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    Type 38 safety help.

    I figured out just what is going on with the safety I purchased from someone. The t*t or "stop" was shaved off. Now I have to locate the t*t or "stop" and reinstall one. Problem is that I don't have a example to work from. I am basically lost without some measurements.


    Example of a safety with the t*t or "stop" .


    Anyone who has a type 38 safety, could you send me some measurements of the t*t or "stop" location please.

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    "Email removed, best to use the PM feature to protect yourself."

    My email is for a business, it's posted everywhere on the internet, I own Wasilla Locksmith safe and vault. I really need some measurements on the t*t or stop on the safety of the 25th series Kokura Arsenal Arisakaicon Type 38.

    Thanks

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    I found a thread here:



    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=4569


    Anyone have information about the model 38 safety from this thread???????

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    I've found another safety so I'm not going to try and resurrect this safety from the dead.

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