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Call Of Duty 5 : World At War 

In Campaign, the Type 100 is a decent Submachine Gun, with little recoil and power and is very abundant unlike in real life. It has a 30-round magazine, and surprisingly proves to be almost match for the Thompson, which is only loaded with a 20 round magazine, instead of the typical 30 round magazine, or 50 or 100 round drum. One advantage the Type 100 also has over the Thompson is that ammunition is more common, which opposed to the fact that there was more Thompson than Type 100. While the Thompson has much better firepower and is very reliable, ammunition is rarely found. The Type 100 has been given a new place in Zombie mode, which is available by buying it of a wall or from the Mystery Box in Shi No Numa and Der Riese (being the only available Japanese Gun in Der Riese). It is an overall decent weapon, roughly the same as Thompson, but with a few differences in stats. When ugraded in Der Riese, it becomes the "1001 Samurais".


  • Call of Duty: World at War (Nintendo DS) is the only game in the series that shows the Type 100 being held correctly, however, the Sten Mk 2 is held in the wrong position (Left hand holding the magazine).
  • Strangely, the world model for the Type 100 shows the gun held correctly, but reloaded incorrectly, showing the player grabbing at the bottom of the gun.
  • On the picture above (Where it shows its stats) there is no trigger guard or even a trigger.
  • In the guide that comes with the game, you can barely see in the pictures: "Hold X (or [ ]) to pick up the Type 100 SMG", but in the actual game it just says: "Hold X (or [ ]) to pick up the Type 100".
  • In real life, like most Japanese weapons, the Type 100 could mount a bayonet.
  • In Call of Duty: World at War (DS), the Type 100 is the only obtainable Japanese gun in the American Campaign.
  • You reload and hold the Type 100 in almost the exact same way as the Sten in the original Call of Duty.
  • Oddly, the iron sights appear to slant slightly leftward.
  • When aiming with the Aperture Sight, the iron sights is not slanted at all, even if held by the magazine.

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