In 95% original condition, all matching except for the magazine (which is almost always the case with these early pistols) we have a scarce Nagoya Nambu Kokubunji Factory made 10.1 date, Januuary, 1935 Type 14 Nambu Japanese Army Service Pistol. This is a very nice looking pistol with a mint bore and the very desirable early small triggerguard. This is the classic Early War Japanese combat side arm and would have been carried by machine gun crews, NCO’s and junior officers involved in front line duties. Commonly referred to as the “Japanese Luger” by Americans who were not familiar with this somewhat exotic looking pistol, they became a very sought after war trophy from the Pacific Theater. This is a very desirable example especially from a very low production standpoint.
MON JAN 6 SCARCE NAGOYA NAMBU ORIGINAL SERIES 10.1 DATE (Jan, 1935) TYPE 14 NAMBU PISTOL, VERY SHARP!
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