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Old 09-08-2012, 01:41 AM   #1
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Default 7,62 mm Nagant pistol.

It's got this in trade for two knifes I'm building. I know it's not worth much but I like it. Gonna go shoot it tomorrow if the weather is good. Just wondering anything I need to look for as far as trouble or any good things about these pistols.

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Old 09-08-2012, 01:54 AM   #2
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I bought one at a gun show and some jerk drilled the cylinder. So my bullets wouldn't stay in. I had to order a replacement. Mine was not re-arsenaled though. I ordered a new cylinder and it works great. Ammo is pricey. But what ammo isn't pricey?

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Anybody else go any info on this pistol? Value? Year of production...?

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Anybody else go any info on this pistol? Value? Year of production...?
Could we get some closer shots of the numbers and markings?

C3 can probably tell you without them, but us mortals need stuff to work with
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Ok well here we are.

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in my professional opinion, we need to wait for c3

looks to me like a standard nagant, should be a lot of fun to shoot.

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Its a cool old revolver to own, but 100 rds of ammo cost more than the gun itself

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Its a cool old revolver to own, but 100 rds of ammo cost more than the gun itself
.32 S&W long can also be safely fired in these revolvers, I know for a fact, because I did it many times. It is somewhat cheaper than the original, but not much.
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I bought one at a gun show and some jerk drilled the cylinder. So my bullets wouldn't stay in. I had to order a replacement. Mine was not re-arsenaled though. I ordered a new cylinder and it works great. Ammo is pricey. But what ammo isn't pricey?
If I am not mistaken, there were "replacement" cylinders sold for these. They were chambered for modern ammo. That may be what you had. As far as other issues, you are going to need to do some training, like lifting weights with your trigger finger. Double action is the toughest trigger pull I have ever experienced, it must have been near 20#.

It is a fun revolver to play with when you get the tactical speed reloading thing under control.
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Hey just remember, Japanese Arisakas weren't worth squat until the 90s. The value of these revolvers will be much more as years go by. I've been meaning to pick on up actually.

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