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Please post some pics of your Liege Nagant revolver.

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The condition of Belgian Nagants gets better with each post.
The last one is going to be hard to beat. Bayoned, you have an outstanding example. I remmember when you first posted it; I am still impressed with it.

BTW, I have a queastin.
It seems that I read somewhere that letter prefix on SN of Belgian m1895 indicates commercial production and numerical SN were used for Russian military contract. In this thread we have samples of both.
Any comments?
 

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Here are a few pics of mine. 1898.

Nice rig, Bayoned......I agree with Feldscher. It looks alot like the condition of my nonimport [SA] 1925 CCCP Nagant....
 

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Yefim, 45Auto, bayoned or others,
Could you please post some close up photos of the markings on your Belgians?
I will post mine as soon as I get home.
I found a source on meanning of some markings and curious to see if there is a difference between markings on revolvers with and without prefix SNs.
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Great guns guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I want to see more!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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