You are considering a vintage World War II Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Bolt-Action Rifle. It’s in good-honest-wear condition. The metalwork is all original and still sports most of its original finish. There are no standout issues like rust pitting. The woodwork, typical for a battle-worn Type 99, is filled with pockmarks, gouges, scratches, and cuts — but no cracks outside the duffle-cut buttstock. The barrel measures 25.9-inches in length and includes its original front post sight but is missing its rear ladder sight — though it has the spring and collar. The bore can be described as shooter-grade with strong rifling and no fouling or pitting — it would twist lead accurately. It’s chambered for the 7.7 Arisaka cartridge, and the action functions as it should and locks up nice and tight. This is a non-matching example and sports a different serial number on the bolt than the rest of the rifle. It still has its kanji and rare cleaning rod but is missing its mum.
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