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    Last ditch safety knob

    I have a Izawa Jyuko series 9 last ditch arisaka, that was given to me. The bolt is missing the safety knob and the gun is missing the magazine spring and follower as well. My question, can I use any last ditch safety knob,(spring and follower) our does it have to be arsenal specific?

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    Welcome to the forum, Spevin. With these sorts of questions it normally helps to post a few photos to illustrate your point because, as they say, "a picture speaks a thousand words".

    It's relatively simple to post photos once you've done it a few times.

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    Since IJ was supervised by Nagoya I would try some late Nagoya parts . Series 8 and 10 are common rifles so the parts are not too hard to find .

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    Here's a pic. The rifle was coated in cosmolineicon, including the stock. Is this a original stock or sported? Notice the leather butt plate. Another curiosity? No sling attachment.
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    The rifle has the stock cut off and sanded so much the shape has changed and the sling swivel mounting hole is gone . The buttplate has also been added after the original was removed .

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    Parts should be interchangeable. Only reason to get arsenal specific would be for collector purposes but that rifle has a lot of issues that more or less make that point moot. Making a shooter pretty easy, restoring it pretty expensive.

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    Type 99 parts are NOT interchangeable between makers .

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    Actually they are although some may require some minor fitting. It's done all the time.

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    Tell us about that join along the butt, someone, please. Was it common practice at the end of the war?

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    I have over 250 Type 99 rifles , every maker , every series and every 10,000 block . I have a pile of parts . Most parts will not interchange between makers , not even close . You have no idea what you are talking about . Do not give the guy bad advice that will make him buy parts that will not fit his rifle .

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