"JAPANESE TYPE 13 MURATA SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE. SN 35155. Cal. 11 mm Japanese Murata. Early Japanese military bolt action rifle with 32" bbl, square base front sight with saber bayonet lug on front band. Rear sight is standard 1500 yard ladder style and it has the Imperial mum on top flat over chamber area. Both sides of receiver have numerous Japanese characters. Mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with two bands, a slotted head cleaning rod and sling loops. Right side of butt has a large round cartouche with various Japanese characters and another small square Japanese character cartouche. Bottom of stock has a rectangular brass plate with number "803", probably a museum tag. Accompanied by a bayonet with 22-7/16" straight blade with Japanese hook-style handguard & checkered wood panels. There is a tiny Japanese character on left ricasso. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching numbered including the small parts. Bbl & receiver retain virtually all of their fine orig blue and bolt its fine orig bright finish. Stock is sound with several moderate bruises and some scrapes on butt. Overall retains most of its orig arsenal finish. Mechanics are crisp, brilliant shiny bore. Bayonet is moderately pitted and discolored with panels showing heavy wear. 4-34090 JR24 (2,500-4,000)"
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