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Japanese Type 14 Nambu

This model of pistol was the mainstay side arm of the Imperial Japanese Army during WWII.  It was an ugly, poor design prone to breaking firing pins.  They were also the part of the savage fighting from Guadalcanal to Attu, Bataan to Okinawa, Wake to Manchuria.  They were also much easier to fit in a duffle bag than an Arisaka rifle.

This first piece is an example of a 1937 dated Type 14 with the early style, large trigger guard, in very good original condition, all matching, except the magazine.

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This first piece is an example of an early, 1939 dated Type 14 with the early style, small trigger guard, in excellent original condition, all matching, except the magazine.

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This third piece is an example of a war time 1942 dated Type 14 with the later style, large trigger guard, in excellent original condition, all matching, except the magazine.

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This fourth piece is an example of a war time 1943 dated Type 14 with the later style, large trigger guard, in excellent original condition, all matching, except the magazine.

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This next piece is an example of a war time 1944 dated Type 14 with the later style, large trigger guard, in excellent original condition, all matching, except the magazine.

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This final piece is an example of a very late war Type 14 with the late style slab grips and the checkered cocking knob.  It is in exceptional original condition, all matching, including both magazines and the spare firing pin.  It also has the correct canvas clamshell holster with shoulder strap, cleaning rod, and a sealed box of original Nambu ammo with a date that matches the pistol .

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