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Old 07-19-2009, 07:02 PM   #11
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Toyo Kogyo was where it was made and they operated from 39 to 45. WOW just WOW. Lock that sucker away and keep it safe.



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Old 07-20-2009, 11:08 PM   #12
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Why not add someting to the thread and not 10 year old playstation experience.



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Old 04-18-2013, 12:15 PM   #13
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Very nice old jap rifle my freind ,hard to find in that shape.is it an early or later model, some of the last ditch ones are kinda touch and go on being safe to fire. looks like an early model to me, if the rear of the safety knob on rear of bolt is checkered its an early model if it is smooth could be last ditch rifle, they cut a lot of corners in the latter yrs of the war.And some are just not safe .she is a looker wish i could see rear of safety knob i would be able to tell ya more.dead giveaway if it is a smooth saftey knob of the last ditchers ,i think ya good on that 1.Damn 2007 i guess i need to read the dates on these threads oops.lol

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I am not a fan of Japanese firearms of WWII. I have this Carbine 6.5 and the "Papa" Nambu picked up in the South Pacific. I have the history on these guns.

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I would say it is one of the older ones because when they started to make the smooth safety knob, they also stopped putting the aircraft sites on them

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Old 04-19-2013, 03:54 PM   #16
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I am not a fan of Japanese firearms of WWII. I have this Carbine 6.5 and the "Papa" Nambu picked up in the South Pacific. I have the history on these guns.
Your gonna will those to me right nitestalker???

I dont have a T44 or a nambu yet.....


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