In 97% very sharp condition still with the original matching numbered mag, we have a February,1943 production Nambu Type 94 Pistol with a rare canvas holster. The pistol is all matching and has a mint bore. This is a very sharp looking mid war pistol. All type 94’s have a very sketchy look but this one is nicer than a lot that you usually see. The Type 94 Pistol is maligned as the worst made and designed pistol used by the major combatants of the Second World War. None the less, it is fully functional and fairly reliable and will kill you as quick and sure as anything else anyone was carrying in there holster at the time. As far as collecting Japanese firearms goes, it is much scarcer than the Type 14 Nambu and is very seriously collected. This is a top example.
TUE JUL 14, JAPANESE WW2 TYPE 94 PISTOL, 18.2 DATE (Feb,1943) PRODUCTION WITH MATCHING MAG & RARE CANVAS HOLSTER!
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