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Which Nagant would YOU choose?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Usertag, Oct 23, 2011.

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  1. Usertag

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    Ok, so I'm wondering should I get a Tula or A Ishevsk M1895 Nagant? The reason I want Ishevsk is, because it is more OG. But the downside is the years it was made in (Earlier Models). When you buy from JG Sales do you get the newer models (1940's) or older models (Pre-40's)? Also which year has the best (right) specs to fit in a .32ACP Cylinder, with no problem? Because I have heard that there are mechanical problems with the cylinder on certain model years. To sum it all up. Does the year it was made have anything to do with the way it shoot or durability? Please actually answer this and don't say "Ishevsk and Tula are the same". There are reasons I asked this question.

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    1. Should I get a Tula or A Ishevsk M1895 Nagant?

    2. When you buy from JG Sales do you get the newer models (1940's) or older models (Pre-40's)?

    3. Also which year has the best (right) specs to fit in a .32ACP Cylinder, with no problem?

    4. Does the year it was made have anything to do with the way it shoot or durability?

    PLEASE, be specific when you answer.
    Thank You!
     
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    They all suck. Get whichever ya want for whatever reason other than shooting. :D Seriously, I can't handle the trigger on those things SA or DA. They'd make good conversation pieces, though, they're collectable, and hell, they're cheap. There's plenty of reasons to own 'em other than actually shooting 'em.
     
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