Medal of Honor: Rising Sun

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The following weapons appear in the video game Medal of Honor: Rising Sun:

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (2003)

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Handguns

Welrod Silenced Pistol

A suppressed Welrod Pistol is used in the Singapore Sling mission. It is incorrectly shown as a single-shot weapon instead of a magazine fed pistol.

Welrod pistol Mark II, .32 ACP. Bizarrely, the Mark II was the first version to enter production.
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Colt M1911A1

The M1911A1 is the main sidearm for the first few missions.

M1911A1 - .45 ACP
M1911 in the Philippines.
M1911 in the middle of a reload.

Type 26 Revolver

Only seen by two Japanese officers in the 6th mission. Cannot be used by player.

Japanese Type 26 Revolver - 9mmJR

Nambu Type 14th Year

Weapon used by Japanese officers in the 6th mission of the campaign. Cannot be used by player.

Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu

Submachine Guns

Thompson M1928

The M1928 Thompson is mostly seen in the first level in the Philippines.

M1928 "Tommy Gun" .45 ACP
Thompson M1928 in the first level in the Philippines.
Thompson M1928 in the first level in the Philippines.
Thompson M1928 in the middle of a reload.

Sten MK IIS

The suppressed Sten Mk IIS is used by the player for a few missions and is used by Major Bromley.

Sten Mk IIS - 9x19mm
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Type 100

Though it was originally planned to be a useable weapon in the game, the Type 100 submachine gun is only seen in the first cutscene of the final mission. When PFC Tanaka gets off the plane, the Japanese sailor on the left is holding a Type 100 while talking to the other sailor on the right who has a Type 99 LMG.

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Rifles

M1 Garand

Used by the player in a few of the missions and by US Marines in the 3rd mission. It is shown as the main rifle of the Marines, even though in the real battle of the Philippines, they mainly used the 1903 Springfield as their standard weapon.

M1 Garand - .30-06
M1 Garand in the middle of a reload.
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Lee-Enfield No.4 MK.I

Seen wielded by Chindit fighters, Some Guadalcanal natives and (real-life veteran) Martin Clemens. Not usable by the player.

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Springfield M1903A4

Used as a sniper rifle in a few of the missions by the player.

A pair of M1903A1 Springfield sniper rifles (.30-06) with 7.8x Unertl scopes. The guns pictured here were the actual rifles used in Letters from Iwo Jima (one is primary, the other is a back-up), and the rifle was fired by Master Sergeant Tom Minder, one of the technical advisors, in the film
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M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle

Used only once in Campaign mode when Gunny gives you one while on the USS California at Pearl Harbor.

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Arisaka Type 38

Used by Japanese soldiers in every level often with a bayonet attachment used in banzai charges. Cannot be used by player.

Arisaka Type 38 long rifle - 6.5x50mmSR
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Shotguns

Winchester Model 1912 Riot Shotgun

The Winchester Model 1912 shotgun is Gunny's weapon of choice and eventually used by the player in further missions.

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Machine Guns

Browning M2 Water Cooled

Used by the player aboard the USS California at Pearl Harbor.

Browning M2 Water Cooled - .50 BMG
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Type 11 LMG

Seen many times being used by Japanese soldiers, and can be used in several missions by the player (not counting the ones that are mounted at machine gun posts).

Type 11 Light Machine Gun - 6.5x50mm Arisaka.

Type 99 Light Machine Gun

Only seen and used in the final mission, first in the opening cutscene then by Japanese sailors. You eventually find one for yourself.

Type 99 light machine gun - 7.7x58mm Arisaka
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Type 92 Light Machine Gun (Lewis Gun)

Used when mounted on elephant (!) back in Burma , and at the end of the level "Supercarrier Sabotage", when mounted on a Japanese plane while the player is escaping.

Type 92 light machine gun - 7.7×58mm Arisaka

Explosives

M9A1 Bazooka

Used only in one mission in the entire game.

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Type 97 Frag Grenade

Your standard grenades as well as the Japanese's.

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Lunge Mine

Used by the "Pole Miners" during the Philippines invasion.

A poor image of a pole miner in action
Lunge Mine used by the Imperial Japanese Army participating in Self-Sacrifice

Historically, this is quite inaccurate as the Japanese would not have been using such suicidal tactics early in the war in 1941, when they were on a seemingly unstoppable offensive in the Pacific and South East Asia. It was much later in the war (1944-1945) when they began to desperately turn to suicide tactics like the Lunge Mine, the Kamikaze raids and the human-mine.

Other

Type 99 Cannon

In some levels, the player will be attacked by Japanese A6M Zeroes which will attempt to strafe the player with their Type 99 cannons.

Type 99 cannon 20mm with ammo drum
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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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