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    Japanese Type 14 Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol.
    Serial no. 40215, 8mm Nambu caliber, 4 1/2-inch barrel with standard fixed sights. Blued finish. Nagoya Toriimatsu proofs. Enlarged triggerguard possibly for use with gloves in cold climates. Grooved wood grip panels. Lanyard ring. Aluminum based magazine. Manufactured in May, 1944.

    Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 85-90% finish with scattered signs of handling wear and patches of pitting. Scuffs and dings present to grips. Action needs adjustment. Strong bore.


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    June, 2017
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 21
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