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    Quote Originally Posted by CJN View Post
    thank you. seems like a bust to me. I'm not an Arasaka collector. I've started to part this out. will post the whole rifle soon on sales forum and sell parts to this who want them. Oh and to "singerB", the sling looks like a repro worked over to look well used.
    I would still post it. I recently had a Type 38 brought to me with a very malleable canvas sling attached. I thought "no way, the originals are always stiff" but sure enough, I posted photos here and they resulted in confirmation it was real. Needless to say, the owner is pretty happy (and now his gun works so he is super happy)

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