enactments.
Especially for those battlefield operators who have included some of the new Mini Scorpion gaming guns in their arsenal.
The Nambu 14 Shiko Automatic Pistol has an 8 round box. The pistol comes with 18 boxes of 8mm ammunition.
This weapon emulation is short-ranged.
The type 14 pistol was designed by Japanese general Kijiro Nambu in 1925. This pistol was adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army and widely used throughout WW2 as the standard sidearm.
And just like in the real-world this SATR weapon emulation takes 3 seconds to reload.
Listen to the Nambu 14 Shiko pistol's features, click here.
A Mini Scorpion configured as a Nambu Pistol would normally be configured with a short-range.
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