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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:11 am 
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Hi all,

I bought a lot at the Rock Island Regional Auction (https://www.rockislandauction.com/detai ... 551#detail) and am looking to sell off a couple of the pieces that would be duplicates in my collection, including a recently imported refurbed 1941 Nagant that appears to have a 32 ACP cylinder, make and fit unknown. What would be the value as-is? Is it worth buying an original cylinder for it for resale? Thanks,

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 11:18 am 
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It depends on the import mark. It depends on the maker markings. If the import mark is huge and stamped on the left over the markers' mark or a little better on the right side, it's what I would call an anemic shooter. If it's under the barrel, then its nice-- better yet, no import mark. Under the barrel & Imperial marked would be nice. A collector may not want it, but a shooter might since it has the extra cyc. But was it fitted correctly and revolver timing is on and not loose. Most of those took some fitting. As a guy that wants collectable bring backs- Nagants or Imperial marked ones, #-o I would say it's a shooter at best. I would not even consider it at $150. Like a sporter rifle, it is cobbled together. But for some one that wants a .32 converted shooter maybe $200. :think: :think: :think: :think: But then I just hang them on the wall, there are many better example shooter revolvers. I see it is a common 1941 but what make, and what import stamp is present. That is a huge factor in cost. Best be a Tula. From the auction I see holster and Tula. This is good, so I'd say $200 maybe more if the import mark is small and on the barrel. Sell as is, those do not fly of the gun show tables :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 4:35 pm 
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It is a Tula, 1941. Import mark is on the right side, one of the Century dot-matrix jobs. I was hoping to get $200 out of it, anyone else have a thought?

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I have been thinking about getting a Nagant...

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