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JonM 12-10-2011 12:36 AM

Nagant Revolver
 
the wife and i went to the pistol range this afternoon then dinner then hit the gunshow over in milwaukee. she picked up some t-shirts and we were going isle to isle and showing her various old war relics. someone had a nice tokerev svt-40 for 800-ish. we came across a display of very nice condition nagant revolvers she saw the price and said get one thats cheap enough. how could i argue with her!!

so ive got a very nice tula made nagant. pick it up friday. plans are to find someway to have the barrel threaded and get a supressor for it.

no pics till friday couldnt use a camera inside the show

Firearms4ever 12-10-2011 12:40 AM

I've got to get my hands on a Nagant Revolver before they become expensive, or before ammunition is non existant.

trip286 12-10-2011 12:51 AM

I want one real bad too. At the kind of price those are going for it would be hard for me to pass up.

JonM 12-10-2011 01:57 AM

its a good addition to the mosin 91/30. kinda the diametrical opposite of my colt python heh. a couple ammo companies make new manufactured gascheck rounds for it. its not a gun you get to shoot tons of cheap bullets like the 91/30 its more a military collector gun you fire 50 rounds now and then.

trip286 12-10-2011 02:04 AM

Yes, but bulk surplus rounds can be found, and pretty cheap too. I think AIM has some. .32 smith or short will feed it too.

I want one by tula, since my 91/30 is tula.

JonM 12-10-2011 02:30 AM

dont use lead without cleaning every 30 roundsish it will lead up the cylinder pin. when using those rounds.

there are also 32acp cylinders for it too.

OzarkRecluse 12-10-2011 11:26 AM

You're going to put a supressor on a revolver? Makes me think you've watched too many movies.

NitroxAZ 12-10-2011 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by OzarkRecluse (Post 647705)
You're going to put a supressor on a revolver? Makes me think you've watched too many movies.

Actually, this is possible with this revolver. The cylinder moves forward to create a seal when you pull the trigger. Here is a video or you can find others on You Tube. I am glad I got one a few years back. They are really cool looking but ammo is expensive and odd looking.


JonM 12-10-2011 01:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OzarkRecluse (Post 647705)
You're going to put a supressor on a revolver? Makes me think you've watched too many movies.

Its one if not the only revolver that can be very effectively suppressed.

trip286 12-10-2011 01:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JonM

Its one if not the only revolver that can be very effectively suppressed.

I want to say the british made a gas seal revolver, but I may be confusing that with their semi auto revolver.


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