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    on a VZ-24 stock
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    ** sorry....I just realized I posted this same stock on this same thread back in Sept. Of 2015. My apologies. However, never did get any response as to what these markings might be.

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ID:	1380001Japanese Type 38 Chinese Characters in stock. Capture and reissue

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    Now that is a stock repair! I have never seen something like that before. whoever did that would be right at home in the Alaskan Bush Country. Those people can make it work too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpkins01 View Post
    Now that is a stock repair! I have never seen something like that before. whoever did that would be right at home in the Alaskan Bush Country. Those people can make it work too.
    Arisaka rifles were made with the two piece stock. Note the different direction of the grain on the bottom piece. There is a reason for that.
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    The different grain direction on the toe of the stock made it stronger and less likely to crack. Cracking of the tip of the toe of the stock was a weakness in wooden stocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryg View Post
    The different grain direction on the toe of the stock made it stronger and less likely to crack. Cracking of the tip of the toe of the stock was a weakness in wooden stocks.
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    It was suggested to me that I post my thread here, 1945 Russian Mosin Nagant M44 rifle with possible Chinese ties. Any comments are appreciated. Thanks

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    Here is what I believe is a Hanyang 1888

    Seial No: 2E3753. I believe a He Militia rifle. Additional info would be great. Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drkarr View Post
    Here is what I believe is a Hanyang 1888

    Seial No: ZE3753. I believe a He Militia rifle. Additional info would be great. Thanks in advance.
    Yes, it is a Hanyang type. The big oblong stamp says "Henan Militia". All those little round stamps plus the word on the top of the receiver say Training or Drill.

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    Thanks,

    I believe the manufacture date is 1924?

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    There may be something stamped on the receiver but it is too faint to make out.

    PS: Merry Christmas

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    Thanks and Merry Christmas.

    No other reviewer markings. There is a 38 on the bolt release leaver. I did find a webpage that I can not relocate that placed the serial number on the receiver Seial No: 2E3753 for 1924.

    Jeff
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    Found on a m1917 Eddystone rifle. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


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    I can see a communist star and a year 1950. As for the rest, I no readee Chinese. Hopefully Firearms will see this and comment but be advised there are problems with people not getting email notifications of new posts in subscribed threads. He may not be aware of your post.
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    To provincial (2nd and 3rd characters not intelligible, probably name of the receiving agency) as memento.

    From Jilin military district in 1950.

    Looks like a gift from the military to a local provincial government agency. The province is likely Jilin province in the northeast.

    -TL
    Last edited by tangolima; 05-27-2017 at 11:37 AM.

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