Japanese Arisaka 38 bolt action training rifle with no "mum" or manufacture identification marks and a receiver ring marked with three Japanese characters "Heiwa Shiki Type" (Peace Type). Has a dark unrifled bore designed to use 6.5mm blanks (not for firing standard ammunition) and matching numbers on the receiver, trigger guard, magazine floor plate, and bayonet lug. The mismatched modified type 38 bolt has matching oval handled bolt and firing pin. The upper tang has stamped characters forward of guard screw. Also has a ladder type rear sight, inverted "V" front sight without ears, blued/patina metal, lightly cleaned one piece wood stock that has Japanese characters in a rectangle on the left side of the butt, cleaning rod and dust cover. With a serial number of H6XX, manufactured circa 1920-30's this training rifle is C&R eligible. Overall in very good condition, used.
Rifle appears functional, however because of inoperable safety and not suitable to fire with standard ammo, sold as a gunsmith special, as is, no returns.
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.
ATTENTION: Firearms ONLY ship to an FFL holder (or C&R if eligible). If you do not have an FFL (Federal Firearms License) then you must find one in your area to do the transfer for you, and you must enter their address as the shipping address on your order.