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Not as rare as a Baby Nambu, but...

This is from Bob, I am no expert on Japanese Revolvers, but know something rare when I seen one. How often do you see a holster, lanyard, and real ammo in a rig from almost a 100 years ago?

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Nice pistol! Looks like the original finish - most were arsenal reconditioned. The holster looks like a later replacement example. I've seen these dated Showa 14 through 17 (1939 - 1942). Are there markings in the flap? The lanyard looks like a 6mm example. All are becoming rare, but the 7mm diameter type is usually associated with the T-26. The cleaning rods are nice to find as well - I see this has one in it's pocket. Nice!
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