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    Thanks, that does help.

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    Tula markings used circa 1912-1918. It reads:

    Tula
    Imperial Peter the Great
    Ordnance Factory

    I have merged your two threads together for ease of viewing.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ade i thought tulu markings where a 5 point star may be wrong
    tom

  4. #14

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    Thanks. Do you know where I could buy ammunition for this revolver?

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    deact or live

    tom

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    Live - I understand that some companies are still manufacturing the rounds.

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    7.62x38 nagant ammo - Google Search

    have a wee looksee

    tom

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    The Tula 5 point star is a post civil war (1928 on ) Communist marking for the USSR. As Adrian stated it is marked with the Tsarist marking for the 1916 period.

    PS -jtr1963 during which war was it captured by your relative? The Germans used captured Russian weapons in both World Wars and a 1916 example would have been an old one still to be in use by WW2 (although it could have been a souvenired WW1 example used by a German in WW2).

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    thank you lithgow more learning needed in russian markings me thinks

    tom

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    I will get more details tonight. I was told that he picked it up @ the battle of the bulge from a german soldier.

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