Originally Posted by Teejay9
Nagoya arsenal, but the exact type needs to be ID. Some more pics would help. Also, that isn't the usual "Mum" stamp on the receiver. TJ
i started to say the same thing TJ... if its a WWII battle rifle and it had the ORIGINAL stamp i wouldnt even consider selling it!! if i remember correctly all the captured weapons had the stamp filed off...
i remember seeing a story (i forget where) of a small group of japanese soldiers that never surrendered and stayed on the island they were posted on at the end of the war. they had never been informed japan surrendered and were fullfilling their duty to the Emperor. now if you had one of their rifles......man oh man