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    Jap rifle help please

    Picked this up other day. Is a duffel cut. ground mum, wood butt plate bad bore. there is some small things that are throwing me off if it is a type 38. Cut out on receiver right side behind bolt.
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    I am sure down the list as an expert, but it looks to me like a Mod.99 "last ditch". It has the plum shaped bolt handle and I think Tokyo arsenal.
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    It is a Kokura series 25 Type 99 rifle . Your photo is too poor to see the first number of the serial number [ what is it ? ] . The bolt is the correct type for the rifle , does it match ? It the serial number is one I do not have I would be interested in the rifle .

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    Please show the "duffel cut", but I believe that's as they came from the factory. I have a similar "Last Ditch" and my research showed that they were made in that configuration.

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    It was made that way .

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    83905 is the number

    ---------- Post added at 06:03 AM ---------- Previous post was at 06:01 AM ----------

    will get some more pictures up latter today.Want to make sure what I have before I decide to sell it.

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    Now that I know the number , it is a series 24 . Your series mark in the photo was also to poor to see.

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    Here is some more pictures




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    Back to 25 now that I can see.

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    Thanks guys when I get back from 3 day gun show will see if bore cleans up been soaking it in kroil.


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