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Article about Osakan Gunsmiths records


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Thanks for posting this, Donald.

 

Several articles have been published about this house of gunsmiths and the artefacts they left behind, but each one has a new take on it. The house/workshop is a sort of museum, but I believe you need an appointment to see inside. Funnily enough, I have one of their guns, and was just handling another Inoue Sekiemon teppo on Monday! 

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