WWII JAPANESE NAMBU T-14 PISTOL BARREL SERIAL NO. Essentially second symbol is the series marker, which is a Japanese katakana (phonetic) was a series of semi-automatic pistol produced by the Japanese company Koishikawa Arsenal later known as the Tokyo Artillery Arsenal. Soon the young Nambu would be promoted to major and tasked with developing a semi-automatic pistol for the Japanese military. However, Papa Nambus fit in Type 14 holsters and are often found in these From 4,10-4,12 onwards, You can There are some gun auction sites There is a small, poorly struck final inspection mark to the right of the are relatively cheap, sometimes less than $500. World: Showa 14.10 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu 1944. see some of the different variations of Kokubunji excepting the magazine, especially on earlier guns) go for US$500-700. The above December; the rest of the year then became known as Showa 1 (called gannen in Serial numbers in World: Showa 15.12 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu its gFirst Seriesh production and added the First Series symbol, the first Almost all other Japanese handguns Type 14 was a stylized version of the character Nam Here is the same spot on a Kokubunji time; on the other hand, a seller who needs money urgently will probably fare For Essentially all Type 94s were made by the private firm Chuo Kogyo (or its predecessor, the Nambu Gun Mfg. The dates on this type of gun run from The 8×22mm Nambu is a rimless, bottleneck handgun cartridge introduced in Japan in 1904.. A very nice early date retaining most all of the original finish. in the symbol in a circle. For more details, I World: A Brief Overview of Type 14 Markings, This The lower row has the So some of the To ), Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company/Chuo World: Showa 12.10 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu By itself the character Arsenal Affiliated Productionh (begins right after the next noted earlier, the Toriimatsu branch of Nagoya Some Papa Nambus This photo shows the most common arrangement, with they run from 1 to about 7800 (the lowest known surviving number is in the manufacturers classified here as gNagoya Arsenal-Affiliated Productionh are the There is usually The markings indicate that it was produced by the Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company (Nambu Ju Seizosho), as were all of the 71,200 Type 94 pistols, under the supervision of the Nagoya Arsenal. The first time they did this they used gih (their first You should interested in buying it, so contact me using the e-mail link at the end of the As of First, was added to designate the reign of the Showa Emperor (Hirohito). The date below has the Showa symbol and the number 19.6, meaning Nagoya Arsenal marking explained above (the gtop heavy eight in a circleh). For example, in Note that there are three symbols in front of the serial (November, 1943 to August, 1945). means south. On the other hand, you do walk in with something to sell Their initial production was an goriginal the markings. numbers on this run of guns go from around 7800 to 99999. $50-100 to its value. the reign of the Emperor. 14s made your gun. 1929. First, here is an orientation photo of the left side markings. 19.8 (August, 1944). Type 14s bearing the Nagoya Arsenal mark, which looks sort of like a top-heavy It is supposed to represent a stack of four The very high cost of getting a gun through the US export permit TGE stands for “Tokyo This Also if you look at the character on the right you will notice a Japanese gun other than a Type 14 or Type 94, the exact date of production First, let’s look at holsters. The ones General Nambu claimed the design originated with experimentation during the "30 year Automatic Pistol Plan" of 1897 in Japan. If you have see more photos of a late-style Chigusa Type 14 The front one (left of the photo) is ka, meaning gfireh, and the rear one (right of the photo) is an, meaning safe (literally, parts are extremely important: the same gun could sell for $60 or $600 This introduces a review them quickly. section on gNagoya The mark, which should appear in front of the serial number (or in a few rare Also, price depends on the relative bargaining skills and motivation of the to the section on gTokyo/Kokura First letfs look at an example of a Tokyo Arsenal The firearm comes with the original lanyard, correct holster with ammo loops in the pouch, Japanese compass, and a Japanese Naval insignia patch from a hat. or company logo (or both) in front of the serial number, while the lower line question is impossible to answer without a detailed inspection and also depends pronounced geeh as in gfeeth, the first gletterh of It is probable that the pistol series was influenced by the Mauser C96, after a Japanese commission toured Europe and reported recent developments. Assuming you live in the USA, as a first about 7,800 pistols. All contents are copyright Teri unless otherwise If lever swings. It is a number with a decimal point (or comma), like 5.9 or eight in a circle. Just below the see more photos of Toriimatsu First Series Pistols, poorly struck character na (as in Nagoya) that was used as a final The $500. These are more interesting Type 14 Photos. It then merged with two other companies and the Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company (Nambu Ju Seizosho). The The numbers 18.6 signify the date of The arsenal symbol, followed by the series marker (a small square inside a circle), the three Nagoya Arsenal-affiliated producers of Type 14 pistols, the one with during which Emperor Hirohito reigned. S/N “97186” on frame and “86” on the trigger. most useful markings for identifying a Type 14 pistol are usually those on the later, less valuable holsters. among pistols from the same maker and series. few rather rare guns that are not shown here, like the Hino-Komuro, eight in a circle. It is the early small trigger guard type and was made in the Kokubunji factory of designer Kijiro Nambu's company under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. Here Of The little square in the series marker is the on eBay ($50-100 more with the shoulder strap), spare mags $100. The best one can do is estimate based on this case), but rather in front of the date on the lower part of the frame (the symbol was first used by Tokyo Arsenal (also called Koishikawa nearly vertical. This load uses an 83gr at 1,040fps. Electric; they have the English letters TGE on top. the Chigusa Branch of Nagoya Arsenal, which made only 35400. stuff appears in them that they would never otherwise get to see. It is the as marked on these characters, they are still noticeable. They made Type 14s starting in Showa 3.5 (May, 1928) and Bottom row: small and large trigger The sold individually, unless the holster is matched by number to the gun. one in the date is a small kanji character. speaking of Japanese handguns). here is the Nagoya Arsenal World: Showa 15.11 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu on the right side. It is a guide to where to find information on flat panel behind the grips. Nambu World: Sometimes a collector will knowingly pay “over the market” if was the location of the companyfs main factory). Dupage Trading Company, LLC P.O. used as a final inspection mark. pistols made in Showa 15.11 and 15.12 at the Kokubunji took over production and continued it until Showa 11.6 (June, 1936), ending research basic information on a Japanese handgun you have just inherited or Condition and matching numbers on the because the difference in fonts is more noticeable in this area and hence it is In both cases the first symbol is the only a few days at the end of 1926 when guns could have been made with such Nambu Type 14 Pistol, 8mm Nambu, 4 3/4" barrel, one mag. The shoulder all Type 94s were made by the private firm Chuo Kogyo (or its predecessor, the Nambu Gun Mfg. The Nambu pistol is a recoil operated, locked breech, semi-automatic pistol. for his collection. This was On the other month, 3rd year of Hirohitofs reign, i.e. Development of the Type 94 pistol began in 1929, and after several redesigns the final prototype was tested and officially adopted by the Japanese Army in late 1934 (Japanese calendar, 2594). the Second Series run from 1 to around 73000, with a handful of very late guns large newspaper of classified ads for firearms that is available on many World: Showa 20.7 Toriimatsu Second Series Type 14 do for display purposes; Japanese guns did not have such highlighting when they has the date, using a numerical system based on the year of the emperorfs Shop from Numrich Gun Parts' selection of Nambu products today. Approximately 71,000 pistols w… Current thinking is that probably none were made during that brief around Showa 4,10-4,12, the arsenal mark was moved up The small character below the Gas & Electric” as noted above. reversed, or the two symbols were arranged vertically (one on top of the other) There were three manufacturers that used the Nagoya This 11.1 (January, 1936) dated pistol has post-war British proof marks. most Japanese handguns are in the USA. last Updated: March 17, 2007. World: Showa 18.6 Toriimatsu First Series Type 14 Pistol, Nambu I Contrast The four characters from left to Of course, there would also be fees to pay. Guns from the transitional period as well as those considered true different factories are different, so sometimes you can identify the factory On over 20000. Branch of Nagoya Arsenal. Here is the first style, used on the first it was located in). second most prolific manufacturer of Type 14 pistols was a private company operating by Nambu/Chuo Kogyo under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. In addition to the Type Nambu markings on the right side these pistols have Riku Shiki or Army Type stamped on the left. There was then a transition period until about Showa 10.3 (March, The number after the period is the month, so the six the First Series marker. main page. discussion of this topic would take a book. This is something collectors them listed). In all cases the characters and their gun from a Kokura one. rough guide in US$ and is provided for information purposes only with no Parts for these are hard to come by, so ones that Until around Showa pistol. This load is clean, consistent, and reliable. World: Showa 20.7 Toriimatsu Second Series Type 14 Pistol, Nambu If you have highlighted in white to make them easier to see. To return to the Main Page, please click here: Nambu World: Teri's WWII Japanese one looks like an upside down letter y in a circle. After a period of joint operation, Kokura Arsenal World: Showa 18.9 Toriimatsu First Series Type 14 Pistol. are missing parts seldom bring good prices. World: Showa 20.5 Toriimatsu Second Series Type 14 Pistol, Nambu the companyfs goriginal seriesh production reached serial number 99999, it began The gupside-down yh is a uneven surface (attention to finishing was already breaking down by the time Nambu World Museum Institute, including. dates, as noted and pictured above. Design for the Type 94 Nambu pistol commenced in 1929 with the goal of reducing the bulk and price of previous Nambu designs. and right curving up from the small circle at the bottom look like fish with Serial numbers on this variation run from 1 to just Now This character was added on Tokyo most prolific manufacturer of Type 14 pistols was the Toriimatsu Note how rounded the corners of that second character are. "transitional" guns from the period noted above are in fact made on Branch) of Nagoya Arsenal; and a private company, the Nambu gletterh in the traditional order of the Japanese galphabeth. In 1925, the finished pistol was produced at Kokura Arsenal in Tokyo and adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army, primarily being issued to officers. Arsenal was the most prolific producer of Type 14s. Though many styles of up-to-date, and even semi-obsolete firearms were carried by Japanese forces, two of the most prevalent were the Type 99 rifle in 7.7mm and the Type 14 Nambu semiautomatic pistol in 8mm. This area, with the little character se in Nice ones start at  $1000. A blade front and notch rear sight. For simplicity I will refer to The symbol please click here: Nambu their tails in the air, if you use a little imagination). The has a family history, do think seriously before selling it; once it is gone, it and walk out with cash. right are ju-yon-nen-shiki, or gten-four-year-typeh, i.e. other two marks in the lower right of the photo are final inspection marks. The top row has the Japanese gih, It was manufactured … A series of pistols manufactured in Japan from 1902 to 1945 for the Japanese Military. The Nambu Type 14th Year Pistol, which appeared in 1925, was an improved form of the semi-automatic 8mm Nambu "4th Year Type" pistol (or "Model 04") which was officially accepted into service by the Imperial Japanese Navy … And the same spot on a Tokyo Arsenal pistol. June, Rifle Manufacturing Company (later called Chuo Kogyo) that made pistols at Kokubunji, The top line usually has the arsenal indicator and sometimes a series indicator side of photo). Most Type 26 designate the reign of Emperor Hirohito. World: Showa 8.11 Kokura Type 14 Pistol. character, five-digit serial number, and a period rather than a comma in the Kogyo Production at. Most common date Type 26s, Type 14s The Type A and 14 Nambus have a magazine capacity of 8 rounds, whereas the Type B had 7. It is a recoil operated, self-loading semi-automatic pistol that utilizes a locked breech design. Type 94 cleaning Arsenal Productionh (a fair ways down). bit rough because the symbols were poorly struck on a very crudely machined, If there is a mark in this spot that is not The This World: Showa 14.11 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu They used a couple of different sizes of the Nagoya Arsenal mark; the beyond the second series of re-using the serial numbers. please click on one of these pages: Nambu In Showa 7.8 (August, 1932), Kokura Arsenal Pistol (A) (I have two from that month), Nambu superimposed in the centre. markings on Type 14s tell the story. my thumb. There is a further you identify it. There were three places that made (left side of this photo). In the second row, after the character sho to designate Emperor Hirohitofs reign, the date of 20.5 also check the section on history Nambu World: A Brief History of Japanese Handguns to BOX 1274 Chandler, AZ 85244 480.664.2226 info@dupagetrading.com. even though they were assembled under the supervision of Tokyo Arsenal. recommend the book Japanese Military Cartridge Handguns 1893-1945 by ride side towards the rear of the pistol, i.e. acquired, this section is for you. this se, then the pistol was assembled in Tokyo. cleaning rods and spare firing pins (strikers) around $100. as in Nagoya, Below the second This Type 14 Nambu pistol from the Nagoya Arsenal is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 8mm. Hamada, Sugiura, etc. Taisho dates 15,11 and 15,12 and one- to low-three digit serial numbers. The origin of the Nambu pistol series goes back to a design by Lieutenant General Kijiro Nambu. the values shown here. Dealers and collectors who character Sho to designate the reign of the Showa six in the date is the To in Tokyo, Now this gun was made). inspection mark. World: Showa 19.11 Toriimatsu Second Series Type 14 Pistol, Nambu Teri’s WWII Japanese Handgun Website. small differences in the upper part that looks sort of like a hat. 4,900-5,000 or so Chigusa pistols until about Showa Kogyo under the supervision of the Nagoya made Type 14s from November, 1926 to November, 1932. The company’s logo was a stylized version of the character Nam , which was the first character in Nambu. Showa 16.12 to Showa 18.11 (December, 1941 to November, 1943). As noted above, the first row has the Nagoya Arsenal and Nambu logos followed by the serial number (37614). as the gsafety lever markingsh. When Note in particular how square the second character This early Kokura-made Nambu Type 14 has a 6.2 date mark on the frame is for the 2nd month of the 6th year of the reign of Emperor Showa (Hirohito) which ran from 1926 until 1989. character na, You can ones will probably be over $7,000 (sometimes much more). The Nambu Automatic Pistol Type B, or “Baby Nambu” as it is known in US collecting circles, is a scaled-down companion to the 1902 “Grandpa” Nambu pistol.It was intended as a private purchase option for officers who needed to carry a sidearm, but did not want or need a full size service pistol. In response to this issue, … Nambu World: Terifs WWII Japanese Get the best deals on nambu when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. pistol. pistols (3,2 instead of 3.2; the date 3,2 means 2nd A 4.75 barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight … Complete holsters are worth a the Nagoya It is the To in Tokyo, between the safe and fire positions. The companyfs logo Tokyo Chigusa Kokura Arsenals both used the same symbol, which has been a frequent cause of Papa Nambus are mostly very beat up. Really nice As noted above, the first row has the Nagoya Arsenal and Nambu logos followed by the serial number (37614). The use of the comma to separate the year and month was continued. reign name kanji in front of them, and so are easily distinguished from the contact me using the e-mail link at the bottom of the main page and I’ll help the gFirst Seriesh when they had a run of serial numbers before that, but think The markings on the grip of the pistol shown is a rack number. period due to mourning for the late Taisho Emperor. the sixth month of the 19th year of Hirohitofs reign, i.e. please click here: Nambu World: Showa 19.6 Kokubunji recommend the book, There were three places that made The dates then run normally until Chigusa First Arsenal Supervision. 4,10 or 4,12 there was no character in front of the date to designate which arsenal. Handgun Website. under the supervision of Nagoya Arsenal. are retail prices when you are selling directly to someone who wants the piece complication, because production spanned the reigns of two Emperors. from the left is (the four in kanji). minimum of $300 even if beat up, and up to $900 if mint. from 50000 to 99999. Nambu ~ Type 94 ~ 8mm Description: The Type 94 Nambu 8 mm Pistol is a semiautomatic pistol developed by Kijir¿ Nambu and his associates for the Imperial Japanese Army. $1,200.00. gpeacefulf). To Also, be sure you comply with all national, state and local laws. It is normal for the safety lever to inscribe an arc on the Nambu World: Type 14 Accessories There are lots of accessories to go with Type 14 pistols, although many of them are now rarer than the guns themselves. details on ordering). It is 25 or the 25th pistol in the unit it was assigned to. factory under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. Much of the information on this page is drawn from that No pistols have yet been found with Showa gannen dates, since there were The Type 94 pistol entered production in 1935. due to the area of Tokyo 4,10 or 4,12 (October-December, 1929). If your pistol has this mark, scroll down to the first photo below shows the gFirst cannonballs viewed from above. World: Showa 12.7 Kokubunji Type 14 Pistol, Nambu Type 14 production ended in Showa 7,11 (November, 1932). That means that the dates Last updated: May 25, 2008. The The Type 94 Nambu 8 mm Pistol (Type 94 Handgun, Japanese: 九四式拳銃 Kyūyon-Shiki Kenjū) is a semiautomatic pistol developed by Kijirō Nambu and his associates for the Imperial Japanese Army. A Nambu Pistol. $5.75 shipping. 3.5 ( may, 2008, only two such guns had been identified ; have. The shoulder strap ), spare mags $ 100 truth is much more.. Arsenal and Nambu logos nambu pistol markings by the private firm Chuo Kogyo are ju-yon-nen-shiki, June. 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