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Old 08-03-2012, 05:12 PM   #21
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Oh and if I take the tape off the stock falls to pieces must have been used to bass alota doors or skulls lol

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Do not shoot it until you either replace the stock, or repair it. If you want to fix it, I'd suggest a lot of the strongest glue you can find, and possibly a few screws. It might just be better to replace the stock, but don't throw the old stock away. It has as much history as the gun itself.

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In those last pics there was the safety on the end of the bolt, what, if any parts are missing?.... Is just the stock broken? You should be able to get another stock for under $150...

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In those last pics there was the safety on the end of the bolt, what, if any parts are missing?.... Is just the stock broken? You should be able to get another stock for under $150...
I have everything but there is not one spring in it and the ejector is broken
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First off.. Its a Type 38.

It doesnt look to be missing much... just the bolt spring, safety, and firing pin? How bad is the stock broken? Are you sure its in .30-06?
I would have it checked out by a couple of gunsmiths before you give up on it...

Could we get a pic of the top of the rifle?

I love my Arisakas!
I'm ordering parts so are you positive it's the 6.5 type 38 just making sure
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does it still have the mum? It looks like a flower on top of the receiver?

this sight will tell you more about it.
http://www.radix.net/~bbrown/japanese_markings.html
If you want to know what year and where it was made check the sight above. Lots of good info there.
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Yes Trez is correct, it is a Type 38, and for the stock if you wish to keep it original you can biscuit it & glue it back together..........Heck you are a mechanic you should have no trouble, all firearms are mechanical & take pictures...................

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Yes Trez is correct, it is a Type 38, and for the stock if you wish to keep it original you can biscuit it & glue it back together..........Heck you are a mechanic you should have no trouble, all firearms are mechanical & take pictures...................
Will do tom thanks
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