Not import marked. Ground mum ( lightly). Mix master. Back matches itself..front..etc.. Has aircraft sights.. Otherwise decent condition.
Yup, it's a Type 2. The earlier Type 100, which was produced in very limited numbers, utilized an interrupted barrel thread as opposed to the Type 2's wedge lock. Edit: There are two sets of numbers on these rifles: assembly number and serial number. The last three digits of the serial number will be under the bolt handle, on the bayonet lug etc, while the assembly numbers will be on the front and rear attachment trunnions. I kinda doubt you'd find an import stamp on a Type 2 - there were only twenty something thousand manufactured.
A drop in the bucket compared to roughly 3,500,000 7.7mm Type 99s produced and used by at least ten country's forces (both regular as well revolutionary groups) during and well after WW2.wow... only 20k made.... wonder how many are in circulation.... Glad I snagged one even if mixed.