HG3748 Here is a specimen from a limited acquisition of vintage WWII issue Russian military revolvers, the model 1895 Russian Nagant Revolver, chambered for the 7.62 Nagant cartridge. It also will chamber and fire both .32 S&W and .32 S&W Long cartridges, commonly available and relatively inexpensive rounds. The .32 H&R Magnum round will chamber and fire as well. This revolver has an excellent blue military arsenal finish from its home arsenal in Tula, Russia. All seven cylinder chambers and the bore are bright, clean, and excellent. Specs are traditional double and single action revolver; distinctive hammer nose firing pin; cylinder capacity 7 rounds of 7.62 Nagant and .32 Smith & Wesson / .32 S&W Long ammunition interchangeably. This revolver has a distinctive cylinder lockup with recessed cylinder face that mates to the barrel’s forcing cone when the trigger is fully depressed. Cylinder loads to the right side of the frame with a steel serrated loading gate; and the cylinder removes easily by extending the ejector rod and swiveling that assembly to the right for fired case ejection. Construction is entirely blue steel, with 4 1/2 inch barrel, dovetailed partridge front sight and fixed notch rear sight. Trigger pull gauges at around 12 to 15 pounds both in single and double action, no trouble at all when you’re staring down a Shmeisser. Weight empty is 28 ounces, center of gravity at the trigger. Grips are original Russian Government Issue checkered with blue steel screws and inlaid wood panels on the front and back straps. Original lanyard stud and ring are intact. This revolver is in its original military configuration, dated from 1935, the Year that the Nazi Regime flaunted the Treaty of Versailles with their military buildup; and it was on guard throughout World War II. Its only alien marking is Importer R Guns Cartersville IL stamping on the upper left side of the frame, with the R Guns serial number, the number of record for BATF purposes. This revolver has its original holster, cleaning rod and disassembly tool as the photos show. Own this fine, versatile, distinctive Russian Nagant Revolver, complete with its holster and tools, for only $ 149.00. Definitely C&R Eligible; C&Rs in Boston MA California, District of Colombia, Delaware, and certain other jurisdictions are required to transfer handguns through an 01 or 02 FFL, even though they are C&R Eligible.
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