Japanese Arisaka 30 bolt action training rifle. This is a Koishikawa (Toyko) no series "hook safety" training rifle. Has scrubbed "mum" and type numbers, with the receiver ring marked with three Japanese characters which signify "Blank Firing Gun". It has a dark unrifled bore designed to use 6.5mm blanks (not for firing standard ammunition), mismatched numbers, ladder-type rear sight, and an inverted "V" front sight without the ears. Has refinished blue patina metal finish. The sanded, glued two-piece wood stock and cracked handguard show service wear. This rifle was originally manufactured between the years 1897 to 1904, serial number 29XX, C&R eligible, and is in overall good condition.
Rifle appears functional, however, because of conversion to blank firing/ training rifle only, sold as a Gunsmith Special, AS IS, No Returns, Used.
ATTENTION: Gunsmith Specials must be checked and certified safe before firing, by a certified competent gunsmith. Sold as is, no returns, no refunds, and no exchanges.
This is a used firearm and we only have one in stock; first come first served.
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