Standard configuration T14 with drift adjustable front sight and fixed rear sight. Safety lever on left frame with safe/fire detents. Usual markings. Right side of frame with Nagoya Arsenal symbols followed by full serial number. Frame dated 14.6 reflecting production in June 1939. Serrated wood panels. Correct type magazine nicely overstamped with matching serial number. Disassembly shows matching cocking knob, bolt, trigger, and each of the penciled grips; unnumbered firing pin.
Excellent, early Japanese T14, Nagoya Arsenal, Dated 14.6, correct type magazine.
Extremely high condition pistol with bright, original rust blue, negligible sharp-edge wear, slight fading of the straps. Strawed parts with expected discoloration and fading commensurate with overall condition. No suggestion of enhancement. Comparable condition grips and magazine. Mirror bright bore. Perfect manual mechanics. A beautiful, early Nagoya Nambu that would be difficult to upgrade.