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    Series 11Nagoya Type 99 Question

    I just obtained this series 11 Nagoya Type 99. It appears to be an all-matching number rifle (receiver, bolt, extractor, firing pin). Can anyone please advise the correct bayonet and sling for this rifle? Thank you!
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    Any type 30 bayonet would be appropriate but if you want to match something closer to when the rifle was built, you can get a last ditch type bayonet as well. They used what was on hand. Original slings are almost impossible to find but a late war fabric reproduction would be your best option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Any type 30 bayonet would be appropriate but if you want to match something closer to when the rifle was built, you can get a last ditch type bayonet as well. They used what was on hand. Original slings are almost impossible to find but a late war fabric reproduction would be your best option.
    Great, thank you!


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