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    Type 99s

    Here are my two. Very good shooters,when I can afford ammo,which is not often. I have since added another bayonet.Top is nearly a last ditch with egg shaped bolt,no aa sites and no front site guards,ground Mum. Bottom early production Mummed
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    I can't believe Longhorn hasn't posted here yet...:p
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    Those are some nice ones...I haven't been tempted because of the ammo issue, but I see them from time to time. I may just have to keep an eye out.
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    Don't you love those mini-swords they call bayonets? Mine fits real loose on the rifle, waves back and forth in the breeze. Are those real bolt covers or repros?

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    Those are two nice examples. You have some nice weapons K98. I don't see many of those around here. Do you handload for them?
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    Thanks Kpd. Don't yet,though at some point I will. I was lucky enough to buy a bunch of Norma at a fire sale when a local sporting goods store burnt down.
    Some of the boxs were smoke damaged,but all so far has shot great. Getting low on it now.Saved my cases though.

    Privi Partizan is making 7.7 also now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkwatch View Post
    I can't believe Longhorn hasn't posted here yet...:p

    THEY"RE SPINNIN!!!!

    You KNOW Longhorn is down with Japanese shooters!!!

    I dig it brotha!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Very nice. I have one as well with AA sights, cover and monopod. Mum also intact. Don't know if my bayonet was original issue to rifle however, it is the same arsenal. Thant's my story and I'm stickin' to it. :p

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    Longhorn, you need to get some pics of your outstanding collection up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k98k792 View Post
    Longhorn, you need to get some pics of your outstanding collection up.
    Thanks! Your wish is my command..

    I have two new additions that I have yet to photograph....so these old pics will have to do...

    All have bayonets and scabbards.

    First Picture:
    Type 99 Long
    Type 38 Trainer with school stamps
    Type 38 Trainer with school stamps
    Type 99 Short with AA, mono-pod, and cleaning rod.
    Type 99 Short with AA, mono-pod, dust cover, and cleaning rod.
    Type 99 Last Ditch
    Type 99 Short with AA, dust cover, and cleaning rod.

    Second Picture:
    Type 38 Carbine
    Type 99 Short that was sporterized. I use it for parts..

    I wish I had the other two rifles handy so I could accurately display my collection...but alas...no joy.
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