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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:22 pm 
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Yes, that's Incheon made, not "Jinsen" for all you Japanese Emperor loving groupies. That's Incheon, Korea, same place McArthur landed in 1950.

I'm flinging Kimchi at the next person who got their Asian history lessons from a Japanese rifle book written by people who can't read, write or speak any Asian language, which includes Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

Cool pokey stick. I do have an Incheon made rifle to put it on too. Now, time to find authors of Japanese rifle books hiding on Gunboards to use it on.

Best Regards,

Mark


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:03 pm 
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nifty , do post some photos , while not any longer a collector i would love to see it , there were a lot of pieces made in the koreas in that era , many US type have passed thru my hands over the years , always interesting to learn more ,


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