The Nagant M1895 Revolver is a Belgian made seven-shot revolver designed for the Russian Empire. It was chambered for a proprietary cartridge, 7,62x38mmR, and featured an unusual “gas-seal” system, in which the cylinder moved forward when the revolver was cocked, to close the gap between the cylinder and the barrel, providing a boost to the velocity also allowing the weapon to be suppressed, which is an unusual ability for a revolver. M1895 revolver has been used by Russian for a very long time, although the Tokarev Pistol started to be replaced in 1933, the Nagant was still produced and used in great numbers in WWII, until the arrival of the Makarov pistol in 1952.
Realistic outlook of the real Nagant M1895 Revolver.
Comes with metal outer barrel, body frame, 6-round cylinder and chamber without marking.
Single-action or double-action fire mode.
The Chamber cover can open and user can release the dummy round by rolling the cylinder or using the reject rod.
Comes with fixed sights.
Comes with 7 rounds of dummy bullet which can load 1 round of 6mm BB in each bullet so user can reload like the real revolver.
Store 1 pc of 12g CO2 Cartridge inside the hand grip.
Barrel Length: - mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-Auto
Power Source : CO2 (12g CO2 Cartridge)
Magazine Capacity: 7 rounds
Material: Metal and plastic
Bullet type: 6mm BB