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  Topic: Kokubunji 16.2 serial #89825
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:12 pm   Subject: Kokubunji 16.2 serial #89825
If you are the owner of Type-14 Kokubunji 16.2 date, with serial #89825 please get in touch with me either by email or post as I have information on your pistol.
  Topic: Type-26 Research Request
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Sun Sep 04, 2016 3:24 pm   Subject: Type-26 Research Request
For the time being my focus is on the Type-26. Maybe one of the rifle collectors could take on this task with regards to the rifles and machine gun.

Anyway, i have had some good responses to this ...
  Topic: Type-26 Research Request
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2016 8:42 am   Subject: Type-26 Research Request
Why yes I am. Very Happy
  Topic: Type-26 Research Request
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2016 4:42 am   Subject: Type-26 Research Request
I am currently doing some specific research on very late production and reworked Type-26 revolvers. During normal production, most parts were blued. However, the rebound lever, rebound lever screw, ma ...
  Topic: Any idea what these ammo and boxes are ( caliber, pistol, et
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:28 am   Subject: Any idea what these ammo and boxes are ( caliber, pistol, et
They do not look like Japanese repacks to me as staples are used to close the ends. Me thinks post war and unless you are willing to open on you may never know. Sad
  Topic: Mukden Carbine Sporter
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2015 7:55 pm   Subject: Mukden Carbine Sporter
A couple of years ago I was given a Mukden carbine that someone had started to sporterize and I took it in thinking one day I would finish the job. First let me say that the stock had already been cu ...
  Topic: Summer 2015 AGCA Show
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2015 4:23 am   Subject: Summer 2015 AGCA Show
As always a really nice display. I see a couple of new members added to the Type 14 section. Razz
  Topic: 2015 Blevins Shoot is Over! (pictures added)
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Tue May 26, 2015 6:47 pm   Subject: 2015 Blevins Shoot is Over! (pictures added)
Had a great time and am already looking forward to next year. One of the high lights for me this year was getting to shoot the Hamada type 1. As always it was really good seeing everyone and I want ...
  Topic: 2015 Blevins Shoot is Over! (pictures added)
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Sat May 16, 2015 8:08 pm   Subject: 2015 Blevins Shoot is Over! (pictures added)
Just got my work schedule for the week and unless something unforeseen happens should be there late Friday night.
  Topic: T-26 No external serial numbers. Inside #36 Third variation
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 7:44 pm   Subject: T-26 No external serial numbers. Inside #36 Third variation
First let me say that is a really nice internally marked Type-26. The Type-26 is marked with assembly numbers at that early serial number range and your assembly is that #10. The serial number is al ...
  Topic: T-94 Cleaning Rod Markings
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 7:34 pm   Subject: T-94 Cleaning Rod Markings
Many of the blued ones are not marked. I think they stopped that around mid-Showa 19.
  Topic: Trench Art Type 99s
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 7:33 pm   Subject: Trench Art Type 99s
I'm no expert but that is not Kanji on that stock. That is not even a good fake at it. Maybe, "Eat at Joe's Fish Shack."?
  Topic: T-94 thumb safety loose, will swing down to the 6 o'clock po
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 7:30 pm   Subject: T-94 thumb safety loose, will swing down to the 6 o'clock po
Forgot to ask, what type of canvas holsters? Some are a loose weave while some area stiffer type weave. If you can post some photos of them.
  Topic: T-94 thumb safety loose, will swing down to the 6 o'clock po
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PostForum: Japanese Weapons and Militaria   Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 7:29 pm   Subject: T-94 thumb safety loose, will swing down to the 6 o'clock po
They are be bent out a bit and that will happen. Do not try and bend at all as they are not the strongest and tend to break. Have you tried to remove the safety?
  Topic: AGCA March 21-22, 2015 (pictures added)
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PostForum: Shows, Discussion, Links, Thoughts   Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 6:57 pm   Subject: AGCA March 21-22, 2015 (pictures added)
Trey, as always it was great seeing you and your Dad and getting time to say "hey" to a number of collectors. Those Type II's were sure pricey to say the least.
 
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