The mainstream internet is going crazy over our Nambu Type 94 video, published over a year ago on our TFBTV Youtube channel, presented by the much missed Alex C. Yesterday it hit the /r/videos subreddit.
The Type 94 was a horrendous gun. At first glance I assumed it was a late war gun made out of desperation rather than forthrought. In fact, it went through many iterations over a six year period before entering production in 1935. The design is attribute to General Kijirō Nambu, a prolific weapons designer.
In the video above, Alex demonstrates how the gun can be fired without touching the trigger.