10/29/21 - This is a near-mint example of a Nambu Type 14 issued to the Japanese military in January of 1944. It is all matching and was made in the Nagoya factory. It comes as a rig with a period-correct rubberized canvas holster, one original matching-numbered magazine, one mismatched spare magazine, and a spare firing pin (un-numbered). The holster has faint kanji writing on the inside, and it looks like the very front portion of the closure strap was repaired with glue. The gun has retained about 98% of its finish with just very minor wear on the high edges near the cocking knob and a small spot on the underside of the trigger guard. There is some very minor freckling on the barrel. Comes with matching-numbered wood grips in mint condition. The bore is stone-mint.