Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5x50mm - rifle
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This 27th series Nagoya Type 38 is in very good overall condition, retaining the crysanthemum, cleaning rod and the dust-cover. It is one of 40,000 standard Japanese Type 38’s in 6.5x50mm that were sent as aid from Japan to Thailand during the Franco-Th

This 27th series Nagoya Type 38 is in very good overall condition, retaining the crysanthemum, cleaning rod and the dust-cover. It is one of 40,000 standard Japanese Type 38’s in 6.5x50mm that were sent as aid from Japan to Thailand during the Franco-Th

This 27th series Nagoya Type 38 is in very good overall condition, retaining the crysanthemum, cleaning rod and the dust-cover. It is one of 40,000 standard Japanese Type 38’s in 6.5x50mm that were sent as aid from Japan to Thailand during the Franco-Th

This 27th series Nagoya Type 38 is in very good overall condition, retaining the crysanthemum, cleaning rod and the dust-cover. It is one of 40,000 standard Japanese Type 38’s in 6.5x50mm that were sent as aid from Japan to Thailand during the Franco-Th

Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5x50mm - rifle
ID #: 44025
Seller: Acme
Licence: 576-478-30F
City: Langwarrin
State: Victoria
Phone: 412219138
Price: $1,190.00
Status: FOR SALE
Caliber: 6.5x50mm
Condition: VERY GOOD
Scope: n/a
Serial #:: Stock#21291
Transfer Instructions: All firearms must be transferred through a Firearms Dealer
Description:
This 27th series Nagoya Type 38 is in very good overall condition, retaining the crysanthemum, cleaning rod and the dust-cover. It is one of 40,000 standard Japanese Type 38’s in 6.5x50mm that were sent as aid from Japan to Thailand during the Franco-Thai War of 1940 – 1941, designated as the Thai Type 83, they were issued to second line troops. These rifles were taken straight from the assembly lines at the Nagoya and Kokura Arsenals, before leaving the factory the crysanthemums were cancelled out by eight stamped ‘0’s surrounding the perimeter. this particular rifle was manufactured at the Nagoya arsenal in early 1940, with an assembly number of 30721
 

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