Type 14 Nambu taken right off the factory assemble line as parts and assembled by my daughter in laws grandfather who was in some of the first occupation troops who were sent out to secure and weapon's and ordnances in the home islands. He said his group was assigned to guard a factory and while they were wondering around in it they found bids of gun parts and accessories. Over the weeks that they were there he a few other build up several T-14's and traded them and sold them to other troops who had goodies they wanted. He remembers s that there were bin after bin of un-complete pistols for the taking. There guarding came to an end when all the goodies were taken by truck to some navy barges. He assumed it was all dumped in the sea as that what the navy guys said they were doing with it. Here are some pictures of his Nambu un-completed in the white with no arsenal making or serial number. Not sure if he can sell it as it's un-number frame and all. Kind of cool to see. Next time I go up the see the grandkids I'll take better pictures of it to post.