5/21/20 - This is a very late WW2 Japanese Nambu Type 14 pistol. The frame is marked "20.5", which means it was manufactured in May of 1945. It has the correct large trigger guard and slab-style wood grip panels. The grips are numbered to the gun. It also comes with one matching magazine. The original finish is minty - almost no finish loss. Amazing profile. The only potential sign of wear is very minor thinning on the straps. But honestly, it could have left the factory this way. The metal parts have small bumps and grooves from the rough military casting (typical). The bore is mint.