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Article about: Picked these up today from my dealer: Japanese Type 38 Carbine (Nagoya arsenal 4th Series) and some pistols-Mauser Model 1934, Webley Mk IV revolver .38 cal /4" Barrel (made about 1950)

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    Picked these up today from my dealer: Japanese Type 38 Carbine (Nagoya arsenal 4th Series) and some pistols-Mauser Model 1934, Webley Mk IV revolver .38 cal /4" Barrel (made about 1950) and something very modern, Beretta M9A3 9mm.
    The T30 bayo, made by National Denki/supervised by Kokura I've had for a number of years now but it matches the carbine's condition and was made about the same time in the mid/late 1930s.

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    Very nice score lithgow indeed. Like the Beretta and notice ya got an accessory rail underneath. Nice to own an assortment of vintage military and modern arms in my book.

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    very nice pieces, btw 92s are super fun range guns only wish they had the M9A3 out when I bought mine :/ The type 38 and T30 really go good together.

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    Thanks fellows!

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    That's a fine little Mauser! Excellent shape-now you need to find him a nice matching holster!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I bought a German small pocket pistol belt holster last year for a very good price-Thurlman police brown type-unmarked but it fits several types including the Mauser M34 and the Beretta M34-will post a more detailed look at the above weapons soon.

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    How many hoops do you need to jump through in order to own such pistols in WA?

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    Hold a firearm collectors licence and be a member of WAAAS (WA Arms and Armour Society) for post 1946 made pistols as a 'student of arms'.

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    Gun safe dynabolted to the floor?

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