Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault

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The following weapons appear in the video game Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault:

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (2004)

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Handguns

Colt M1911A1

The M1911A1 is available to the player at several times during the game. It is also seen as one of the two primary weapons of the squad's Corpsman. In-game, the M1911A1 is customized with bright wooden grips.

Colt M1911A1 pistol - .45 ACP
The player holding his M1911A1.
Reloading the M1911A1. Note the bright wooden grips.

Colt M1917 Revolver

Corpsmen carry M1917 revolvers as their sidearm, which is used by the player in some missions.

Colt M1917 Revolver (Military issue with lanyard ring) - .45 ACP
The player with his M1917 revolver.
Reloading the M1917 revolver.

Nambu Type 14

Japanese officers and corpsman carry Nambu Type 14s as their sidearm and it's usable to the player periodically.

Nambu Type 14 pistol - 8x22mm Nambu
The player with his Nambu Type 14.
Reloading the Nambu Type 14.

Submachine Guns

M1928A1 Thompson

In Basic Training, the M1928A1 Thompson appears with a 50 round drum. In the Pearl Harbor mission, the Thompson has a 30 round stick even though 30 round magazines weren't available until 1942 when the M1/M1A1 Thompson came out, and later in the game, it comes with a 50 round drum magazine again.

M1928A1 "Tommy Gun" .45 ACP with 50-round drum magazine.
M1928A1 Thompson in-game. Note the M1A1 Howitzer in the background.
The player fires an M1928A1 Thompson with a drum magazine.

Type 100 submachine gun

The Type 100 submachine gun is first usable halfway through the Makin mission, and usable through the rest of the game. but in small numbers.

Type 100 submachine gun - 8x22mm Nambu
Type 100 in-game.

Reising M55

The Reising M55 (which appears in-game with a 20 round magazine) makes its first appearance on Makin, and is available off a dead marine on Tarawa.

Reising M55 submachine gun (folding stock variant) - .45 ACP
Reising M55 in-game.

Rifles

M1 Garand

The M1 Garand is first seen in a shack in Henderson Airfield and it's available for use on Guadalcanal and Tarawa. It is never seen without a bayonet.

M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
M1 Garand in-game.
Reloading the M1 Garand.


M1 Carbine

The M1 Carbine is commonly used by Allied troops.

World War Two era M1 Carbine, with dark walnut stock, 'L' peep sight and no bayonet lug - correct for most of WW2, shown with khaki sling and magazine pouch for buttstock.
M1 Carbine in-game.


M1903 Springfield

The M1903A3 Springfield is used in Basic Training without a scope, and with a scope. It is the primary weapon of Willy Gaines, the squad's sniper. Available in Tarawa, can be found in one of the LVTs.

M1903 Springfield - 30-06
M1903 Springfield sniper variant .30-06 with M84 scope.
Gaines with his scoped M1903 Springfield. Note that his Unertl sniper scope is missing the front part.
An M1903 Springfield being reloaded during Basic Training.

M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle

Gunnery Sergeant Frank Minoso uses an M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle in all of the missions in which he appears with a screw-on compensator. It is also used by the player, and it is noted that Frank has scratched "Minoso" on the buttstock.

M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle .30-06
Minoso with his BAR.
The player with his BAR during the Tarawa landings.
Reloading the BAR.

Boys AT rifle

The Boys Antitank Rifle appears in one of the missions near Henderson Airfield.

Boys MKI Anti-Tank Rifle - .55 Boys (13.9x99B)
The Boys AT rifle on the ground.
The Boys AT rifle in the player's hands.

Type 97 Sniper rifle

The only Japanese rifle without a bayonet, the Type 97 is used in the Lunga River mission to take out snipers hidden in the trees. The Type 97 sniper rifle was basically an Arisaka Type 38 fitted with a side-mounted sniper scope. The difference between the Type 97 and the Type 38 is that the Type 97 has a very sluggish rate of fire, a lighter stock, and a side-mounted telescopic scope. One of the unique features of the Type 97 that also appears in-game is that the 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka the rifle fires has no muzzle flash due to the small cartridge and the length of the barrel, making it difficult to do counter-sniping activity with a sniper using this weapon.

Note: In game it is called a Type 97 sniper rifle, but the model shows that it's actually a Type 99 sniper rifle based off of the Type 99 short rifle in 7.7x58mm, not the Type 38 long rifle in 6.5x50mmSR. This is indicated by the anti-aircraft fold out wings on the rear sight and the full length stock, both of which the Type 38 and Type 97 did not have.

The Type 97 sniper rifle being carried by the player.
Reloading the Type 97. Note: The anti-aircraft fold out wings on the rear sight and the full length stock. It is actually a Type 99 sniper rifle that the developers incorrectly called a Type 97.

Type 38 Arisaka

The majority of Japanese troopers use Arisaka Type 38s as their primary weapon. Like the Garand, it is never seen without a bayonet.

Type 38 Arisaka bolt action rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Type 38 in-game.
Type 38 reloading. Note: The receiver has only one case rupture port and the receiver says "99 Type" in Japanese written horizontally. If this was modeled off of a Type 38 it should have two case rupture ports and should say "38 Type" in Japanse written vertically
The player looking down the Type 38 sights. Note: Unlike the receiver which was modeled from a Type 99, these sights are modeled, correctly, off of a Type 38.

Arisaka Type 44 carbine

A few Japanese troops are seen with Type 44 Carbines in a few levels, most notably near the end of the Tarawa level.

Arisaka Type 44 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka.
A Type 44 Carbine in the hands of the player.
The player reloading the Type 44 Carbine. Note: The model has two case rupture ports like a Type 44 should, but they are too far apart and too far forward. And, just like the Type 38, the model of the receiver says "99 Type" horizontally in Japanese, not "44 Type" vertically like it should say.
The player looking down the sights of the Type 44 Carbine.

Shotguns

Remington Model 11

The Remington Model 11 is available to be used by the player on Tarawa, and is a hidden weapon on Makin. (hint: look in the downed pilot's plane)

Remington Model 11 shotgun in "riot-gun" configuration.
Remington Model 11 in-game.
Reloading the Remington Model 11.

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB Watercooled

The Browning M2HB Watercooled is used in a mission to blow up torpedoes approaching a submarine, and later used to shoot down Zero fighters attacking a PBY Catalina. You later get to use the aircraft version in a dual mount during the "Flyboys" mission.

Browning M2 .50 watercooled.
M2HB Watercooled in-game.
Manning the M2HB Watercooled.
Browning M2 Aircraft .50 BMG
Dual-mounted Browning M2 Aircrafts mounted on a bomber in the "Flyboys" mission.

Browning M1919A4

The Browning M1919A4 first appears in Basic Training, then in the Bloody Ridge level, and on a hilltop on Guadalcanal.

Browning M1919A4 - .30-06 on M2 tripod.
Browning M1919A4 mounted on an mg nest during the "Bloody Ridge" level.

M1941 Johnson light machine gun

The M1941 Johnson machine gun is usable only on the last stage of "Bloody Ridge," and only if you have the Director's Edition of the game (the Johnson is special content unique to that version of the game). It appears as a starting loadout in some of the missions.

M1941 Johnson machine gun - .30-06
The M1941 Johnson LMG in-game.
The M1941 Johnson LMG on the ground.

Lewis gun

The PT boat you go into during the Pearl Harbor mission has dual-mounted Lewis guns.

Lewis gun - .303
Manning the dual-mounted Lewis Guns mounted on a PT boat during the famous Pearl Harbor attack.

Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun

The machine guns seen mounted on Japanese bunkers throughout the game are Type 92s.

Nambu Type 92 HMG - 7.7x58mm
Manning the Type 92 in-game.
The Type 92 in-game.

Type 92 LMG (watercooled)

A mobile, watercooled Type 92 (a Japanese version of the Lewis Gun) appears as a mobile machine gun that can be carried around by machine gun crews and the player and placed on a large, even space on the ground.

Lewis gun - .303 British, similar to the Type 92 in-game.
A Type 92 in mounting position.
Manning the Type 92 in "Bloody Ridge."
The Type 92 being carried by the player.

Type 96 light machine gun

Near the middle of the Tarawa level, you get to use Type 96 light machine guns fitted with bayonets.

Type 99 light machine gun with Model 30 bayonet 7.7x58mm Arisaka, which is similar to the Type 96.
The player firing the Type 96 as Japanese troops in cover.

Type 97 light machine gun

Most of the Japanese tanks have hull-mounted Type 97s.

Type 97 light machine gun 7.7x58mm Arisaka
A Type 97 mounted in the hull of the Type 98 "Ke-Ni" light tank.

Explosives

Mk. II frag grenade

You start with some Mk. II frag grenades, the standard-issued grenades of the U.S. military during World War II, in almost every mission. In the training level, the Mk. II training grenade appears.

Mk 2 High-Explosive fragmentation hand grenade.
Mk 2 training grenade.
The player with a Mk 2 grenade.

M2 Mortar

M2 Mortars make their first appearance in the training level and appear again during the "Bloody Ridge" attack.

M2 60mm Mortar
An M2 Mortar behind some sandbags.

Type 99 Mortars

Type 99 Mortars appear as the primary weapon for Japanese mortar teams.

A Type 99 Mortar next to a dead Japanese mortar user.

Type 97 Hand Grenade

Standard grenade of Japanese Soldiers.

Japanese-type97-grenade.jpg

See Also

Historical Era Medal of Honor (1999)  •  Underground  •  Frontline  •  Allied Assault  •  Rising Sun  •  Infiltrator
Pacific Assault  •  Heroes  •  Vanguard  •  Airborne  •  Heroes 2
Modern era Medal of Honor (2010)  •  Warfighter




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