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- January 18th, 2018, 12:18 pm
- Forum: The Lounge
- Topic: Japanese Small Arms in World War 2
- Replies: 3
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Thanks Curly for the video of the WWII Japaneses weapons. I use to have a few Japaneses rifles and bayonets along with several rds of 6.5 and 7.7 with the stripper clips. Really enjoyed this video.
1916 rearsenaled Tula Nagant M95 "Peter the Great" 7.62x38mmR, this one is a double-action version for officers; there was a single-action version for the ranks. Several years ago I pick this up for $99 +tax. http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e186/gunnut701/DSCN3212.jpg http://i39.photobucket.com/al...
This is my 1917 S&W 45acp rig with 1917 "G&K" holster, 1917 "Mills" NCO web belt, 1917 "Long" half moon clip 3 pocket pouch, 1917 lanyard (no name), WWI half moon clips and the 45acp ammo is WWII but I do have WWI 20rd 45acp in original box that I got after I took this photo. http://i39.photobucket....
I've had this S&W M13 w/3" heavy bbl for several years, the model 19 is essentially the same gun but with adjustable sights. Bought it back in 1988 for $157 +tax NIB. Added the S&W combat grips later. Had the hammer bobbed and a trigger job done on it for a light and very smooth trigger. http://i39....