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Arisaka Rifle is a family of Japanese military bolt-action rifles, in production from approximately 1898 until the end of World War II in 1945. The most common specimens include the Type 38 rifle chambered in the 6.5 x 50 mm Japanese cartridge, and the Type 99 rifle chambered in the 7.7 x 58 mm Japanese cartridge. Many thousands of Type 99s were brought to the United States by GIs during and after World War II.