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CAW Nambu Type 14 Last Stage Model Heavyweight Dummy Cartridge Model Gun

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Original Price $350.69
Current Price $315.62
SKU CAW-4571261554087
Product Description:

About Real Pistol
The Nambu pistols (南部拳銃 or 南部大型自動拳銃, Nanbu kenjuu or Nanbu ōgata jidou-kenjuu) were a series of semi-automatic pistols produced by the Japanese company Koishikawa Arsenal, later known as the Tokyo Artillery Arsenal. The series had five variants, the Type A Model 1902 (also called the Grandpa Nambu), the Type A Model 1902 Modified (also known as the Papa Nambu), the Type B (also known as the Baby Nambu), the Type 14 (南部十四年式自動拳銃) and the Type 94. The Nambu pistols were designed to replace Japan's earlier service pistol, the Type 26 Revolver.
The pistols were designed by Kijiro Nambu and saw extensive service in the Empire of Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese War and Pacific War. The most common variant, the Type 14, was used mostly by officers, who had to pay for their pistols themselves.

CAW Nambu Type 14 Last Stage Model Heavyweight Dummy Cartridge Model Gun

Metal Construction resemble the Type 14 Pistol
Realistic Operation, Like the Real Steel

Metal Construction
With Metal 5 Rounds Shell Loading Capacity Realistic Magazine
Come With 5 Shell
The toggle action function that jumps back for each shot

Non Firing Model Gun, Great for using it as a movie Prpo

Specification:
Capacity (rds)
5
Color
Black
Country
Japan
Length (mm)
255
Magazine Type
Shells
Material
Polymer
Net Weight (g)
642
Platform
NON FIRING MODEL
Replica Type
PISTOL