Anyone here recently bought Nagant revolvers from RGuns? Where are their import marks located? Thank you.
Thank you Sir. I found online pictures, it looks like they indeed later changed the location of import marks.If it is like mine, it is a two-line billboard on the left side of the frame/sideplate, running vertically behind the recoil plate.
REALLY ugly sucker, with a horrible choice of location.
I can't say for sure if the import mark is there most recent one, although I don't see any reason they would change it.
That is usually where they put them on the early imports.Six months ago on a 1906 it was one line under the barrel.
you can easily find examples on GB, they have plenty for sale.Well they can't be much worse than they were originally as far as size and ruining the looks of the whole side of the revolver. Anybody got pics of the "under the barrel import marks"? I am not going to buy one, just curious to see the improved version. Regards, John.
PM sent. Thanks.I have looked at them many times in the past and the ones I recall seeing are the larges obtrusive import stamps is why I asked. The older Century marked Nagants were under the barrel and not nearly so distracting. Just wanted to compare. Guess it is not important anyway. Regards, John.