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nagant revolver... worth buying?

This is a discussion on nagant revolver... worth buying? within the Non-XD Handguns forums, part of the Other Handgun Talk category; still waiting for my c&r and contemplating my first buy. the nagant revolver seems like a interesting piece and a great value. any feedback on ...


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Old 08-03-2008, 07:55 PM   #1
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nagant revolver... worth buying?

still waiting for my c&r and contemplating my first buy. the nagant revolver seems like a interesting piece and a great value. any feedback on this pistol?

the 3 guns I am looking at purchasing once I get my license in are the mosin 91/30 and/or 44, the nagant revolver, and a sks if I can find a c&r eligible one somewhere.
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Old 08-03-2008, 09:29 PM   #2
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I purchased one quite aways back for a just to have pistol, shot it once and put it away, ammo is kind of high
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Old 08-03-2008, 09:41 PM   #3
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well i think the sks and mossin rifle would be better values. The mossin revolver is kinda a neat novelty. If you dont have any battle rifles, i woudl definatley get the sks or mossin rifle first. For good measure a mauser also, then tons of ammmo for all the battle rifles. THEN the novelty revolver.
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Old 08-03-2008, 09:45 PM   #4
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AIMsurp use to have like nib yugos for $150. Now this was a year ago so I dont know what they are at now.
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Old 08-03-2008, 09:55 PM   #5
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yes get one! im looking for a decent priced one right now, I probably wouldnt shoot it much i just want one to have one!
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AIMsurp use to have like nib yugos for $150. Now this was a year ago so I dont know what they are at now.
most of the big name online shops like aim, jg, gilberts, cdnn, centerfire etc, the lowest out there is about $199 for a yougo.

check out classic arms 8mm mauser for $129 thats a good value right there.

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i want one of those Yugo mausers i have a german K98 but i want a Yugo for a shooter/hunting rifle!
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Here's a recent thread I started on the subject:

http://www.xdtalk.com/forums/non-xd-...-wheelgun.html

From my own experience, I'd say absolutely pick one up. I probably won't be shooting mine much just from the price of ammo, but as an example of clever engineering and an all-around interesting piece, they're a good addition to any collection.
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well i think the sks and mossin rifle would be better values. The mossin revolver is kinda a neat novelty. If you dont have any battle rifles, i woudl definatley get the sks or mossin rifle first. For good measure a mauser also, then tons of ammmo for all the battle rifles. THEN the novelty revolver.
I agree, the 1895 Nagant would be a good addition to your collection but you likely would not shoot it as much. Many people shoot .32 Long or 32 H&R magnum out of these pistols but the cases do buldge some and its not that accurate. I would get a Mosin Nagant first or even spend a bit more and get a Swiss K31 with are just outstanding and very accurate rifles made like a Swiss watch, but the avaliblity of these K31's is drying up and I think Mosin's will be around for awhile.





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I agree, the 1895 Nagant would be a good addition to your collection but you likely would not shoot it as much. Many people shoot .32 Long or 32 H&R magnum out of these pistols but the cases do buldge some and its not that accurate. I would get a Mosin Nagant first or even spend a bit more and get a Swiss K31 with are just outstanding and very accurate rifles made like a Swiss watch, but the avaliblity of these K31's is drying up and I think Mosin's will be around for awhile.





+1 on the K31. Course the Mosin isn't a bad buy for the price either. Don't forget to send your C&R to MidwayUSA and Brownells as they'll give you a discount.
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