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Russian (Belgian Nagant Copy) Revolver - Battlefield Relic (67) (GR) *

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Belgian Nagant Copy Revolver - Battlefield Relic.
The Russians used a variety of handguns and favoured the Nagant revolvers and this revolver would have been carried by an officer or Commisar.
This battlefield relic was found in the Kurland Pocket (Latvia) and was carried by the 1st Baltic Front (Army General Ivan Bagramyan)
It has been water washed only, has sustained some battleground damage however it is in solid condition.
It will look fantastic in any WW2 collection.
Battlefield relics are very collectable and desirable because 'they were there.'



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