The Arisaka Type 99 rifle was the standard-issue battle rifle of the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII. Bolt-action, heavy, and awkward, the Type 99 was favored nonetheless by its users thanks to its reliability, accuracy, decent range, and the efficiency of the bayonet that was usually attached under the barrel. The effective range of one of these rifles could easily be increased if a telescopic sniper's scope was attached.


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