Japan Type 26 revolver chambered in 9MM Jap. This early Koishikawa-Tokyo arsenal manufactured revolver was produced between the years 1893 to 1924. This is the 1st indigenous revolver adopted by the Japanese military and used through WWII, it was primarily issued to Japanese NCOs. The double-action-only system incorporates design features from Galand, Smith and Wesson top break, and the French Modele 1892 revolvers. Fewer than 60,000 were manufactured between the years 1893-1924. The 9MM Jap chambering is unique to this revolver.
This revolver has a 4.75" barrel, excellent bore, and mechanical condition with matching assembly numbers (556) on the grip frame panel, side plate, barrel, and trigger guard. It has matching assembly numbers (29) on the cylinder and extractor with matching numbers (50) on the frame and barrel. The thinning charcoal-type blued metal finish shows some light scratches, patina, and freckles. Has nitre blue finished hammer assembly and trigger. The checkered beechwood grips show light service wear and has a lanyard ring. There are Kanji acceptance stamps on the butt. This revolver has serial number 3985X, C&R eligible, and is in overall very good condition. Used.
This is a used firearm and we only have one in stock; first come first served.
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