Up for sale is the very rare cousin of the Russian Nagant revolver. This is the m1887 Swedish Nagant. It is chambered in 7.5mm Swedish or 7.5mm Swiss Ordinance (available online). This will also shoot .32 S&W long unjacketed lead bullets without issue which can be had at Cabelas for $16 a box. I will include a box of .32 wad cutters.

This particular revolver was made in 1898 or 1899 depending on the source of the info. It has a second serial number that shows it was re-issued to the Swedish home guard during WWII. Strawed and blued parts are an great shape with no rust. Shiny bore with no pitting. Overall 80-85% condition. Perfect mechanical function. Handmade with some of the best quality steel ever made in Sweden. Double and single action, six shot. Locks up tight and trigger breaks cleanly.

All #'s matching except the cylinder which came off a revolver made a month before this one.

Would make a neat little trail gun or a good piece to add to a Nagant collection.

Make a cash or trade offer. Must meet me here in Arlington. A revolver in this condition would conservatively sell in the $400-500 range on Gunbroker. The Tulalip Cabelas has one for $399 in worse shape. I am open to some negotiation. Must be 18 or older to own.

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