10/21/21 - This is a minty example of a Nambu Type 14 issued to the Japanese military in September of 1943. It is all matching and was made in the Nagoya factory. It has retained more than 98% of its bluing. There is just a hint of wear around the high edges and around the muzzle. A couple of very light streaks of wear on the underside of the barrel and trigger guard. There are a few very tiny scratches/handling marks on the top and right side of the slide. There are areas of very minor spotty oxidation on the barrel and on both straps. Comes with excellent original matching-numbered wood grips and a period-correct mismatched magazine. The bore is mint.