The Arisaka is a Japanese Bolt-Action Rifle in Call of Robloxia 5. The Type 99, as referred to in its official designation, was first put into service in 1939, after the Japanese found out that the Type 92 Machine Gun was firing more accurately with its 7.7x58mm Arisaka than the then-current Type 38 Rifle, with its 6.5x50mm cartridge. The features of this new Arisaka rifle include special 'aircraft sights' that attempt to make the Arisaka into an anti-aircraft rifle. 'Last ditch' guns were made during 1945 when the United States was on the brink of ending the War in the Pacific, before the Atomic Bomb. The variant shown in-game is the 'last ditch' gun, as evident in its simplistic open rear sight, as opposed to the pre-last ditch aperture rear sight.
The Arisaka is much like the other Bolt-Action guns, but boasts best accuracy in class.
- Deals 40-50 damage; OHK to head and chest (48-60 with Stopping Power; OHK to head, chest, and stomach; OHK to head and chest to Juggernaut users, 70 with Sniper Scope; OHK to head, chest, and stomach; OHK to head and chest to Juggernaut users, 84 with both; OHK to head, chest, and stomach; same OHK to Juggernaut users)
- Fires at 66 RPM (Double Tap has no effect)
- 5 round magazine
- Reloads in 3.5 seconds (2 with Sleight of Hand)
- Reloads in 6.5 seconds with Sniper Scope (4 with both)
The attachments come as no surprise to the Arisaka, and it being otherwise identical to the Kar98K, but lacks the Telescopic Sight used with the Kar98K.
- Flash Hider (firing will not reveal you on enemy radar)
- Aperture Sight (state-of-the-art 1.5x sight designed for CQC use)
- Sniper Scope (2.5x scope that comes with specialty high-velocity rounds)
- Bayonet (replaces knife; press 'e' to poke at long range; press 'f' to swipe)
- Flashlight (illuminates dark areas and blinds enemy players)
- The Arisaka's bayonet has the flag of Japan draped under it, with Kanji characters. The first character translates to '10,000', while the other character is unidentified.
- The Sniper Scope of the Arisaka is set off to the side, much like the real world counterpart, but rounds are still loaded individually.
- While the classic version depicts the normal Arisaka, the post-Summer Games 2014 version depicts the 'last ditch' Arisaka.
- The Sniper Scope of the Arisaka is one of the most technical scopes in the game, including markers for moving targets, and keeping the crosshairs relatively thin.