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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.
This year I purchased a Japanese Arisaka in 7.7JAP from one of our fellow forum users. While all ammo is difficult to come by this past year the 7.7JAP has always been a bit of a unicorn.
Steinel Ammo had 7.7JAP on backorder with a notice on their website saying there was a 3-4...
I have a couple of milsurp rifles in my collection i'm looking to possibly trade with another user for other military surplus rifles. I am not looking to sell and most likely won't be listing these for a cash price. These dont have much place in my collection, either to ammo being unavailable or...
New Arisaka index stop, never mounted.
Genuine product, not a knock off.
I purchased it directly from Arisaka’s webpage.
I take PayPal friends and family.
shipping OK, buyer pays for shipping ($4.99)
No trade request please.
No face to face requests please.
I bought this rifle from a gun show many years ago with a missing bolt, which I then purchased and proceeded to fire 10 or 20 rounds through, and it's sat in the safe ever since. The whole rifle is in kinda rough shape, the mum was either ground down or experienced heavy wear over the years, I'm...
For sale is off my main rifle, as I replaced it with a AN-PEQ15 before I got much chance to use it.
Nearly brand new Steiner CQBL laser pointer. This originally was developed for the HK MP7. It has a standard red laser and also an IR laser that you can run under nods. The IR laser is slaved to...
This week I picked up a Type 99 Arisaka from another fine member on this site. Here it is next to its former foe: the M1 Garand.
This Arisaka was made in 1942....produced while my grandfather recovered in the hospital from wounds sustained at Pearl Harbor.
This past week I've thought a lot...
4 boxes of 20ea. 150 gr SST for the Japanese Arisaka type 99 rifle. The box is labeled "Contract Loaded by Hornady".
Asking $50 per box but I'm open to offers especially if you want all 4 boxes. I may consider trades for any 308 hunting rounds, 6.5 Creedmoor Hornady Precision Hunter or 300...
I am looking for parts for my Arisakas:
Type 99 (early type, not last ditch):
AA sight leafs
Front site band
If you have any of the above let me know, Thanks!
I have an Arisaka Type 38 Training rifle for sale or trade. This rifle is meant for Training/Blankfire purposes only. Unfortunately, the ATF still considers the receiver a firearm, so an FFL transfer or CR license is required for this rifle.
Condition: The bolt cycles just fine...
Hello all -
For sale here is a Series 7 Type 99 made by Nagoya. This factory produced through the entirety of WW2. The bolt handle and body both match to the receiver. This looks to be a later war rifle as evidenced by the simplified safety grooves. It shoots smoothly with Steinel 7.7 Jap...
Selling a surefire 300C (500 lumens) with UE07 tail cap and switch, Cloud Defensive Light Control System, and an Arisaka inline mount. Everything is in great condition, the wire is a little warped from being in the light control system, but everything looks and works great. Was mounted to a gun...
Im continuing to pare down my bayonet collection to my core interests as such there are a few bayonets I am no longer going to collect.
1. An excellent example of a 2nd Variation Type 30 bayonet made by Toyoda Loomworks under Nagoya Army Arsenal supervision. This bayonet was made around...
Arisaka Type 99 Short Rifle, Nagoya Series Two mfg. in 1942. Chambered in 7.7x58. Receiver serial number ending in “416” matches the bolt and other serialized parts. Chrome bore in excellent condition. Cock on close bolt with chrome bolt face. Overall bluing is in very good condition. Includes...
The Arisaka mount is in good condition. Only reason I'm selling it is because I got a new light, and the light is longer than the mount so I can't attach it to the rail. I did have a SureFire 300 Scout On it previously, and it fit perfectly.
The IWC mount is for a VTAC Alpha hang guard. Same...
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...
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...