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  Topic: Bring Back package (Papers, shipping box, 2 rifles)
chils123

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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 12:54 pm   Subject: Bring Back package (Papers, shipping box, 2 rifles)
I almost went to the show in Allentown this weekend, but ended up staying home. Since I had the morning off I decided to go to a small show up near Buffalo NY that I haven't been to in about 3 or 4 ye ...
  Topic: Minty No Series Tokyo Artillery Arsenal Type 38
chils123

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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:10 am   Subject: Minty No Series Tokyo Artillery Arsenal Type 38
Picked this up at the Rochester Gun show yesterday. I've been on the lookout for a nice Type 38 and this one spoke to me. It's all matching minus the firing pin and an non-numbered bolt release. The m ...
  Topic: Substitute Standard Type 99 with Wire Bail Sling
chils123

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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:03 pm   Subject: Substitute Standard Type 99 with Wire Bail Sling
Just won this in an online auction. I like good clean up rifles like this to save and bring back. The auction house didn't put too much info on arsenal or series number, but you can see it's a Nagoya ...
  Topic: Nearly unissued Type 44 (1st variation bayonet/muzzle cover)
chils123

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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Thu Jul 21, 2016 5:34 am   Subject: Nearly unissued Type 44 (1st variation bayonet/muzzle cover)
Thanks!

I'm hoping there is a way I can at the very least install the old, properly marked trigger into the new sear I receive. It looks like a little rivet holds it in place, so I'd have to find s ...
  Topic: Nearly unissued Type 44 (1st variation bayonet/muzzle cover)
chils123

Replies: 2
Views: 5195

PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:22 pm   Subject: Nearly unissued Type 44 (1st variation bayonet/muzzle cover)
Placed an absentee bid on a Type 44 and won it for what I think was a decent priceof $475 plus the fee to transfer it. It was listed as an "Old German Army Rifle (Possibly Japanese or SKS)" ...
 
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