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Japanese Soldier with Arisaka Carbine
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A standard Japanses infantry unit with Type38 Arisaka Carbine

The carbine is not pained yet




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   the soldier, Pvt. Heidiko Namura



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   without weapon



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   side, shows ruck sack



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   the helmet, which is just a modified brimless baseball cap, painted dark green



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   the arisaka carbine, its messy because I used hot glue, and I had to improvise on the grip and stock



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   the other side, note the bolt and bayonette



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   Pvt.Namura test his bayonette on NOD infantry units



Comments

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  May 14, 2009
very acurate modle of the Arisaka, but try not using glue just us lego tinkering pieces. (pieces with clips..etc)
  June 10, 2008
Cut down on the glue! It makes the gun look messy.
  August 31, 2006
Try getting some paint to paint the gun. If you cut up Legos, I think you would be fine with painting. Also, superglue works alot better that hot glue. If you paint it and minimize the glue showing, it'll look better.
 
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