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    Whatís the number? Iím looking for one on a mismatched series 7. [emoji1303]
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    Youíd be surprised on what a barrel costs...Iíve seen many go real cheap. Most people are looking for stocks, handguards, screws, bolts, etc...you can probably get a barrel (or barreled action) for...
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    Are the cuts in the receiver or just the...

    Are the cuts in the receiver or just the barrel/chamber area? Maybe a candidate for a new barrel so she can bark again?
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    This mum qualifies as scrubbed in my book. Any...

    This mum qualifies as scrubbed in my book. Any mark is considered a canceled mum. Just like the small circles on rifles sold to other countries or used for training. After the war, many different...
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    If this was mine, Iíd probably get a repo hook. Originals have to be scavenged from another assembly and those usually cost upwards of $300. Contact Don Schlickman, he may be able to help you out.
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    You can always compare your rifle/condition...

    You can always compare your rifle/condition against previous sales on Gunbroker. Just understand Gunbroker prices are higher than one would normally get in a local market/gun show.
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    Sorry to hear your rifle was sanded...a huge...

    Sorry to hear your rifle was sanded...a huge turnoff by many collectors.

    As for your finish, by series 6, Nagoya could no longer get the superior Chinese Urushi lacquer to finish rifle stocks and...
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    Iím viewing on a phone so I donít see rounded grooves but I do believe the color is off. Maybe lightly sanded...at least the urushi finish as been stripped with a solvent in a previous attempt to...
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    The stock is unfortunate but still a nice rifle...

    The stock is unfortunate but still a nice rifle for a great price.

    Thereís something medieval about clicking on a bayonet on to a Japanese rifle. As Othais says on his C&Rsenal channel....the...
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    The bluing looks good, bonus on the crisp mum and...

    The bluing looks good, bonus on the crisp mum and marking. Repo dust covers are usually off color. The stock looks to have been sanded or striped, hard to tell in the pictures. Early Nagoya rifles...
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    ID this Ammo belt??

    Disregard...found it.
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    Beaded in what I see in the pictures, this is a training rifle, not a Type 99.

    It has what appears to be mixed features of a Type 30 and Type 38. More so a Type 30 with a Type 38 bolt. The single...
  13. Thread: SRS Request

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    Thanks much! You guys are awesome.

    Thanks much! You guys are awesome.
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    Thanks. Just curious as Iím the nostalgic type when it comes to rifles.

    Does SRS go back to older rifles? I also have an 1873 Springfield Trapdoor (185685) that was passed down in the family and...
  15. Thread: SRS Request

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    SRS Request

    Are there any fine folks here able to look up my Krags and tell me if the database has any info on them.


    219755 and 395736


    Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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    The one on the right looks like itís for a type 99 because the floor plate has a hinge pin. Type 38s do not have this and the entire floor plate separates when released. The problem i see is the...
  17. Inscriptions on Arisaka rifle stock, definitely used in Pacific by Japanese

    These marking usually indicate it is a training rifle and is the name of the school.

    This was either made as a training rifle (bore has no rifling=do not shoot it) or a previous rifle removed...
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    Japanese rifle markings

    35 Series Toyo Kogyo can have two different circular inspection stamps. One circle has two vertical lines like a smaller series 4 Nagoya marking. The other is a circle with a K inside.

    The...
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    Is it a long or short Type 99? Long rifles had...

    Is it a long or short Type 99? Long rifles had an extra kanji left of the series marking. If itís a short rifle, it could be an inspector/acceptance stamp if the arsenal markings were placed too...
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    Are you positive on the 30-06 Ackley? Type 38 /...

    Are you positive on the 30-06 Ackley? Type 38 / 44 / 99 rifles are known for having generous chambers that allowed for grit/grime that normally jammed up other rifles.

    Is the receiver or barrel...
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    This guy sells many reproduction parts for...

    This guy sells many reproduction parts for Japanese firearms. Iíve purchased from him before. [emoji1303]


    Don Schlickman
    email: dfsjpn@aol.com
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    Not at all but Iím viewing from a cell phone. From what I see, pictures are good, so is the rifle. [emoji1303]
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    Nice. I have two matching series 4 Nagoyas, one...

    Nice. I have two matching series 4 Nagoyas, one has the mum. Sadly, both have a little bit of stock damage at the side drain hole.
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    Nice rifle! The metal does need some love in the...

    Nice rifle! The metal does need some love in the form of Kroil and brass wool. It should clean up nice.
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    You have a Type 38 (I assume itís a rifle, not a carbine since I canít see the barrel) made by the Koishikawa Arsenal (Tokyo). They cranked out a little more than 2 million of these rifles so based...
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