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Japanese Military Weapon display - 2nd Place Award Winner - Tennessee Military Collectors Association Show, Franklin TN, Easter 2003. One of each standard Japanese produced rifle in use by the Japanese during World War II along with the main pistols in use. Pictured above are (from left to right, Tokyo Arsenal T30 Carbine, Kokura Arsenal 22nd Series T99 Short Rifle (back), Tokyo T30 Long Rifle, Tokyo T35 Rifle, T99 Special Navy Rifle, Nagoya T2 Paratrooper Rifle, Nagoya 2nd series T44 Carbine, Tokyo Juki Kogyo Last Ditch Rifle, Mukden Arsenal T38 Long Rifle, T38 Short Rifle, Mukden Arsenal 6th series T38 Carbine, Toyo Kogyo 35th series T99 Long Rifle (back).
The pistols range from a Japanese marked Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 to a June 1945 dated Type 94 Nambu Pistol. Also included were: A Tokyo Papa Nambu, a Dummy Papa Nambu, an un-externally numbered T26 revolver, a standard T26 revolver, 3.6 Nagoya T14, 14.10 Nagoya T94, 18.6 Nagoya 1st series LTG T14, 19.8 Nagoya LTG T14, 19.10 Nagoya T94, 20.6 Nagoya T94 "Square Back or Last Ditch" Pistol. Major models of Japanese Nambu Pistols were displayed.
The background on this page is a representation of the Royal Chrysanthemum generally found on the receiver of most Japanese Military Rifles, signifying ownership of the Emperor.