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The Arisaka rifle (有坂銃 Arisaka-jū) is a family of Japanese military bolt-action service rifles, in production and use since approximately 1897, when it replaced the Murata rifle (村田銃 Murata-jū) family, until the end of World War II in 1945. The most common specimens include the Type 38 chambered for the 6.5×50mmSR Type 38 cartridge, and the Type 99 chambered for the 7.7×58mm Type 99 cartridge, which was comparably powerful to a modern .308 round. Many thousands of Type 99s and other Arisaka variants were brought to the United States by soldiers as war trophies during and after World War II.

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  1. Phantom Man

    Arisaka Type 99 w/ MUM

    I have a very nice Nagoya Arsenal T-99. It was nicely finished by somebody previous to me who did not take off anything but the old finish so this can be taken back to an original look if desired. This particular Nagoya series 99 is considered more collectible than others for some reason. Most...
  2. M

    Arisaka bolt and safety issue.

    Field stripped my type 38 rifle as per the instructions in the Skennerton handbook. Reassembled and the safety does not function properly in that it does not completely lock up the bolt. It did before I disassembled it and I followed all steps correctly. Now, when I engage the safety, I cannot...
  3. M

    Arisaka Parts

    I just bought a gem of a rifle. Its an Arisaka type 38 with every part present save for the dust cover and cleaning rod. The chrysanthemum stamp is intact and the only real flaws are surface rust on some of the steel parts, the bore is undamaged and the rifling is strong. My plan is to restore...
  4. D

    WTB OR  Arisaka type 99 handguard +

    Looking for a few T99 parts. Handguard for sure and the two opposing short screws for the bayonet band. May entertain others.
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