9/24/21 - This is a minty example of a Nambu Type 14 rig issued to the Japanese military in December of 1938. The gun is all matching and has the proper Japanese proofs. It comes with a nice period-correct leather clam-shell holster, an original nickel cleaning rod, and a period-correct mismatched magazine. The gun has retained about 97% of its original finish. There is minor wear around the high edges, around the muzzle, and some minor streaky wear on the underside of the barrel. Spotty oxidation on both straps. Comes with excellent grips that are mismatched to the gun. Mint bore.