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    Can you help identify bolt? Maybe Jap

    So I acquired a Arisakaicon Type 38 from an estate and included was a bolt in a pillow case. It seems to have a Jap stamp on the rear of the bolt as well as a (SD) stamp at the base of the bolt.

    Is this something one can put to a rifle?

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    Can you show us some pics? That would help...
    Regards, Jim

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    Wasn't able to edit my first post so I'll add pictures here.









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    Don't think that's Japaneseicon...I think it's a Carcano rifle bolt. https://www.libertytreecollectors.co...?idproduct=718

    And a K 98 safety...
    Regards, Jim

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    I see. Thanks. I see there mainly straight bolt though.Bent is carbine. Interesting.
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    There was the so-called Type "I" rifle purchased by Japan. Basically a Carcano rifle with Mauser type magazine in 6.5 Japaneseicon service caliber. Don't know about bolt handle configurations.

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    That is a carcano bolt. Type I bolts were straight.


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