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Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by AndyinEverson, May 25, 2017.
Tell me more. Is that a M 94?
It’s an m38
What caliber ?
It’s a mosin. 7.62x54r
Japanese Arisaka Type 99
The chrysanthemum was at least partially ground off on rifles which were surrendered after the war, apparently as a face-saving gesture. Rifles captured in the field, however, normally have the chrysanthemum symbol intact.
Markings on Japanese Arisaka Rifles and Bayonets of World War II
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I’ve just done the unthinkable!
Relax y’all! The original stock and rings are still perfect! Now I don’t have to worry at all about dents and dings.
That’s a really nice gun
It’s a great shooter! Thank you.
I have seen a lot of front line footage of the Iwo Jima invasion and many m1 carbines were present and accounted for many casualties I’m sure.
From what I understand the M39 is supposed to be the premier Finnish Mosin as the trigger is so refined and I agree but my M27 Tikka shoots better than my M39 Sako mostly due to a rotted barrel.