In 98% mint sharp condition still with the original matching numbered mag, we have a March, 1945, 20.3 date production Nambu Type 94 Pistol. The pistol is all matching and has a mint bore. This is late war “Square back Variant” which is very desirable to collectors. All type 94’s have a very sketchy look but this one is quite appealing. The Type 94 Pistol is widely and often maligned as the worst manufactured and designed pistol used by the any of the major combatants of the Second World War. None the less, these pistols were fully functional and fairly reliable. It is certainly better than carrying a sword! As far as collecting Japanese firearms goes, it is much scarcer than the Type 14 Nambu and is quite seriously collected and this is a top example of a rare variant.
SOLD JAPANESE WW2 TYPE 94 PISTOL….20.3 date (MARCH, 1945) VERY LATE WAR PRODUCTION “SQUARE BACK” VARIANT……VERY SHARP!!!
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SKU: 07/11/2019-3 Category: Gone But Not Forgotten