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Old 07-31-2012, 04:32 AM   #1
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Had about 100$ burnin a hole in my pocket so i headed out to a gunshow with my grandpa, and sitting not 20ft from the entrance was a pristine arisaka for a mere 75$ and i forgot my wallet!!! Im kinda sad about this one. I love old guns even the common ones.
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:50 AM   #2
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WHAT?! Your Grandpa wouldn't front you the money?
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He is quite frugal and didnt think the gun was worth it. He grew up with a "you buy what you need only" mentality. I'll get it next time dont you worry
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Did the same thing a few years ago, thankfully a friend did front me the cash, came home with this.
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Nice find sputnick. Just curious had i got the gun how much is ammo for the arisaka typically?
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Nice find sputnick. Just curious had i got the gun how much is ammo for the arisaka typically?
Outrageous, most arisaka shooters reload. I believe Trez has one if you need any specific info. I myself have little experience with them and am just STARTING to get over my distaste for japanese militaria.
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Outrageous, most arisaka shooters reload. I believe Trez has one if you need any specific info. I myself have little experience with them and am just STARTING to get over my distaste for japanese militaria.
Thanks. I kinda figured the prices would be bad.
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Thanks. I kinda figured the prices would be bad.
It depends on what it is chambered in.

7.7 jap will run you about $26 per 20. That's not including shipping.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/browse/ammo-rifle-77x58-jap.aspx?c=96&s=888&stk=1

6.5 jap will cost about $27 plus shipping per 20.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/hornady-custom-65-jap-140-gr-sp-20-rds.aspx?a=606393&bi=100286#matrixCartLink

I'd do ahead and get it. It's hard to find Arisakas in really good condition, and it's even rarer to find one in great condition for under $100. I'd talk to Trez about reloading though. That would save you a lot on ammo.
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It depends on what it is chambered in.

7.7 jap will run you about $26 per 20. That's not including shipping.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/browse/ammo-rifle-77x58-jap.aspx?c=96&s=888&stk=1

6.5 jap will cost about $27 plus shipping per 20.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/hornady-custom-65-jap-140-gr-sp-20-rds.aspx?a=606393&bi=100286#matrixCartLink

I'd do ahead and get it. It's hard to find Arisakas in really good condition, and it's even rarer to find one in great condition for under $100. I'd talk to Trez about reloading though. That would save you a lot on ammo.
Type 99s are a bit more readily available than type 38s. Just got to know where to look for them (google it for dealers).
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It depends on what it is chambered in.

7.7 jap will run you about $26 per 20. That's not including shipping.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/browse/ammo-rifle-77x58-jap.aspx?c=96&s=888&stk=1

6.5 jap will cost about $27 plus shipping per 20.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/hornady-custom-65-jap-140-gr-sp-20-rds.aspx?a=606393&bi=100286#matrixCartLink

I'd do ahead and get it. It's hard to find Arisakas in really good condition, and it's even rarer to find one in great condition for under $100. I'd talk to Trez about reloading though. That would save you a lot on ammo.
Type 99 - 7.7
Type 38 - 6.5
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