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    Nagoya Type 99

    I think it is a Nagoya, Series 6, Type 99 if I'm reading the markings correctly. All serial numbers are matching on all parts marked with serial number, Mum is ground off. Have had this one for about a year or so. Was able to find some ammo from precision cartridge 174 Gn, FMJ. So took her to the range 100 yds was able to get them in to 5" group even with my not so good eyes once I figured out the hold under and adjust for windage. Don't see much on range reports on these old girls so figured I would share. Had a bunch of funny looks at the range most could not figure out what rifle it was.
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    You have some other nice pieces in that one photo also!


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