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Old March 19, 2013, 11:20 PM   #2
RJay
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Odd, not that a Japanese revolver is from Korea, after all Japan has been jumping back and forth into and out of Korea for the last several hundred years. Odd that it would have a Korean proof mark on a WWII Japanese handgun. I wonder if someone isn't confusing a arsenal/unit markings for proof marking . The Koreans would have no need to proof a Japanese firearm and in fact it would have been an insult to the Japanese for them to do so, after all the Japanese were occupying Korea [ and had been for 50 years ] until the end of WWII
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