10/20/21 - This is a minty example of a late-war Nambu Type 94 issued to the Japanese military in November of 1944. It is all matching and has a Nagoya makers mark on the left side of the frame. It comes as a rig with one original matching-numbered magazine and a period-correct holster that has some light cracking in the leather throughout. The gun is minty, retaining about 97-98% of its original finish. There are just some very light streaks on the top of the slide from the action of the gun. Comes with proper late-war slab-side wood grips that are un-numbered. The bore is mint.