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Buying heirloom firearms

Discussion in 'Firearms Chat' started by HoLeChit, Jan 20, 2021.

  1. MacFromOK

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    That's a really cool pistol. Kind of an odd lookin' critter. :thumb:

    Radically different trigger guard. :anyone:
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    Oh yeah. Quite a difference. For one thing the Grandpa Nambu actually worked. The One I have was a late in the war stamp em and ship em. According to the serial number it was late 1944 manufactured. This one has no refinement, grinding and machining marks, and if you watch any Youtube on these they all show the pistol jamming multiple times. The bottlenecked 8mm shells used to be available in limited quantity but most end up mangled in the attempt to feed. They even have a baby Nambu.

    This is a great website on the Nambu.

    http://www.nambuworld.com/
     
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