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Arisaka Year 38 / 38 Carbine

Arisaka Year 38

exploded view of Arisaka Rifle

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The Type 38 Rifle Arisaka (Sanpati-shiki hoheijyuu) was a bolt-action rifle. For a time it was the standard rifle of Japanese infantry. It had a high reliability and a high accurancy. It was also known as the Type 38 Year Meiji Carbine in Japan. An earlier similar weapon was the Type 30 Year Meiji Rifle, which was also used alongside it. Both of these were called Arisaka rifles after the inventor.

The Type 38 Cavalry Rifle is a short-barreled model of the Type 38 Rifle. It was used not only by cavalry, but also used by engineer, quartermaster and other non-frontline troops. It was introduced into service at the same time, the barrel was shorter at 487 mm, giving an overall length of the rifle of 966 mm and a weight of 3.3 kg

Other variants developed from the Type 38 were the Type 44 Cavalry Rifle, Type 97 Sniper Rifle, TERA Rifles and the final d coupon evelopment, the Type 5 Rifle.

Bolt action repeating rifle

Bolt Action

6.5 x 50 mm

3.95 kg; 3.3 kg (38 Carbine)

1280 mm; 966 mm (38 Carbine)

797 mm; 487 mm (38 Carbine)

Magazine Capacity:
5 rounds

In service dates:
1905 -1945

Muzzle Velocity:
765 m/s


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