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Knee Mortar: One each of the three different 89 configurations, (3) A cut-away 89 showing a round resting on the firing pin housing, (4) a disassembled 89 showing all the parts, (5) one each of the ??? 89 trainer manufacturers, I have three, (8) an 89 with the place of capture, "Burma 1945" (9) one 89 each from the ten different manufacturers, (19) a "papered," legal 89," (20) an 89 as a "pattern" for Riceone to duplicate parts, (21) a post-war, Japanese-made 89, (22) an 89 for trading purposes for accessories, (23) A Type 10 assembled, (24) a Type 10 disassembled, (25) and a Repro Chinese Type 27 (26). This is a partial, minimum list of what one needs.

Type 99 Rifle: Long, (1) Early Short, (2) Late Substitute Type 99 (3) You can omit the mid-transitional and the rope sling models as unnecessary. This is a complete list of what one needs.
 

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Tubes are like Christmas wrapping paper, it's what's inside that counts. And I failed to mention the Bouganville T-38/89 mating/conversion, that adds one more.
 
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