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I have no doubt on its finish - the finish is original. No disassembled pictures, no way to tell the cylinder being matching or not (numbered on the front side of the cylinder) and, grip panel numbering.
 

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I got a 1938 Soviet era sample. It is the only gun that I don't mind to load at home. The trigger pull is so heavy that accidentally discharging is almost impossible.

Note the firing pin is strawed.

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Unlike other revolvers with swing-out-wheels, removing the wheel from the Nagant for cleaning is a normal step in field stripping, so it is not uncommon to see mismatched wheel on Nagant 1895. Otherwise, this is a very nice sample..
 

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Very nice !! I would be proud to own that !!
 
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