Arisaka Type 99 Barreled Receiver Assembly | Project Firearm


Arisaka Type 99 Barreled Receiver Assembly | Project Firearm

You are considering a vintage Arisaka Type 99 Barreled Receiver Assembly. It’s in good shape for its age with light wear from usage, storage, and handling. The metalwork is in nice condition but was refinished at some point. There is no rust pitting or other major damage concerns. It was made in the 1940s and is a Series 31 Toyo Kogyo arsenal build. It includes its trigger assembly, bolt stop, front sight post, and a partial rear sight that’s missing its leaf but includes its spring and base. As noted above, it was refinished at some point and thus the bluing is in very nice condition — all the markings are still visible and look nice. It does not have its mum. The barrel measures 25-inches in length and the bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling and some minor fouling and pitting towards the muzzle end.

  • Manufacturer: Japan (Toyo Kogyo Arsenal)
  • Model: Type 99
  • Serial Number: 61630
  • Year of Manufacture: Early 1940s
  • Caliber: 7.7x58mm Arisaka
  • Action Type: Bolt Action
  • Markings: The barrel has typical Type 99 markings with its Kanji along the receiver bridge and its serial number and arsenal markings on the left-hand side of the receiver forward of the bolt stop.


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