Nambu pistol Type 14 explained

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
- Unlocking of the breech
- Barrel back into battery
Functioning of the Nambu Type 14 (II)
- The trigger functioning
- Sear and firing pin engagement
- The trigger disconnection
Functioning of the Namnu Type 14 (III)
- Cartridge feeding
- Cartridge ejection
- Breechblock hold-open system
- Firing cycle of the Nambu Type 14 - Animated sequence
The safeties of the Nambu Type 14
- The manual safety
- The automatic magazine safety
- The magazine retention spring
The Nambu Type 14 accessories
- The Nambu type 14 magazine
- The Nambu type 14 holster
- The cleaning rod
- The lanyard
From the "Type Nambu" to the Nambu Type 14
- The "Type Nambu" pistol or "Papa" Nambu
- Type 26 revolver
- "Papa Nambu" parts and functioning
- The small "Type Nambu" or "Baby Nambu"
- The early Nambu Type 14
Evolution of the Nambu Type 14 (I)
- Type 14 of the early production
- Firing pin and firing pin guide modifications
- Magazine safety installation
- Elongated trigger guard and magazine retention spring
- Grip plate serrations
Evolution of the Nambu Type 14 (II)
- Early metal finish (straw-colored & rust blue)
- Later metal finish (salt blue)
- Last modification of the firing pin and guide
- Modifications of the cocking piece
- End of war grip plates
- Modification of the rear sight cut
The markings of the Nambu Type 14 pistol (I)
- Japanese alphabet and numerals
- Japanese calendars and Emperor reigns
- Control marks and arsenal symbols
- Koishikawa & Kokura Arsenals
- Nagoya Arsenal
- Nambu Factory
- Markings on the left side of the pistol
The markings of the Nambu Type 14 pistol (II)
- Producers and "Showa" era markings
- The serial number on the Nambu Type 14 parts
Serial numbers of the Nambu Type 14 by year
- Chigusa factory at Nagoya Arsenal
- Nambu factory under Nagoya Arsenal control
- Toriimatsu factory of Nagoya Arsenal - 1st series
- Toriimatsu factory of Nagoya Arsenal - 2nd series
- Koishikawa/Kokura Arsenals
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