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    I would like help identifying a revolver that was handed down through my wife's family. It is stamped 1916 with cryllic writing. She was told that an Uncle took it from a German soldier.

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    Can you be more specific, jtr1963? On a long shot, you probably have a Russian Nagant (cyrillic writing). Check if it's a seven shooter. If you can't post photos of it, try photos of Nagant revolver in the web;
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    these may help you...
    Regards, Thanos.

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    Thank You - This looks like our revolver without the writing.

    I have two pictures of our revolver, but I can not figure out how to insert into this message.

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    As Thanos says it would be a Russian Imperial made Nagant M1895 pistol in 7.62mm calibre-the standard Russian/Soviet handgun made from 1895 to 1945.

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    Quote by jtr1963 View Post
    Thank You - This looks like our revolver without the writing.

    I have two pictures of our revolver, but I can not figure out how to insert into this message.
    jtr1963, try the "Technical/Design-Questions, How-to & Advice" on top of the Forum page; this should help you...We'd like to see the photos of your rev.
    Regards, Thanos.

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    I could not figure out how to attach pictures when I was replying, so I started a new thread. Here are the pictures of the gun that y'all helped me identify.

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    M1895 Nagant Revolver of some sort, not too sure on the specifics.

    Thanks

    Danny

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    1916 dates M1895 nagant revolver its not a tulu or Izhevsk marked

    hope it helps

    tom

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    Do you know what the writing is above the 1916 mark?

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    it will be the name of the factory but i can't read russian so i can't help you there sorry

    tom

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