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BabyNambu BabyNambu Dummy Nambu Type14

210 GBP  /  $275 USD  /  240 Euros (Price includes VAT)  SOLD

Hudson:

Japanese Military Nambu Type 14

Firing Version - With Real Wood Grips

 
             
                         
             
                         
             
 

Metal Hudson: Military Nambu Type 14  Blowback - Firing Version With Real Wood Grips

Originally gold now silver, chrome finish.

Made in the 1990's.   Good condition,  not new - please see photos above.

Includes: original box, copy of original instructions, eight Hudson 8mm firing blowback cartridges (requires 5mm PFC primer cap).

Appears unfired, cartridges only showing dry fire use.

We ship internationally with full online tracking.  Please email with any questions or for a shipping quote :  sales@mg-props.co.uk

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing
     Caliber:  7mm
     Weight:  810g (unloaded)

       Magazine capacity:  7 + 1

     Power:  5mm PFC cap Blowback
     Firing Mode:  Semi automatic

Brief note on using the Baby Nambu

The Nambu Type B pistol, commonly known as the 'Baby Nambu', was a scaled down version of a military pistol designed by Major Kijiro Nambu. It was intended for sale to officers, who could purchase it either through commercial channels or via a co-operative association (the Kaikosha for the Army, Suikosha for the Navy).

The Type B (Baby) Nambu is somewhat of a rare handgun produced from 1907-1929. While it was produced to replace the Type A Nambu, the price per gun was unfortunately too expensive. Although the Type B Nambu wasn’t issued for military purposes, it was available for private purchase by a very limited number of Japanese officers. For many in the military it became a status symbol to own one. Today they are among the rarest and most desirable pistols for the Japanese military collector.

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