|Putting the "man" in "man packed"|
In other words, the Japanese focus is clearly on infantry and tanks and the secondary pieces of equipment seem to be an afterthought. I don't know if this is accurate to the time but it certainly makes for interesting play and list making.
The kit, provided by Battlefront, is another good one. And because you only ever need 2 of the guns, you get all you need out of one USD$17.50 package.
The Type 92 had a long and storied history as a man packed/light infantry gun. Showing up first before Nomonhan it saw significant service throughout World War 2, then in the post Revolution Chinese army and finally, it even showed up in NVA formations against the French and Americans in Vietnam.
The majestic EasyArmy.com breaks down the stat line. This unit is, essentially, a mortar team with a gun shield. With the Japanese special rules however, you don't have to worry about re-rolling for only having 2 guns. Sadly, there is no smoke option. Which, from what I've read, isn't strictly historically accurate.