In 98% mint crisp condition all matching including the magazine, we have a very scarce 7.7 date Type 14 Nambu Pistol as produced by the Nagoya Army Arsenal, Chigusa Factory in July, 1932. This is a top condition example of a scarce, very low production variant. The pistol is all matching with a mint bore. It comes with a very hard to find lanyard and with a mint condition, Nagoya marked early type leather holster and a marked early nickel plated cleaning rod and the spare firing pin. Absolute the finest condition early production Nambu rig we have come across. If you are an advanced Japanese pistol collector or are looking for an outstanding example for your collection this is certainly a premier example. Chigusa Factory production was low and it is extremely challenging to find an early production small triggerguard Type 14 with a matching magazine and in such fine condition. The Japanese Army was in combat in China from the early 1930’s and these pistols saw long hard service.