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Old January 12, 2013, 03:20 AM   #10
GunAddict1962
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From the stamp on my T99, I think it has something that appears to indicate Series 23. I don't think that was late in the war. Anyway, the rifle is very accurate at the only range at which I've fired it: 40-50 yards. I suspect with fresh eyes or modern optics it could hold a few inches at 100 yards. Not at all bad considering the circumstances. Seriously, more accurate than my WWII era Mauser, Enfield, Mossin N, & M1 Carbine--all in fine condition. Would have never thought so about an Arisaka until I acquired this one and shot it. Have been shooting for about 40 years, was a distinguished rifle expert and sniper in the military. The Japs had a few things very right back in the day.
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