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The Nambu Type 14 is a semi-automatic handgun with recoil-spring action manufactured by Koishikawa Arsenal, which later came to be known as the Tokyo Artillery Arsenal. Produced in 1925, this pistol was used by non-commissioned offers in the Japanese Army. Later models could have included an elongated and enlarged trigger guard, and knurled steel cocking knob, as well as an auxiliary magazine spring and left-side lever safety. In the mid-40s, the Type 14 was duplicated by William B. Ruger at the very start of his gun making career, with the design later incorporated into the Ruger Standard and later the Mark series.

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