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Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Type 100 takedown Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, blued finish and b

Japanese Garand – Japan's wartime production of semi-automatic rifles was restricted to a handful of experimental and prototype models.  Shortly before the war's end, the Imperial Navy produced the Type 5 rifle, a 7.7mm caliber copy of the American M1 Garand which featured a 10-round box magazine rather than the M1's 8-round en bloc clip. Less than 100 were made and it is unlikely that any were ever issued.

Japanese Garand – Japan's wartime production of semi-automatic rifles was restricted to a handful of experimental and prototype models. Shortly before the war's end, the Imperial Navy produced the Type 5 rifle, a 7.7mm caliber copy of the American M1 Garand which featured a 10-round box magazine rather than the M1's 8-round en bloc clip. Less than 100 were made and it is unlikely that any were ever issued.

Extremely Rare Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka Type 100 Bolt Action Paratrooper Rifle

Extremely Rare Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka Type 100 Bolt Action Paratrooper Rifle

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