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    That caused my wow!
    Normally we find them all from WWII here, earliest I’ve seen must’ve been 1938...
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ovidio View Post
    That caused my wow!
    Normally we find them all from WWII here, earliest I’ve seen must’ve been 1938...
    Sold off most of my milsurps a couple years ago but I still have a few T38 Arisakas around, a carbine made around 1910 and a rifle from 1917.
    The rifle came with 50 rounds of Kynoch ammo and IIRC the headstamps are all '17.

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    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    I love my Type 38, it's proven very accurate and affordable with handloads....

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    I recently picked up a Type 38 not much older than yours but I gotta say, yours is in nicer condition!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-ROD View Post
    I recently picked up a Type 38 not much older than yours but I gotta say, yours is in nicer condition!!
    Thanks! It needed a little love when I got it home but you are correct, it is in pretty good shape.


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    Been caught up in black powder research I am so glad jangle hit on it for you 1921

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