They were shorter and handier than the Type 97 and fired the heavier 7.7mm cartridge. Japanese Arisaka 7.7 Bolt Action - Type 99 - Nagoya Army Arsenal - Intact Mum - Free Shipping. 8,331 8. or Best Offer. Catalog Page. blue. $19.95. It wasn't particularly used nor was it it cared for, so it has been left rusting for decades. What you have there is, in fact, a Type 99 LongRifle. Type 99 long rifles basically a mix between a Type 38 rifle and a Type 99 short rifle. Type. The bayonet came along a little later off eBay. 26 inch round. The Japanese Type 99 rifle was produced 1935-1945, and underwent several design changes through the years to simplify and speed up the production. Make: Nagoya Arsenal, Japan Model: Type II “Paratrooper” (Based on the Arisaka Type 99) Serial Number: 4528 Year of Manufacture: 1942 – 1944 Caliber: 7.7X58mm (7.7 Jap) Action Type: Bolt Action with Internal Magazine Markings: There is no visible import mark. Milestone Auctions TOP RATED. Pre-Owned. Type 99 long rifle. Item Views. Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Arisaka Paratrooper Type 2 Rifle 7.7 Jap. $14.15 shipping. All of the numbered parts are matching. The 7th series is the middle/end of the transition period between early and late (last ditch) configuration. Description. The receiver has the serial number 91000 and had an imperial flower, the writing is still visible below where it use to be. The top of the receiver has had its “chrysanthemum” (the Imperial ownership seal) removed. See Sold Price 11 bids. . . Was duracoated to protect finish; original finish under duracoat. Hello! Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Bolt Action Sniper Rifle with 4x Scope. Our Assessment: This Japanese Type 99 Arisaka was made by the Nagoya Arsenal between 1943 and 1945. 1942? Type 97 - Model of 1937 Nagoya Arsenal Sniper Configuration only : In the late 1930's the Japanese developed a rifle to compete in 'Modern Warfare'. View Shipping, Payment & Auction Policies . Item Interest. Note: Toyo Kogyo also made “last ditch” short rifles in the 35th series late in WWII. The two main manufacturers were Nagoya Arsenal and Toyo Kogyo. and no mono-pod or cleaning rod. Finish. It fires the 7.7mm X 58 Arisaka cartridge. Surplus. The Type 38. or … Registered Member . 8,331 8. You are considering a used Japanese Nagoya Arsenal, Type 99 Series 1, made in 1939 — It’s chambered in 7.7x58mm Arisaka. It was a redesign of the Type 38 in a larger caliber, 7.7 Japanese. Free shipping. Ships from Willoughby, OH, United States. It is over 70 years old and still looks impressive. I traded for this Nagoya made T-99 several years ago to complement my T-14 Nagoya Nambu. The bayonets shown with each rifle are of the proper vintage for that rifle. It became available in two lengths. Serial # Manufacturer. AlleyOop007. "99th year infantry rifle") was a Japanese bolt-action sniper rifle designed by General Giichi Dōgane in 1939 and produced by a variety of arsenals in Japan, Korea and Manchuria from 1939 to 1945. For reference, the first Type 99 series production began at Nagoya in August, 1939. This Japanese bayonet also fits on the older 6.5 mm. $249.99. Arisaka Type 99, 7.7×58mm Arisaka. Nagoya Arsenal did not use a series number, but Toyo Kogyo was assigned the 35th series (テ). . You are considering a used Japanese Nagoya Arsenal, Type 99 Series 5, made in 1943 — It’s chambered in 7.7x58mm Arisaka. Any thoughts on when a Type 99 rifle built at the Nagoya arsenal, 5th series with a serial number of 98698 was manufactured? Sell a Similar Item. The barrel is 25.75″ long and the bore is bright and shiny and in good condition, no rust. Ending Jan 3 at 8:18PM PST 9d 23h. Pre-Owned. That's a good one, probably produced around early 1941. Made only by Nagoya Arsenal and Toyo Kogyo under Kokura Arsenal supervision. The metal parts have retained most of their original finish, but there are some areas of brown patina and minor freckling. . AlleyOop007. It was manufactured in the Nagoya arsenal. WW2 Japanese Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka Type 99 Rifle in 7.7 Japanese **Last Ditch** GI#: 101572344. Original WWII Japanese Type 30 Arisaka Bayonet Jinsen Arsenal T38 T99 Last Ditch. Post Apr 04, 2009 #2 2009-04-04T13:41. Grip. Registered Member. or Best Offer . Free Local Pick-Up Willoughby, OH, United States. Watch; ORIGINAL JAPANESE WWII ARISAKA TYPE 99 TRIGGER GUARD, BOLT STOP, & TRIGGER . The initial production rifle of the Type 99. As noted above, it is not series marked but seems to have features of both 7th and 8th series. . There is no consistency to serial numbers or arsenal marks as the rifles were converted 7 Sep 2000 Thus, the Type 99 rifl $119.95. 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. 359. . $25.99… 7/31/20 - This is an original WW2-era Japanese Arisaka Type 99 rifle complete with monopod. Time left 5d 2h left. WWII JAPANESE ARISAKA HIKARI SEIKI TYPE 30 BAYONET SWORD & SCABBARD ANTIQUE. $225.00. WW2 "Last Ditch" Type 99 Arisaka produced at the Imperial Japanese Nagoya Arsenal. ORIGINAL JAPANESE ARISAKA NAGOYA ARSENAL TYPE 99 BOLT ASSEMBLY. Sword bayonet for use on the 6.5 mm. Like the earlier Type 38 Rifles (which the Type 99 was designed to replace) it featured the same strong Mauser based bolt action and knob safety as found on the Type 38’s. . There are several neat variations found in the 7th series. Stock in great condition! Estimated 1939/1940 production. The receiver has serial number 88484 and has two imperial flower stamps. This example is from the 46th series, the 2nd series produced by the Toyoda Jido Shokki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works), under Nagoya Army Arsenal supervision. Arisaka Type 99 Nagoya arsenal late 5th series date of manufacture. VG-Excellent condition. In excellent condition, and totally matching, we have an Early 1942 production Nagoya Arsenal made 1st Series Japanese Type 99 Service Rifle. Genuine WWII Japanese Empire Rifle. Post Nov 01, 2009 #1 2009-11-02T00:31. Il signore degli anelli la terza era. Curio & Relic Long Gun. $0.99. Our Assessment: This Japanese Type 99 Short Arisaka was made by the Nagoya Arsenal between 1939 and 1943. Towards the end of WWII they were very crudely made, and are commonly referred to as “Last Ditch” rifles. $12.00 shipping. For Sale from Valley Gun Works | Positive feedback: 94% View | Verified Seller | 154 Completed Sales View Sellers Items Description: Available - Straight from the pacific theater, a Japanese Arisaka bolt action rifle in 7.7 caliber. Gauge. Vets Estate Late War Matsushika Arisaka Bayonet. Watch; ORIGINAL JAPANESE ARISAKA TYPE 99 BOLT BODY WITH EXTRACTOR WITH BLUED BOLT FACE. Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Rifle (Probably 8th Series but Not Marked) w/Painted Markings Having been given a reminder by this thread: Type 38 Arisaka Short Rifle with Kanji it seemed like a good time to do a photo shoot of this rifle. JAPANESE NAGOYA ARSENAL TYPE 99 WW2 RIFLE. Seller: Antique & Modern Firearms, Inc. Area Code: 859 . No dust cover or mum; . Rifle. Class. $99.99. The mum is partially visible but has been scratched out. 2. Geokop. No mum. Flhunter. WW2 Japanese Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka Type 99 Rifle in 7.7 Japanese **Last Ditch** for sale online. Japanese Nagoya Arsenal, Type 99. Model. It had a fixed magazine, which held 5- rounds. Type I (Carcano) Rifle, and 7.7 mm. This particular Type 99 was certainly some soldier's pride and joy when it was brought home as a war t ...Click for more info. Bore shows good rifling with no pitting. Would of originally had a monopod and all the good stuff. Starting Price $200. Shipping, Payment & Auction Policies. Arisakatype38serialnumberdates 5 Arisaka. … The Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Arisaka is a bolt action rifle that was designed in 1939, introduced in 1941, and used by the Japanese military during World War II. The Type 99 Arisaka (九九式短小銃 Kyūjūkyū-shiki tan-shōjū, lit. The barrel is 25.75″ long and the bore is bright and shiny and in good condition, no rust. Nagoya Rikugun Zoheisho Arsenal; Type 99 Arisaka Serial Numbers Diagram; Nagoya Rikugun Zoheisho Arsenal. The Type 99 series rifles was developed in 1941 and actually fielded in 1942 and was the primary WWII sniper used by the Japanese Army and Marines throughout the war. 0 bids +$10.85 shipping. Rating . Yours looks real nice, good bluing. 0 bids. Make: Nagoya Arsenal, Japan Model: Arisaka, Type 99 Serial Number: 4578 Year of Manufacture: 1939 - 1945 Caliber: 7.7x58mm (7.7 Jap) Action Type: Bolt Action, Internal Magazine Markings: There is no visible import mark. 2,606 10. 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. Bright bore with great rifling. Time left 5d 1h left. Type 38 rifle, 6.5 mm. Type 30 rifle, whose designation this bayonet shares. The Type 99 rifle was accepted for service a year later in 1939. Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Hello, A Type 99 has recently come into possession through my father. Offers In-House Shipping. . The Type 2 Paratroop rifle is basically a take-down version of the Type 99 Arisaka rifle. Nagoya Type 99 Arisaka. It was likely produced in the Late 1943, early-mid 1944 period. $450.00 . 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. $12.99 shipping. This rifle is marked on the rear bridge with the Nagoya Arsenal symbol over the serial number (2880). Used. 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. Mosaka, … Pre-Owned. The screws were staked so if you haven't taken it apart you might want to leave them alone. Hello ARG:The rifle serial number is stamped on all Arisakas ( T-30 to 99 ) on the left receiver wall along with the arsenal logo and production proofs. Registered Member. Geokop. Flhunter. . Very Active. Type 99 rifle. 0 bids +$5.95 shipping. Stock. . Post Sep 23, 2008 #1 2008-09-23T22:17. hardwood. Nagoya. 7.7 mm Japanese. Type 99. The numbers on the bolt assembly match the rifle. Nagoya - no series #6282 Less than 8500 of the T99 Long were produced in Nagoya arsenal. Type 99 Nagoya Arisaka . Barrel. 2,606 10. no "anti-aircraft arms" on the rear sight; . 1571. Airplane style sights, metal buttplate, and 2 screw sling hardware. 00. 2. Estimate Price: $3,000 - $5,000. This Arisaka still has intact anti aircraft sights (they are uncommon as they break easy in the field), a monopod and a dust cover. Estimate $400 - $500 Sep 26, 2020. They are not related. Imperial Japanese - Type 99 Short Rifle Data Sheet - Page 2 14. 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