I don't mean to keep bugging people about this gun, but i am obsessed with it. is an Arisaka 99 an accurate gun? Discussion in 'Curio Relics Forum' started by FromTheShadows, Jan 8, 2006. Had a scoped type 99 arisaka in its chopped military stock and next to rifle was a box of 30-06 ammo. I stopped.
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The Type 38 rifle (三八式歩兵銃, sanhachi-shiki hoheijū) was a bolt-action rifle that supplemented the Type 99 Japanese standard infantry rifle during the Second World War. The design was adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1905 (the 38th year of the Meiji period , hence "Type 38") and served from then until.
I saw a type 99 Arisaka in a yard sale today. I know nothing about them, but hoped someone could give me a price check based on what I remember about it. Over all it looked pretty decent, barrel looked good, stock had a few dings and dents.The two piece stock joint was still tight. The wire bipod was missing as well as the cleaning rod. The mum was mostly there but it has been ground.
That is a wonderful story on the acquisition of your grandpa s rifle. You have come to the right place for information. I will suggest to you that you purchase Don Voigt s book on the Type 99. It is very informative and has really helped me as well as lots of others in finding information on all the different variations within the Type 99 family.
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His widow has a Japanese Type 99 rifle I am interested in buying. As best I can tell it is a matching 6th series Nagoya with intact mum, and aircraft sights, no dust cover. The stock has the standard complement of dings, scratches, and character gouges you would expect to find on a common condition Arisaka.
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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.
Here is a nice example of a rare variation of the JAPANESE ARISAKA TYPE 99. This is the long rifle variation made at TOYO KOGYO. It is a 35th Series of which only 57000 were made. The bluing is high gloss commercial type. The mum has been ground. The bolt is mismatched.
According to the overall design, it should be a 38. On the other hand, all the 38s I've seen online have two gas vent holes on the receiver while this one only has one. In addition, the bolt handles appears to be matching those on the late Type 99s. So I'm split between whether it was modeled after the Arisaka.
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This book, by my friend and author Don Voigt, is the most up to date treatise on the Japanese Type 99 Arisaka rifle to date. It covers all of the makers, variations, rifle components, accessories and development of one of military history s most fearful weapons.
The Arisaka Rifle was the official service bolt action rifle for the Imperial Japanese Armed Forces from 1897 to 1945. The First Model of the Arisaka Rifle was designed by Colonel Nariakira Arisaka in 1897. There are five major variants.
After the war returning vets were allowed to bring homecaptured rifles in the mix of Type 38 and Type 99 rifles and many others werethousands of TRAINING RIFLES that look like the battle rifle, function like thebattle rifle but are made to fire BLANKS only. Many times the returning GI didn’tknow one from the other it was simply a “Jap rifle”.
The Garand was the best rifle in WWII, and I think I'd rather carry a No4 MkI than an Arisaka. My point was that the Swedish Mauser has many of the qualities the OP likes about the Type 99, but it's a nicer rifle and it's chambered in a much more well regarded and easier to find caliber.
The Type 99 was produced in four versions, the regular issue Type 99 Short Rifle, the Type 99 Long Rifle (a limited production variant), the take-down Type 2 Paratroop Rifle, and the Type 99 Sniper Rifle. The standard rifle also came with a wire monopod and an anti-aircraft sighting device. The Type 99 was the first mass-produced infantry rifle.arisaka type 99 for sale and auction. Buy a arisaka type 99 online. Sell your arisaka type 99 for FREE today on GunsAmerica.
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The Arisaka T-99 bolt face/extractor will work on 300 Savage, 25-06, 270, 308, 30-06, 8x57 Mauser, 338 Federal, 338 Win Mag, 9.3x62 Mauser, etc. They won't all feed from the magazine. But converted to a single shot platform, you could drop a lot of rounds in there w/o altering.
Attached Files: The stock appears to be one piece. Normally the Type 38 6.5mm and Type 99 7.7mm stocks are two piece construction, the lower rear portion of the stock being dovetailed and glued to the upper portion, and the join line is usually noticeable. Never saw an Arisaka stock.
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Type 99 Arisaka Sniper Rifles (Video) The Japanese Army made significant use of snipers (or in today’s terminology, designated marksmen) as part of its infantry combined arms doctrine, and produced about 22,000 Type 97 sniper rifles for use in WWII and the Sino-Japanese War. In 1941, shortly after the adoption of the new 7.7mm rifle cartridge.
The Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Rifle. It covers all of the makers, variations, rifle components, accessories and development of one of military history's most fearful weapons. The Marine and Army soldier in the Pacific theater believed there was a Japanese sniper behind every tree. Most times it was a basic Type 99 rifle without scope.
For reference, the first Type 99 series production began at Nagoya in August, 1939. 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. The bayonets shown with each rifle are of the proper vintage for that rifle.
Twist Rate on Japanese Arisaka Type 38 6.5x50 (.268) and don't have progressive twist like the early carcano. There are some oddbal rifles built on a rare rejected action design that been shelved in favor of the 38 and 99 rifles, I think it was the Type 35 rifle, an improvement over the type 30 but with problems of its own which.Page 1 of 3 - Type 99 Arisaka rifle - posted in Bolt Action [Rifles]: So I decided to buy this beautiful Arisaka rifle yesterday. I got it for 0 at Britt Arms in Mineola, with a REALLY nice wood stock and a shiny bore. I did some research and I'm pretty sure this was a Nagoya Arsenal rifle between 1939 and 1943. (not 100% about the date range), but I couldn't be more happy with the rifle.
I was given my very first centerfire rifle on my thirteenth birthday. It was a Type 99 Arisaka, in 7.7 Jap and I used it to deer hunt for 5 seasons, until dad got me a 270, when I graduated high school. With the 7.7 I harvested my 2nd and 3rd deer, as well as missing a huge buck that will forever haunt.
Best The Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Rifle, manufactured 1939 to 1945 in the Tokyo and Nagoya Arsenals, Japan. It was the replacement of the Type 38 rifle and was the primary Japanese battle rifle until their surrender to Allied forces in 1945. The Type 99 is a variation.
Arisaka Type 99 rifle with Bayonet. Also, how I form the 7.7 brass to reload for this cartridge. This is a is a 33rd series Toyo Kogyo Arsenal rifle, with an estimated date of production between.
WW2 Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Rifle Leather Sling. All brass hardware for durability and long life. 41" long 1 1/2 wide. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Rifle Cleaning Rod. All Steel one piece. 24" long. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Muzzle Cover. Replica of the original resin Arisaka Muzzle cover used to keep water, sand etc out of the barrel.
Bayonet: An original bayonet for Arisaka is a nice addition. A bayonet in good condition will go to 0 on its own. Aircraft sights: Original productions of the rifle had a unique anti-aircraft sight that had two "wings" that folded down that I believe were to be lined up with the wings of an incoming aircraft.
Type 99. Chambered in 7.7×58mm Type 99, later rimless variants of the Type 92 and 97 cartridges also usable. Designed in 1939, then produced and fielded from 1941 to 1945, the Type 99 was the most common Imperial Japanese service rifle of World War II and second most produced imperial rifle with 2,500,000 built.
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The Type 99 made use of the 7.7x58mm Arisaka cartridge of which five such rounds were fed into the system by way of an internal box magazine or "stripper clips". Muzzle velocity was rated at 2,394 feet per second and the firing action was known as "bolt action", requiring each individual round to be loaded by operating the bolt handle.
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Arisaka type 99 short rifle with a 26" barrel,and chrome lined bore with good rifling and grooves are grey color. Has no MUM, and has writing. SN 29733,made at the Nagoya Arsenal.
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