CAW Nambu Type14 Last Stage Version Model Gun

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  • Highly Realistic Model Gun
  • Shell Loading into Magazine
  • Shell Ejectable
  • Historically Accurate Replica
  • Heavy Realistic Weight

The Nambu Type 14 is a semi-automatic firing pistol used and made by the Japanese during the early 1900s and was used in the Japanese military with several different variations. The history of the Nambu pistol is rich and takes inspiration from European designs of its time as you can see it closely resembles the Luger P08.

This nonfiring model gun from CAW is a highly accurate replica of the Nambu Type 14. Though it is not a firing and operational airsoft gun, it can be appreciated by airsofters, collectors, and history buffs alike. The attention to detail is superb as even though it is not a full metal gun the weight feels as if you are holding a metal pistol. The finishing is excellent as its matte finish gives it an air of realism. Finally, the Type 14 can be loaded with its included shells. Not only can you load these shells into the magazine of the pistol, but you can charge the pistol and chamber each shell. Upon rechambering, you will even be able to extract the round in the chamber giving the gun a realistic shell ejecting function.

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Shell Compatibility:

  • CAW Nambu Type 14 Shells


  • x1 CAW Nambu Type14 Last Stage Version Model Gun
  • x5 Shells
  • x1 User Manual
ModelWW1 & WW2
Replica TypePISTOL
Net Weight (kg)0.72
Length (mm)250.0
Content Included

CAW Nambu Type14 Last Stage Version Model Gun

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