A Nagoya series four all matching in great shape and a great shooter as well. Neither my #7 series or the #8 series Nagoya … Ask a Pacific War veteran however, they’ll tell you, in no uncertain terms, Arisaka rifles were quality, battlefield weapons despite their supposedly inferior parts, oddly built stock with grains going in different directions, and seemingly out-of-place extras. But I seem to recall someone mentioning springs or something in there too? Bookmarks. You are considering a vintage Arisaka Type 38 Sporterized Nagoya 6.5x50mm Arisaka Rifle. While the two-piece stock was retained in later production, the buttplate was simplified to a flat piece of wood, and the sling swivel would eventually be reduced to a hole drilled to accommodate a length of rope. Firing Pin Cut #_____ (Early Kokura numbered the sear) 21 Inspection/Final Assembly Stamps (refer to chart to the left) Short handguard 3 - 7/8" (98mm) 12 - 9/16" (319mm) 4 - 1/2" (114mm) 12 - 1/2" (318mm) 5 - 7/8" (149mm) 12 - 1/2" (317mm) Also, Front band will have 3 … I just ordered a copy of his book. The mum has. The Mum is not ground or stricken in any way. To surrender was disgraceful, so soldiers would grind the “mum” off so as not to disgrace the Emperor. This rifle has all matching serial numbers. Here is a photo of an early Type 99, a 31st series Toyo Kogyo Type 99 made in 1940 (on top) compared to a 7th Series Nagoya late war rifle made in 1944. Excellent original condition complete matching Type 99 rifle. save hide report. ... Arisaka Type 99: Japanese Rifle from WW2, with Bayonet, Reloading 7.7 ammo. based association management company. OK I give in. degrees in Political Science and a minor in History. This is a discussion on A Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka within the Collectors forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; I traded for this Nagoya made T-99 several years ago to complement my T-14 Nagoya Nambu. Bolt does no match receiver, but matches itself. Dave, if the screws are still in the rear sight slide, then the springs are probably still in place, they are somewhat difficult to take out and replace. My rod release is the square button style. Arisaka Type 99 Nagoyo Series #10. Auction: 14444875 LSB#: 170211JH15 Make: Nagoya Arsenal, Japan Model: Arisaka, Type 99 Serial Number: 52657 Item:14444875 Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Arisaka, Intact Mum, Non-Import, Sporterized, Blue 20 1/2” WWII Military Bolt Action Rifle, MFD 1943-1945 C&R For Sale at GunAuction.com For reference, the first Type 99 series production began at Nagoya in August, 1939. Firearm Discussion and Resources from AR-15, AK-47, Handguns and more! 100% Upvoted. Page 2 of 2 First 1 2. I acquired my first WWII era rifle last night and even though it isn't perfect I am very happy to have it! It has been sporterized and is missing its forend wood, both top and bottom. Although not unsheathed, the top blade is fullered and the bottom blade is not. 2. Here is a rather nice early WWII Japanese Type 99 rifle in 7.7mm Japanese. )Izawa Jyuko (subcontacted for Nagoya, even RARER, the Nagoya "Fish" folowed by a 4 pointed star with a tiny circle in the middle) 3. Nagoya Arsenal was a collection of five major military facilities located in and around Nagoya, Japan. There should be a hole for the rod. Nagoya Army Arsenal Jinsen Army Arsenal Imperial Japanese - Type 99 Short Rifle Data Sheet - Page 1 ... Imperial Japanese - Type 99 Short Rifle Data Sheet - Page 2 14. The anti-aircraft sights, monopod and cleaning rod are all original and intact. 8,331 8. View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Dec 1969 Posts 110. I should be getting my front sight with dog ears intact shortly and all the screws are replaced. ? Preservation forum, please no altered military surplus rifles or discussions on altering in this forum. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body(Nagoya) $55.00. $7.50 shipping. The receiver has the serial number 91000 and had an imperial flower, the writing is still visible below where it use to be. more info Quick view Add to Cart. Comes with original muzzle cover. ... ( Nagoya 7th Series) $55.00. Japanese Nagoya Arsenal, Type 99. Looks like an Early to transitional T-99 stock to me. Here is a real nice WWII Japanese Type 99 rifle in 7.7mm Japanese. I'm still restoring my Type 99. share. Shooting the Series 1 Nagoya Arisaka T99. Collectors commonly refer to these weapons as “last ditch” rifles. This example is an early production 0 series Type 99 produced by Nagoya Arsenal. Steinel Ammunition is about the only manufacturer that is consistently producing what appears to be quality ammunition in a number of historic calibers, including 6.5 & 7.7 Japanese. Arisaka Type 99 Year of Mfg. Toriimatsu. Kokura (THOSE markings are RARE! Nagoya was the most prolific of the manufacturers producing slightly less than 1.1 million rifles. Close • Posted by 18 minutes ago. Wood is as original as you will find and the blueing is superb. Overall condition is very good with a nice bore and is complete with original AA sights, original monopod, and original cleaning rod. If it's just the wings only I'll go with a repro. And 5th would be first Nagoya with short rod. All matching 2nd series Nagoya Type 99 rifle sells for 1000.00 Ole "grey blanket" as you guys call him had this at auction, it ended last night. The safety knob is a finely knurled example typical of early Type 99s. The finish color was changed in the 5th series to a reddish orange. The finish color was changed in the 5th series to a reddish orange. In the world of WWII military surplus firearms, Type 99 rifles are inexpensive acquisitions Most can be purchased in the $300-$500 range depending on manufacture and quality. I also have an Arisaka Type 99. It’s a 5th series Nagoya arsenal rifle made sometime between 1940-1945. Type 99 Arisaka Nagoya series 0 with mun; There are opportunities here to find both buyers and sellers of firearms. Author of "The Japanese T99 Arisaka Rifle" 2010 edition Co-author of "The Knee Mortars of Japan 1921-1945" 2011 edition Near Charlotte, NC. It is matching, including dust cover. It is on a Type 99 Nagoya Series 2 that is in very good condition. This rifle is from the Toriimatsu factory, Nagoya Japan, 10th series, serial 52701. Here is a photo of an early Type 99, a 31st series Toyo Kogyo Type 99 made in 1940 (on top) compared to a 7th Series Nagoya late war rifle made in 1944. Skip navigation Sign in. This rifle has matching serial numbers and a full royal chrysanthemum on the receiver. I hope this helps. “Bring-back” rifles with the original military souvenir paperwork will command the highest prices today. This rifle has matching serial numbers and a full royal chrysanthemum on the receiver. Comes with a Jinsen Arsenal manufactured bayonet. more info Quick view. Buy online, view images and see past prices for WWII Japanese Type 99 Arisaka 7.7mm rifle Series 1 Nagoya Arsenal matching w/ Mum. I can't find any schematics of the rear sight. As the war progressed this would be simplified to first a series of vertical groves, and then later, to a flat piece of metal. When the rifle first went into production in 1939 a “short” and “long” rifle were both produced, about 3/4” and a hand guard made the difference. Quarter Ton Military Vehicles (Jeeps, etc. Kokura manufactured series 20's from 1939 - … $16.51. This rifle has matching serial numbers and a full royal chrysanthemum on the receiver. Digg; del.icio.us; StumbleUpon; Google; Posting Permissions You may not post new threads; You may not post replies; You may not post attachments; You may not edit your posts ; BB code is On; Smilies are On; code is On; code is On; … 7 posts • Page 1 of 1. lthilsdorf Posts: 261 Joined: Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:01 pm. Now I've got the correct stock. Overall condition is fine with a nice bore and is complete with original cleaning rod. All collectible military bolt rifles are discussed here. This rifle was made at Nagoya arsenal and is a series 1. © 2020 Active Interest Media All rights reserved. Of the 3.5 million Type 99 Arisaka rifles produced during the war, only about 38,000 long-rifle variants were produced: 8,200 at Nagoya and 30,000 at Toyo Kogyo between summer of 1940 and spring of 1941. There are also opportunities to get scammed. However, keep in mind that not all Type 99 barrels have this chrome lining; the feature was discontinued mid-war. The hinge was weak and the stock prone to cracking. Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up. The cleaning rod was missing when I got it. 8,331 8. I suspect that the G.I. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body(Nagoya) $55.00. The bayonets shown with each rifle are of the proper vintage for that rifle. In excellent condition, and totally matching, we have an Early 1942 production Nagoya Arsenal made 1st Series Japanese Type 99 Service Rifle. The initial production rifle of the Type 99. 7 for Nagoya, 5. Show Printable Version; Email this Page… 09-11-2010, 01:22 PM #1. I should be getting my front sight with dog ears intact shortly and all the screws are replaced. We recommend the following: 1. WW2 japanese type 99 arisaka rifle barrel w front sight early war nice bore. If it's a Nagoya, it should be 5th series. It’s a 5th series Nagoya arsenal rifle made sometime between 1940-1945. Now I've got the correct stock. The bayonets shown with each rifle are of the proper vintage for that rifle. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thus, the Type 38 rifle was designed in the 38th year of the reign of Emperor Meiji (1905), and the Type 44 carbine was adopted in the 44th year of his reign (1911). Here is a photo of an early Type 99, a 31st series Toyo Kogyo Type 99 made in 1940 (on top) compared to a 7th Series Nagoya late war rifle made in 1944. Early war Series 1 Arisaka Type 99. We all know it is practically unheard of for a WW2 Japanese Type 99 to be available in this condition with matching numbers, but we have this available now at the shop. Made only by Nagoya Arsenal and Toyo Kogyo under Kokura Arsenal supervision. WWII 7.7mm Japanese Arisaka Type 99 rifle complete Ejector Box assembly gun part. Prior to the U.S. ammunition shortage during the Obama Presidency, major manufacturers would produce limited runs of 6.5mm and 7.7 mm Japanese ammunition. Japanese Arisaka Serial Number Database Arisaka Type 99 Serial Numbers List; A Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka. … During the shortage, however, they ceased production to meet the demands of more common calibers and haven’t restarted those lines. If it's a Nagoya, it should be 5th series. A late war Japanese Type 99, this rifle sat in a basement for 60 years according to the seller. As the war strained Japan short-cuts were made to the rifle production process. A Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka. Your rifle appears to be an early type 99 model of 1939, built at the Nagoya arsenal. Press J to jump to the feed. Its a type 99 Arisaka. The rear sight is graduated out to 1,500 meters. 2. here My Arisaka Type 99 Short Rifle nagoya Serie 1 with the MUM intact, the monopod, AA sight, chrome Bore etc... i also have the original ruberised sling and 4 original 7.7x58 incendiary round !!! In addition, a gas escape hole (drain holes are located on the bottom of the receiver in front of the floor plate and right side of rifle. Stock piles of previously chromed barrels made their way into production at various times making a "cut-off" date impossible to determine. (B) Type 38 manufactured by Koishikawa between 1906 to 1935. 06-02-2015, 06:23 PM #3. Early production Type 99s have a cupped, metal buttplate to protect the toe from chipping. You are considering a used Japanese Nagoya Arsenal, Type 99 Series 1, made in 1939 — It’s chambered in 7.7x58mm Arisaka. Exceptional example of an early First Series 7.7mm Arisaka rifle from 1941! Pacific-War44. Many of these wings were broken off or, in the case of later models, not attached due to their lack of practicality and additional production time and expense. AA rear sights ("wings" present and working). Condition: EXCELLENT. It is a “last ditch” Type 99 that was made without the Japanese “Type 99” markings and without decorative metal work on the rear of the safety. Receiver matches the bolt, the front barrel band does not appear to have any numbers (not sure if the is normal, thought they are supposed to be numbered). Registered Member. Post Sep 23, 2008 #1 2008-09-23T22:17. Too often, collectors think of WWII Japanese rifles as being crude and of dubious quality. This Nagoya manufactured long rifle does not have a series … "Last Ditch" bolt with serrated bolt safety. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body(Nagoya) $65.00. Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bakelite Muzzle Cover. It has been sporterized and is … Japanese rifles were issued with a Chrysanthemum, a symbol of the Emperor. There are also opportunities to get scammed. This Spot Reaches More than 10,000 people a day. Article about: Hello all! "Your rifle is a 7th series Type 99 Short Rifle produced by the Nagoya Arsenal. Shooting the Series 1 Nagoya Arisaka T99. In the endeavor of a well-rounded WWII collection I have added a Japanese Arisaka Type 99 "last ditch" model. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts From my research, the Nagoya Arsenal made the no series initial run of 99 Long rifles # 1 to 8,200 without the series mark and the first short rifles without a series mark # 1 to 99,999. No cleaning rod. The rifle illustrated here is an early production 0 series Type 99 produced by Nagoya Arsenal. Only about 38,000 of the long version were produced: 8,000 at Nagoya and 30,000 at Toyo Kogyo between summer of 1940 and spring of 1941 when production was switched to the much more common new Type 99 short rifle of which more than two million were made. Also, Front band will have 3 … David Rogers. This rifle was made at Nagoya arsenal and is a series 7. Second Media Corp., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. Price: $2,995.00 SOLD! As the war strained Japan short-cuts were made to the rifle production process. FAST 'N FREE. Please read the rules at the top of each forum. A forum community dedicated to all firearm owners and enthusiasts. $11.00. JavaScript is disabled. Looks like an Early to transitional T-99 stock to me. A Japanese collector found me one for approx. First things first. A series is a block of 100,000, serial numbers went from 0 through 99,999. And 5th would be first Nagoya with short rod. Additionally, the bottom half of the stock was sawn off and reattached to alter the angle of the wood grain further strengthening the toe. Japanese Arisaka 99 bolt action rifle chambered in 7.7x58. WW2 japanese type 99 arisaka rifle barrel w front sight early war nice bore. But it's still missing the anti aircraft … Arisaka Type 99 Nagoya arsenal late 5th series date of manufacture. Unissued, matching late 7th series Type 99 Arisaka. I have inspected a #4 series Nagoya M99 without a chrome bore and a #6 that had a chrome lining. By BayEagle in forum For Sale Replies: 7 Last Post: 06-28-2008, 01:17 AM. In the endeavor of a well-rounded WWII collection I have added a Japanese Arisaka Type 99 "last ditch" model. It’s in great shape for its age and includes its mum with kanji inscription. Ryan Roth is a Policy Specialist at FrontlineCo, a Springfield, Il. $109.95. It was likely produced in the Late 1943, early-mid 1944 period.

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