Field dismounting of the nambu type 14 advanced dismounting of the nambu type 14 - dismounting of the extractor - dismounting of the sear - dismounting of the safety lever - re-assembly tip - dismounting of the magazine safety - remaining parts - parts legend - early model - parts legend - later model functioning of the nambu type 14 (i) - the 8mm nambu cartridge - recoil of the barrel. The photographs on the left are of the front and back of the type 14 nambu, while the pictures on the right show the top and bottom of the pistol.
This pistol is of enormous historical value as it shows the earliest development of the nambu pistol, dating back to 1902 this photo shows some characteristics which are standard distinguishing features between grandpas and papas, and some that are unique to this pistol.
The nambu pistol series is a recoil operated, locked breech, semi-automatic pistol the pistols are slender barreled with a single piece frame  the barrel is forged integrally with the receiver [1. That gun is the type 94 pistol designed by kijiro nambu chambered in 8mm nambu tales of the gun said that the type 94 is a collectible “not to shoot, but to ridicule” and with that i knew i had to have one.
Nambu type 94 pistol the company’s logo was a stylized version of the character nam, which was the first character in nambu consequently, the pistol is marked with the nagoya arsenal mark (rearmost mark) and the chuo kogyo mark (immediately preceding the serial number.
I have a very nice type 14 nambu with the large trigger guard it is a nagoya serial 14980 the date code is 192 it is all match ing except the clip when was this pistol made. 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 development of the type 94 pistol began in 1929, and after several redesigns the final prototype was.
The type 94 nambu pistol was designed by kojiro nambu after he retired from the japanese army and founded the nambu rifle manufacturing company design for the type 94 nambu pistol commenced in 1929 with the goal of reducing the bulk and price of previous nambu designs [3. Field stripping of the nambu type 94 pistol (i) - breechblock locking key - firing pin engaged in the recess of the locking key - slide stopped by the locking block.
Nambu world: a brief overview of type 14 markings right side markings the most useful markings for identifying a type 14 pistol are usually those on the ride side towards the rear of the pistol, ie the area shown in this photo. The nambu type 90 was a flare gun of japanese origin and manufactured by nambu it was used by the imperial japanese navy and came with two or three barrels nambu type 90 the third model (dating from late in world war 2) was simplified and manufactured with two barrels for ease of production.