Arisaka 99 series with mum intact

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by jlmckinney1980, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. jlmckinney1980

    jlmckinney1980 New Member

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    I have a arisaka 99 series with aircraft sights and with the mum intact. It is in good condition except I do not have the bolt. How much would this be worth. I know there are many bolts I could get but the numbers wont match. It is an early production weapon with a solid stock.
  2. jlmckinney1980

    jlmckinney1980 New Member

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    Here are the pics of the rifle

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  3. CHW2021

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    Your current value is around $100.00- $150.00; check gunboards for parts or more info, a value for a complete mis-matched rifle would be in the 200-350 range. With the prices/economy today the price I indicated may well be high, but it is a figure.
  4. jondar

    jondar New Member

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    Looks like you have a very early Nagoya Type 99. I couldn't identify a type character in your photo and indeed there may not be one. I believe the Nagoya are among the more common ones. My Nagoya has matching numbers with nice stock and I would be happy to get $250 for it. One thing, with a bolt in it the amount it will bring will be in excess of what it will bring in the current condition + the price of the bolt. You might try Sarco or e-gunparts corp. and Google it for more sellers. Hope this helps.
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