Haven't posted in a while, but recently I got my hands on a 1939 dated Tula PM 1910.
It came with a box of goodies!
The contents, of the aforementioned box. Three boxes with ammo-belts (sadly steel belts, on the hunt for some cloth ones), and one box with the oil, anti-freeze and solvent cans.
Came with a fair bit of literature too, as well as a tool-pouch with all the goodies contained therein.
And finally, the gun itself.
Here's some BFA testing I did the other weekend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KLTrVt-Xy8
Rather tempted to throw together a reenactment get-up for a gunner now. Any advice?
It's also going to act as a stunt double for a Vickers firing out of a bunker.