SOLD - Rare, Minty Baby Nambu - Matching Magazine

Type: Baby
Maker: Tokyo Arsenal
Caliber: 7mm Nambu
Condition: 98-99%
Bore: 9.5/10
Year: 1910s
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8/24/21 - This is a gorgeous Baby Nambu pistol that was manufactured at the Tokyo Arsenal in the 1910s, and still has the original, matching grips and magazine. The pistol has about 99% of the original blue, with hardly any bluing loss to mention. There's just a hint of muzzle wear, and few minor surface scratches on the left side of the frame. Minty bore and grips. The Baby Nambu was developed as a personal weapon for high ranking Japanese officers and only about 6,500 were made in total. Considered by collectors to be one of the most beautiful handguns made in pre-war Japan, it featured ornamental knurling on the cocking knob and high quality “rust” blue, that rivaled European handguns of the era.
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Condition 98-99%
Bore 9.5/10
Maker Tokyo Arsenal
Year 1910s
Type Baby
Caliber 7mm Nambu