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    Russian Revolvers

    the only russian made revolver that I have seen is the nagant m1895. Im sure there have been other revolvers made in Russia or the USSR, does anyone own one or have seen one?

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    Here you go, Russian Revolvers from 1850-1950

    Lots of good info. Personally I would love to have a S&W No.3 real or repo. It's on my list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Foley View Post
    nagant m1895.
    I want one, for obvious reasons.

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    The old school Nagant M95 pistols are a very cool and crude throwback to 100+ year old tech.
    I shoot mine every once in a while.








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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBLUE View Post
    The old school Nagant M95 pistols are a very cl and crude throwback to 100+ year old tech.
    I shoot mine every once in a while.








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    Might have to add one to my collection.

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    The ammo is definitely different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeZulu View Post
    I want one, for obvious reasons.

    A can?
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    Nice Nagants.

    I picked up a few to go with my Mosins from a local gun show when they were $70 with accessories. I've tried both 7.62x38R and .32 S&W Long in them without issue. I'm set up to load for mine but haven't got around to it. Interesting revolver for it's time. Whew, that double action pull though.

    Late 1943 Izhevsk production with some post WW2 gear.
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    They are neat from a technical standpoint (I have a 1918 one), but the DA trigger pull is pretty bad.. To the point that they might as well be a SA... But it was $100, so I can't complain.

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    I got mine when they were $99.87 for two (shipped!)

    Interesting guns, for their history, but not much fun to shoot.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepFan View Post
    Nice Nagants.

    I picked up a few to go with my Mosins from a local gun show when they were $70 with accessories. I've tried both 7.62x38R and .32 S&W Long in them without issue. I'm set up to load for mine but haven't got around to it. Interesting revolver for it's time. Whew, that double action pull though.

    Late 1943 Izhevsk production with some post WW2 gear.
    Your holster is like mine. Same rough outside finish. I have several holsters and I can't remember which gun they go to. I bought mine at a gun show 10-12 years ago for around $80 - $100.

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