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    Type 99

    Took some time today to actually check this rifle out. I had gotten it from local estate sale many years ago, family members took what they wanted, but did not
    want the rifle.

    Type 99, told today it was Kokura series 23, maybe early 1943 rifle. Has the chrome lined bore and chromed bolt face, all matching including dust cover.
    Also has AA wings, cleaning rod and and importantly an intact mum. No monopod, but told they started phasing them (and the dust cover) out around the time it
    was made. I am told a matching dust cover is lucky find. It is serialized to rifle.

    Rifle in nice shape with usual dings on stock. Bluing and rifling look very good. Also came with a shorten bayonet. I did not see it before I bought it and left a low
    bid on it over phone, so think I got lucky on it.
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    It sure looks good in the pics is all I have to say on the matter.
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    Nice Mum on that one. I'm just not to sure about them. I have passed on a few in the past couple of months, all of them had ground off mums or have been sporterized though.
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    Buck that is a nice example. You can see the markings very clearly and stock has that unique Orange/Red color.
    Very cool
    They are fascinating rifles and definitely had an unfair poor reputation attached to them.
    I had one with the Ground mum no dust cover, but with the AA sights and mono-pod
    I did not appreciate Japanese small arms at the time and traded it away.

    Have a question, since mine did not have the dust cover. Does your rifle's dust cover rattle or is that a myth?
    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Buck that is a nice example. You can see the markings very clearly and stock has that unique Orange/Red color.
    Very cool
    They are fascinating rifles and definitely had an unfair poor reputation attached to them.
    I had one with the Ground mum no dust cover, but with the AA sights and mono-pod
    I did not appreciate Japanese small arms at the time and traded it away.

    Have a question, since mine did not have the dust cover. Does your rifle's dust cover rattle or is that a myth?
    Mine fits pretty tight and does not noticeably rattle, but I can easily see where they could get loose with use over time, or even get jammed by dirt, debris in the slide grooves.
    Occam's razor, the simplest explanation will be the most plausible

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    Very nice weapon.

    Enjoy it and make it go bang again.

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