Type 74 (7.62 mm)
The 7.62 mm Type 74 is a Japanese machine gun chambered in 7.62x51 mm NATO. It was developed as the successor of the 7.62 mm M1919A4. The Type 74 was developed to be used on the Type 74 MBT and has been fitted in other Japanese combat vehicles. In the game, the weapon is only present as a coaxial machine gun on Japanese MBTs.
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
|Vehicles equipped with this weapon|
|Type 74||Type 74 (C) · Type 74 (E) · Type 74 (F) · Type 74 (G)|
|Type 90||Type 90 · Type 90 (B)|
|Type 10||TKX · Type 10|
|Light tanks||Type 87 RCV · Type 89 · Type 16 (P) · Type 16|
The Type 74 is a heavily modified Type 62 machine gun. The Type 74 also doesn't have a 3D model in the game, It is replaced by the L8A2 3D model.
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|Ammunition||Penetration @ 0° Angle of Attack (mm)|
|10 m||100 m||500 m||1,000 m||1,500 m||2,000 m|
|Fuse delay|| Fuse sensitivity
| Explosive mass
(TNT equivalent) (g)
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|Tank machine guns|
|7.62 mm||M37 · M60D · M73 · M240 · M1919A4|
|12.7 mm||FN M3P · M2HB · M80 · M85|
|7.62 mm||C6 · MG3A1|
|7.92 mm||MG13 Dreyse · MG34 · MG37(t) · MG42|
|7.62 mm||DT · PKT · PKTM · RP-46 · SGMT|
|12.7 mm||DK · DShK · 6P49 · NSVT|
|7.62 mm||Browning MG4 · L3A1 · L8A1 · L8A2 · L37A1 · L37A2 · L94A1|
|6.5 mm||Type 91|
|7.62 mm||Type 74|
|7.7 mm||Type 97|
|12.7 mm||Type 60 (B)|
|7.62 mm||Type 86|
|7.62 mm||Beretta MG42/59 · FN MAG 60-40|
|8 mm||34/40M · Breda Mod. 38|
|13.2 mm||Breda Model 31|
|7.5 mm||AAT-52 · MAC 31|
|6.5 mm||ksp m/14-29|
|7.62 mm||ksp 39 C · ksp 58 · ksp 94|
|8 mm||ksp m/36 · ksp m/39B|
|12.7 mm||ksp 88|