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Hello all
Nambu Type 14 small trigger guard made at the Chigusa factory of Nagoya Arsenal. Showa date 2,11 (1927,November).

Left side view.


T14 a.JPG

Right side view.


T14 c.JPG

Left frame markings from left to right. 10,4,year and type.






t14 b.JPG

Right frame and receiver markings. S.N. 1473,year 1927/November (2,11)


T14 d.JPG

Magazine with triangular catch cut-out,typical of


T14 k.JPGNagoya small trigger guard production. Combination cleaning rod and magazine loader.
Tappered pin of cleaning rod inserted in hole at bottom of magazine follower button.


T14 i.JPG

Magazine loader in use.


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Safety Markings.


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Holster front



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Holster rear.



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Flap open.



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Markings on inside of flap.



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Great display of your Nambu 14 !!

Ed
 

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Ed
Thanks,I am glad to see all yall's hard work is paying off and have enjoyed everyone's post.If I get a chance this weekend I will post a few photos of the holster and papers that came with it.
Thanks again
Ed R.
quote:Originally posted by 66mustang

Great display of your Nambu 14 !!

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Hello Pancho
Iam happy to see you got your photo posting problem figured out.I was having trouble with the new features on the site also.
Nice looking Nambu also
Thanks
Ed R.
quote:Originally posted by Pancho

Eroane,
Great posting.
I had no idea that the cleaning rod doubled as a mag. loader.
Will post photos of mine, though, it is not as old a pistol as yours.
Pancho

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#25, holy moly, that is really a very special pistol.
Thanks for sharing it.
I'm floored.
PS. Ya gotta lub this site.
 

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Those are all nice ones guys!

Thanks for sharing,

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Here's a T-14 I've had for a little while. It's the earliest number recorded (so far) for the second month of Tokyo Production. It's holster is a 3.10 dated Osaka marked example with the "Papa" type shoulder strap rings and no firing pin pouch.

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Here's a T-14 I've had for a little while. It's the earliest number recorded (so far) for the second month of Tokyo Production. It's holster is a 3.10 dated Osaka marked example with the "Papa" type shoulder strap rings and no firing pin pouch.

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