Japanese Arisaka 38 bolt action training rifle with no "mum" or manufacture identification marks and a receiver ring marked with three Japanese characters indicating "Heiwa Shiki Type" (Peace/Happiness Type). Has a dark smooth bore designed to use 6.5mm blanks (not for firing standard ammunition), cast receiver with integral tang extensions. The rifle is missing a magazine floor plate, magazine follower, and spring. Matching numbers on the receiver, trigger guard, and bayonet lug. With a mismatched modified type 38 bolt that has a matching oval handled bolt and firing pin, early pattern machined knurled safety, ladder-type rear sight, and an inverted "V" front sight without ears. Has a nice blue patina metal finish and an original finish 1-piece wood stock that has Japanese characters in a rectangle on the right side of the butt. This rifle was made between the years 1920-1930, serial number A89X, C&R eligible, and is in overall good to very good condition. However, because of missing parts, it is being sold for reference/display as a gunsmith special, AS-IS with No Returns. Used. GSS.
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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