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    I recently sold off a series 7 Nagoya Type 99 that looked like it took a hard frag hit.




    I also have a Type 38 carbine that was hit by frag or a bullet and cracked the stock down the center. I X-ray’d it at work one day, hoping to see a bullet or frag in the stock but whatever did the damage was removed.


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