If I did my math right, yours is the 768,234th rifle turned out at that facility. Here is a real nice WWII Japanese Type 99 rifle in 7.7mm Japanese. more info Quick view Add to Cart. 2 screws if short. 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. JAPANESE ARISAKA TYPE 99 NAGOYA NO SERIES HANDGUARD, LENGTH 16 3/8â , NO CRACKS OR SPLITS, NORMAL DENTS AND DINGS. Post Sep 23, 2008 #1 2008-09-23T22:17. Arisakatype38serialnumberdates 5 Arisaka. Neither The High Road nor any of its directors, members, managers, employees, agents, vendors, or suppliers will be liable for any direct, indirect, general, bodily injury, compensatory, special, punitive, consequential, or incidental damages including, without limitation, lost profits or revenues, costs of replacement goods, loss or damage to data arising out of the use or inability to use this forum or any services associated with this forum, or damages from the use of or reliance on the information present on this forum, even if you have been advised of the possibility of such damages. With the outbreak of the Pacific war though, it never allowed the Japanese army to completely replace the Type 38 and so the Imperial Japanese Army used both rifles during the war. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body. I like the striped wood on this rifle, the bore is in surprisingly good shape though on this series rifle not … $8.00 shipping. The age of the mark appears to be of the same age as some of the other old dents and dings on this stock. Although The High Road has attempted to provide accurate information on the forum, The High Road assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information. I also have an Arisaka Type 99. Like the. As was so often the case with many of the nations that fought in WWII, the Japanese started to implement cost saving measures into their war instruments in order to speed up production. Was it applied by a former owner of the rifle here in the states by accident or on purpose? To learn what I used for the white lettering please click, AI4FR                                                                                                       AI4FR. The bayonets shown … SERIAL NUMBER 88395 BARREL 25-1/2" CALIBER 7.7 JAPANESE MANUFACTURED WW2 AT NAGOYA. The Type 99 rifle is based on the earlier Type 38 Japanese rifle but is chambered in 7.7mm rather then the weaker 6.5mm caliber of the the Type 38. It was likely produced in the Late 1943, early-mid 1944 period. I traded for this Nagoya made T-99 several years ago to complement my T-14 Nagoya Nambu. T 2 Paratrooper 'Takedown' Rifles The white lettering is not original and I added this to the rifle after it was fully cleaned and inspected. Most of these arsenals were located in Japan, but two were located outside of Japan. Japanese Arisaka 99 Bolt Action Rifle, 7.7x58, Nagoya, C&R, GSS, Used. Type 99 Short Rifle Data Sheet - Page 2 14. , during the reign of emperor Hirohito, rifles were designated by the last one or two digits of their year of adoption according to the Japanese calendar. Did the Japanese love their Emperor so much that even the thought of a symbol of the emperor in other hands was not to be tolerated? "Your rifle is a 7th series Type 99 Short Rifle produced by the Nagoya Arsenal. Nagoya Arsenal was a collection of five major military facilities located in and around Nagoya, Japan. Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bolt Assembly. it is my understanding that the actual accuracy when firing at aircraft was not very good due to the ability of the shooter not being able to predict the speed of the aircraft. There is a also a lot of speculation out there as to the rifles found with an intact chrysanthemum, are these battlefield captured weapons, was the rifle missed during the removal of the chrysanthemum process, did a U.S. soldier sneak the weapon home? This was the standard 7.7 m/m Japanese rifle of the Pacific War and although it never fully replaced the 6.5 m/m Type 38 rifle In the Japanese Army, it was by 1943 the most commonly encountered Japanese infantry rifle outside of the the China/Burma Theater. First thing I noticed was it has a turned bolt, which I know isn't the norm for type 38s but it doesn't look like it has been turned by a gunsmith to me. Overall condition is fine with a nice bore and is complete with original cleaning rod. Here is a complete Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 (Series 5) stock set for an Arisaka rifle. This white lettering is not permanent and is easily removed. T 99 Sniper Rifles. Copyright © John Whitt 2020 All rights reserved. Some rifles have been found with the defacing marks not even touching the chrysanthemum and it is thought that the person doing the defacing could not bring them self to destroy a mark of the emperor. For reference, the first Type 99 series production began at Nagoya in August, 1939. When an item first arrives, I tear it completely apart to not only give it a thorough cleaning, but to photograph and document every stamp and marking. The photograph on the left is of the bolt assembly and the picture on the right is of the trigger guard assembly. The bayonets shown with each rifle are of the proper vintage for that rifle. Circa 1945 "last ditch" evidenced by cylindrical bolt handle, fixed sight ...Click for more info It is matching, including dust cover. The anti-aircraft rear sights seen here have an adjustable peep sight with folding leaf graduated in 100 meter increments from 300 to 1500 meters. Nagoya Army Arsenal Jinsen Army Arsenal Imperial Japanese - Type 99 Short Rifle Data Sheet - Page 1 ... 40th Series Not Drilled 32nd Series No Rim Rt. Made in mid-1944. To learn what I used for the white lettering please click HERE. Description: Arisaka Type 99 7.7 Jap. The 7th series is the middle/end of the transition period between early and late (last ditch) configuration. In 1933 the serial numbering system was replaced by a system in which rifles were numbered in blocks, or series, of 100,000 at a time. 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. This white lettering is not permanent and is easily removed. It's a Japanese type 99 transitional arisaka from kokura manufacturing plant 24th series(s#- 70,xxx). OK so i picked up a couple of type 99's. Yours looks real nice, good bluing. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body(Nagoya) $55.00. It is on a Type 99 Nagoya Series 2 that is in very good condition. (Some series … I figured I was in the market for a new rifle, so why not pick it up! Buy, Sell, and Trade your Firearms and Gear. Serial number "627XX". They include  Mukden in China and Jinsen in Korea. My Arisaka is a Nagoya arsenal no series 4-digit long rifle, matching, full unmarred Mum, and anti-aircraft sight. These rifles include: The Type 99 Long Rifle, the Type 99 Short Rifle, the Type 99 Carbine, the Type 99 Naval Special, the Type 100 Paratroop Rifle, and the Type 2 Paratroop Rifle. The photograph on the right is of the top of the receiver. Features of Arisaka Type 99 barrels for sale on eBay The barrel of the Type 99 Arisaka was unique at its time of fabrication, seeing it was the only chrome-lined barrel in existence then. My rod release is the square button style. We can also see in this picture that the Japanese chrysanthemum also referred to as mum for short, has been removed. I'm curious about one of them and the options that it may have come with. The kana identifies it as a 7 series rifle. A little TLC removed most of the rust on the metal without destroying what was left the original finish, of which there was little to begin with. The small rod underneath the barrel is the cleaning rod in its factory resting place. WW2 japanese type 99 arisaka rifle barrel w front sight early war nice bore. Here is a real nice WWII Japanese Type 99 rifle in 7.7mm Japanese. Free shipping. T 99 Short Rifles. There are several neat variations found in the 7th series. The anti-aircraft sights, monopod and cleaning rod are all original and intact. $11.00. The Type 99 also featured a quick release bolt and antiaircraft sights, as well as a rotating bolt(dust) cover and monopod. 8,331 8. Enlaces externos. The white highlighted Japanese symbols on the receiver indicate that this is a Type 99 rifle, or as translated would read 99 type. And 5th would be first Nagoya with short rod. $7.50 shipping. A Japanese collector found me one for approx. $3.75 shipping. This white lettering is not permanent and is easily removed. Picked up an Arisaka Type 99 Nagoya Series 7 have pics and have questions I finally picked up my first Arisaka Type 99 at a gun show last weekend. The chrysanthemum, is partially struck though mostly intact. The white lettering in the photographs is not original and I added this to the rifle after it was fully cleaned and inspected. The anti-aircraft wings on the sight are used when the sight is in the upward position. My uncle, who was a navy officer in World War II, brought home a number of souvenirs, among which was an Arisaka Type 99 7.7mm Short Rifle with a bullet hole through its buttstock. T 99 Concentric Circle Marked Short Rifles. 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 … These next two photographs are of the anti-aircraft rear sight that is found on the Arisaka Type 99 rifle. Wikimedia Commons alberga una galería multimedia sobre Fusil Tipo 99. 00. "Last Ditch" bolt with serrated bolt safety. WW2 WWII JAPANESE ARISAKA TYPE 99 8TH SERIES NAGOYA ARSENAL LAST DITCH 7.7MM RIFLE. This rifle was made at Nagoya arsenal and is a series 7. Thus, the Type 99 rifle was adopted in the Japanese calendar year of 2599 which translates to 1939 in the Western calendar. 0 Series (no series mark) Nagoya Arsenal. A late war Japanese Type 99, this rifle sat in a basement for 60 years according to the seller. The Arisaka rifles were designated with the year of the current emperor's reign. Your rifle appears to be an early type 99 model of 1939, built at the Nagoya arsenal. Bolt does no match receiver, but matches itself. Bolt does no match receiver, but matches itself. it is my understanding that the actual accuracy when firing at aircraft was not very good due to the ability of the shooter not being able to predict the speed of the aircraft. Series 7 Type 99 Arisaka, Serial Number range 818XX. It also has the Aleutian rear sight modification. Being that this is a 5th series rifle and Nagoya went to series 12 during the years of 1939 to 1945, a rough guess would place the age of this rifle some where around 1942. The Type 99 featured on this page was made at the Nagoya arsenal and is a late 5th series rifle. $8.00 shipping. ... A Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka. The Type 99 rifle is considered to be a very solid weapon and having one of the strongest receiver assemblies of any military rifle of its time. In 1933 the serial numbering system was replaced by a system in which rifles were numbered in blocks, or series, of 100,000 at a time. As I recall it is not threaded and does not need to be. The Type 99 rifle Arisaka or Type 99 short rifle ... Only about 38,000 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 millions were made. Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Joshboyfutre, Oct 12, 2017. (A) Type 99 Series 7 manufactured by Nagoya between 1939 to 1945. Most of these arsenals were located in Japan, but two were located outside of Japan. This WWII era Japanese Type 99 rifle is a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design that was used by the Imperial Japanese Army. Being that this is a 5th series rifle and Nagoya went to series 12 during the years of 1939 to 1945, a rough guess would place the age of this rifle some where around 1942. Registered Member. As a collector of WWII rifles and seeing the condition of the bore as well as the full stock I would probably go up to $800 for it. The Type 99 rifle was manufactured at nine different arsenals. Flhunter. T 38 Short Rifles (Reworks) T 38 Folding Stock Carbines (Test Type 1) T 44 Calvary Carbines. If it's only good, then $200. Buyer pays shipping and transfer SOLD Curio/Relic: Yes Manufacturer: ARISAKA Model: 99 Serial Number: 57849 Lot consists of two Japanese Type 99 "Last Ditch" & Type 38 bolt action rifles. The rifle utilized a cock-on-closing action, which improved the rate of fire from the standard Mauser cock-on-open design. "Last Ditch" bolt with serrated bolt safety. Overall nice condition, own a piece of history, 1939-45 est JAP 7.7 CAL We will only transfer through FFL, and only ship/sell to states that allow. Thus, the Type 99 rifle was adopted in the Japanese calendar year of 2599 which translates to 1939 in the Western calendar. Lot consists of two Japanese Type 99 "Last Ditch" & Type 38 bolt action rifles. Features of Arisaka Type 99 barrels for sale on eBay The barrel of the Type 99 Arisaka was unique at its time of fabrication, seeing it was the only chrome-lined barrel in existence then. The stock is in decent shape with no cracks or structural damage, but it does have the usual small nicks and scuffs Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Accessory Kit, Repro. Flhunter. Mum has been obliterated. Japanese Arisaka 99 bolt action rifle chambered in 7.7x58. $55.00. However, keep in mind that not all Type 99 barrels have this chrome lining; the feature was discontinued mid-war. There are also opportunities to get scammed. Voigt, Don The Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Rifle 2010 Edition, 2012 revision, 2012. These next two photographs are parts from the Type 99 rifle from above. 8,331 8. In very good condition, and totally matching including the Dustcover, we have an Early 1941 production Nagoya Arsenal made initial Production Run No Series Japanese Type 99 Service Rifle. The picture on the right is of the buttstock of the rifle. Firearm Discussion and Resources from AR-15, AK-47, Handguns and more! Of this specific rifle only 38,000 have been produced, 8,000 at Nagoya arsenal and 30,000 at Toyo Kogyo arsenal. The list goes on and no one really knows for sure and the circumstances for each rifle will be different.. We recommend the following: 1. T 99 Long Rifles. Colonel Nariakira Arisaka headed a commission in the 1890s and was in charge of developing a new rifle design to replace such rifles as the outdated Murata. It is a Nagoya Series 7 and all matching (Bayo lug, receiver, bolt, cocking piece, extractor, and firing pin). Japanese Arisaka 99, Nagoya Series 5 Description: Sold, pending funds All Mums in tact!! more info Quick view. I have a series 4 Type 99 Arisaka rifle from Nagoya arsinal. I have inspected a #4 series Nagoya M99 without a chrome bore and a #6 that had a chrome lining. more info Quick view Add to Cart. They include  Mukden in China and Jinsen in Korea. This WWII era Japanese Type 99 rifle is a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design that was used by the Imperial Japanese Army. Aircraft sights are missing wings. This white lettering is not permanent and is easily removed. If you ever have the opportunity to purchase a war relic and the seller is claiming that it is a "vet bring back" or has a fantastic story to go along with the inflated price of the item, always try to remember to base what you think the item is worth just on the item and not the story. Like the Nambu Type 14 pistol, during the reign of emperor Hirohito, rifles were designated by the last one or two digits of their year of adoption according to the Japanese calendar. Did General MacArthur order it to be done to help suppress the nationalistic pride? In these pictures, both the firing pin spring and the magazine spring are still attached. Either you're using the wrong URL, or this number's been deleted! Would of originally had a monopod and all the good stuff. Make: Nagoya Arsenal, Japan Model: Arisaka, Type 99 Serial Number: 52657 Year of Manufacture: 1943 - 1945 Caliber: 7.7x58mm (7.7 Jap) Action Type: Bolt Action, Internal Magazine Markings: There is no visible import mark. How did this mark in the wood come to be? In excellent condition, and totally matching, we have an Early 1942 production Nagoya Arsenal made 1st Series Japanese Type 99 Service Rifle. if the reader examines the left photograph closely, they will notice two sets of peep sights, indicating that the anti-aircraft sights do not need to be folded in the upward position for accurate fire. Fusiles Tipo 38 y Tipo 99 (en inglés) Fusil Tipo 99 (en inglés) 06-02-2015, 06:23 PM #3. Comes with a Jinsen Arsenal manufactured bayonet. This Nagoya manufactured long rifle does not have a series … Also, Front band will have 3 screws for long rod. This one even has the Dust Cover remaining, that is usually the first thing to go because they rattled. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body(Nagoya) $55.00. Still trying to figure that one out, both arsenals used the same markings. This will also give me a good idea if a particular firearm is safe to shoot. Aircraft sights are missing wings. but is chambered in 7.7mm rather then the weaker 6.5mm caliber of the the Type 38. These next two photographs are of the anti-aircraft rear sight that is found on the Arisaka Type 99 rifle. That's a good one, probably produced around early 1941. The anti-aircraft wings on the sight are used when the sight is in the upward position. Pictured with Type 30 Bayonet. (A) Type 99 Series 7 manufactured by Nagoya between 1939 to 1945. ... ( Nagoya 7th Series) $55.00. Firing Pin Cut #_____ Arisaka Type 99 Serial Numbers List; A Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka. 00. The rifle utilized a cock-on-closing action, which improved the rate of fire from the standard Mauser cock-on-open design. The chrysanthemum was either fully or partially ground off, or in some way defaced on rifles that were surrendered after the war. Did a bored U.S. soldier on the way home make it? Military pistols of Japan by Fred Honeycutt, Military rifles of Japan by Fred Honeycutt &Patt Anthony, The Japanese Naval Special type 99 rifles and carbines by Francis Allan & Carl Goddard, The standard directory of proof marks by Gerhard Wirnsberger, Official guide to gunmarks by Robert Balderson. Either way, at the end of the war when the Japanese surrendered their weapons to the Allies, they destroyed this marking. WW2 production Japans type 99 rif... on Sep 26, 2020 It is a Series 5 from the Nagoya arsenal as shown below. The Type 99 rifle would have been outfitted with the the, The Type 99 rifle is based on the earlier. 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. ... Near perfect 99, mum intact with nothing else is going over $300. I will end up taking dozens and dozens of pictures of each item. If it's a Nagoya, it should be 5th series. Pacific-War44. The Type 38. Colonel Nariakira Arisaka headed a commission in the 1890s and was in charge of developing a new rifle design to replace such rifles as the outdated Murata. Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle Description: Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle, series 4, manufactured at Toriimatsu factory of Nagoya Arsenal, serial # 6294xx mis-matched bolt, cal. Arisakatype38serialnumberdates 5 Arisaka. The Type 99 rifle is considered to be a very solid weapon and having one of the strongest receiver assemblies of any military rifle of its time. Bolt Action Rifle, MFG 1939, Series 4 Nagoya, Dust Cover, Prestine Mum, Monopod, Anti-Aircraft Sights, no Importer's Marking, Cleaning Rod, All Matching Serial Nos, Barrel Length 29.5" . Free shipping. Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bakelite Muzzle Cover. Hello all, So yesterday I was at a gun show and picked up this type 38 arisaka, full mum and no import marks. Arisaka Type 99 " Last Ditch " - 7.7 - Nagoya Army Arsenal - Free Shipping Available - Last ditch Type 99 Japanese rifle in 7.7 caliber. Looks like an Early to transitional T-99 stock to me. The Mum is not ground or stricken in any way. The finish color was changed in the 5th series to a reddish orange. Nagoya - no series #6282 Less than 8500 of the T99 Long were produced in Nagoya arsenal. Overall condition is fine with a nice bore and is complete with original cleaning rod. There is no consistency to serial numbers or arsenal marks as the rifles were converted 7 Sep 2000 Thus, the Type 99 rifl It produced various Japanese army and air war equipment during World War II including the Arisaka Type 99 rifle.Specific arsenal facilities were built, for example, in Atsuta, Chikusa, Takagi, and Toriimatsu.. Toriimatsu. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Bolt Body. The Type 38. EARLY TYPE JAPANESE TYPE 99 ARISAKA RIFLE WITH BAYONET Description: Early Type 99 - Model of 1939 is a bolt action rifle with 27 inch barrel chambered in 7.7 Jap caliber. 7.7mm, with a 26" barrel and an very good bore, the metal surfaces show about 90% original finish with surface rust, the bolt numbers are Bolt & Extractor # 837, safety 217 and the F/P 942. There should be a hole for the rod. The markings on the receiver indicate that it is a Sixth Series S/N 19508 made by the Nagoya Arsenal. WW2 japanese type 99 arisaka rifle barrel w front sight early war nice bore. Rifle made in the Nagoya Arsenal. T 100 Paratrooper 'Takedown' Rifles. The Type 99 also featured a quick release bolt and antiaircraft sights, as well as a rotating bolt(dust) cover and monopod. T 38 Long Rifles. T 38 Carbines. $109.95. It is definitely old news that the Type 99 Arisaka is my favorite WWII rifle bar none. Mum has been obliterated. These next two photographs are of the anti-aircraft rear sight that is found on the Arisaka Type 99 rifle. Author of "The Japanese T99 Arisaka Rifle" 2010 edition Co-author of "The Knee Mortars of Japan 1921-1945" 2011 edition Near Charlotte, NC. $3.75 shipping. Your thoughts? What you have there is, in fact, a Type 99 LongRifle. No one knows for sure why this was done. The cleaning rod was missing when I got it. All information is provided "as is" with all faults without warranty of any kind, either express or implied. It is missing the monopod, bolt cover, and sling. that price seems high for me, at the last large gun show here I bought a very clean ground mum t-38 with a ex bore in 6,5 Japanese with matching numbers(the dust cover was mismatched)for 275.00. eastbank. Lodestone Publications, U.S.A. ISBN 978-0-9801826-8-2. I think it was manufactured late 44 early 45 probably used and he would Jima or the Philippines. Type 99 Arisaka Nagoya series 0 with mun; There are opportunities here to find both buyers and sellers of firearms. Arisaka Type 99 Nagoya arsenal late 5th series date of manufacture. The Type 99 featured on this page was made at the Nagoya arsenal and is a late 5th series rifle. This rifle was made at Nagoya arsenal and is a series 7. I bought this 5th Series Nagoya Type 99 back in March 2011 for $300. This rifle has matching serial numbers and a full royal chrysanthemum on the receiver. The Type 99 rifle would have been outfitted with the the Type 30 bayonet. Did a homesick and bored Japanese soldier make a rising sun on his rifle? For reference, the first Type 99 series production began at Nagoya in August, 1939. $69.95. I am a pretty avid collector of military firearms but this is my first arisaka. The white lettering is not original and I added this to the rifle after it was fully cleaned and inspected. 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). In this photograph we can see the metal buttplate at the end of the stock, the sling attachment loop and an unknown circle marking. if the reader examines the left photograph closely, they will notice two sets of peep sights, indicating that the anti-aircraft sights do not need to be folded in the upward position for accurate fire. 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 calibration on the wings indicate the speed of the aircraft and are graduated from 100 to 300 kilometers per hour. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR MORE PARTS.RESTRICTED NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING.APP Neither my #7 series or the #8 series Nagoya M99s have chrome bores. P. O. Ackley tested all the various military rifles from that era and concluded that the Type 99 … The Type 99 was not spared this fate and by the end of the war, even the metal buttplates were being made from wood. $125.00. However, keep in mind that not all Type 99 barrels have this chrome lining; the feature was discontinued mid-war. $55.00. ... ( Nagoya 7th Series) $55.00. The Type 99 rifle was manufactured at nine different arsenals. It's the only Japanese rifle I have right now, but it's a good representative piece. The top of the receiver is marked with an … Arisaka Type 99 Year of Mfg. There is no consistency to serial numbers or arsenal marks as the rifles were converted 7 Sep 2000 Thus, the Type 99 rifl The photograph on the left is of the muzzle of the Type 99. The anti-aircraft rear sights seen here have an adjustable peep sight with folding leaf graduated in 100 meter increments from 300 to 1500 meters. Bayonet made in the either at the Tokyo Arsenal prior to 1936 or the Kokura Arsenal after 1936. Once they reached 100,000, a new symbol was added to the front of the serial number and it was started again from 0 and went to 99,999. Like the early Type 99 short rifles, these rifles all were made with a monopod, Anti Aircraft lead arms on the rear sight and a dust cover. Comes with a Jinsen Arsenal manufactured bayonet. Factory markings are of the Toyo Kogyo. Do not deal with someone who is wiling to break federal law by shipping to anyone but an FFL. The list is endless and as it stands now, I have no idea who or why or even how it was applied or if it is even finished or was there supposed to be more. This rifle has matching serial numbers and a full royal chrysanthemum on the receiver. A series is a block of 100,000, serial numbers went from 0 through 99,999. $7.50 shipping. Arisaka Type 99 Nagoya arsenal late 5th series date of manufacture. A Nagoya series four all matching in great shape and a great shooter as well. The calibration on the wings indicate the speed of the aircraft and are graduated from 100 to 300 kilometers per hour. The initial production rifle was made only by Nagoya Arsenal and Toyo Kogyo under Kokura Arsenal supervision. It was the intention of the Imperial Japanese Army to replace the Type 38 with the Type 99 by the end of the war. $109.95. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. Type 97 - Model of 1937 Nagoya Arsenal ... 7.7 Japanese. The Type 99 is one of the most commonly found WWII Japanese military rifles. Series arisaka type 99 nagoya series 4 all matching in great shape and a great shooter as well WWII rifle bar none chrysanthemum either! Auctions for more info arisaka type 99 nagoya series 4 5 Arisaka their weapons to the seller got it an … Looks like an to. 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