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Old 12-22-2012, 11:48 AM
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I had to, alright?

Anyway, here's my '36 Tula. Just a common refurb'd one. Pretty much all of the accessoies are Post-WWII. The ammo is PPU.

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Old 11-18-2013, 12:19 AM
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It's a bit thread necro... But I like posting gratuitous pics...

1937 Tula, R-Guns import:

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Old 11-18-2013, 06:03 AM
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Outstanding pics gentleman. kudos to both of you.

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The awl looking thing. Is that Russian surplus or did you chance on a very close matching item? I'm guessing you use that to push out the spent casings.
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:02 PM
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Outstanding pics gentleman. kudos to both of you.

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The awl looking thing. Is that Russian surplus or did you chance on a very close matching item? I'm guessing you use that to push out the spent casings.

It is a Russian surplus dual bladed screwdriver for disassembling it.
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Old 11-18-2013, 09:40 PM
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The awl looking thing. Is that Russian surplus or did you chance on a very close matching item? I'm guessing you use that to push out the spent casings.
The funny thing is carrying a screwdriver would probably make it easier to pop casings out in a hurry.
You're suppose to unscrew the rod under the barrel, pull out, rotate and manually push and pull for each cylinder. I'd love to see an officer in the 1890's pulling that off while riding a horse...
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Nothing special as it is one of millions but had wanted to add a Nagant 1895 to my collection and now she's there; my 1929 TULA Nagant 1895
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Nothing special as it is one of millions but had wanted to add a Nagant 1895 to my collection and now she's there; my 1929 TULA Nagant 1895
I don't see any link to get to a picture?
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I don't see any link to get to a picture?
You should see the picture inserted into the post if you're logged in but if not and just in case here's a link:

http://www.soviet-steel.com/picture....&pictureid=505
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