10/29/21 - This is an excellent example of a very late-war Nambu Type 94 issued to the Japanese military in January of 1945. The gun is all matching, was made in the Nagoya factory, and has an all-phosphate finish. It comes as a rig with one period-correct leather holster (with original shoulder strap) and two period-correct mismatched magazines (one is phosphate, the other is blued). These late-war phosphate finishes are difficult to rate, but we estimate it has retained about 96-97%. There is just very minor thinning on the straps and areas of minor discoloration here and there (typical). Comes with excellent late-war slab-side wood grips that are un-numbered. The bore is mint.