Pretty hard to find pieces too...
For us living in Europe, finding a crushed one is a great find too, 'cause of the laws.
Anyway thanks for sharing these really beautiful guns with us... We at least dream...
Regards to all, Thanos.
Thanos-7.62mm x 38r is a rare round here-I only have 1 example, from an ammo collector-the revolvers have been imported in fair numbers over the last few years, both some Tsarist and mainly Soviet production but no ammo!-mostly for pistol collectors.
British Royal Navy issue Webley & Scott Mk.1N in .455 Auto, dated 1914.
British SOE issued Argentinian Ballester-Molina in .45 ACP, with correct B-prefix contract number.
British Old Pattern No.2 Mk.I* substitute revolver in .455 Webley, purchased in 1915 from Garate Anitua y Cie in Spain.
Belgian Nagant M1878/86 in 9.4mm
Austrian Roth-Steyr M1907 in 8mm Steyr, marked to the 10th Dragoon Regiment garisoned in Krakow
Finnish army contract CZ-38 in 9mm Short
Italian Bodeo M1889 troopers model in 10.4mm