By adding this item to your Wish List,
you will be notified automatically via email
when this item is back in stock.
Our Sales staff cannot forecast price or
availability of Wish List items. Calls or
emails about this item will not receive a
"Internet Purchases Only"
"Not a Retail Store Stock Item"
This item is viewable at our retail store in LEXINGTON, KY. It may be on display and is
available for immediate purchase and pick-up.
This item's price includes the cost to deliver it to your dealer. (Shipping is included in price.)
Does not cover next-day shipping.
Click to Apply for INSTANT CREDIT. Monthy Payments Shown Requires Credit Approval and Opening an Account with GE Capital.
This places a “Reserve Order” for an out of stock item. By doing this, you are reserving both the current advertised price and your position in line to receive the item from our next available shipment.
We do not guarantee your wait time. However, if your item is still not available after 90 days, and you no longer wish to wait, you may request a full refund.
Canceling a “Reserve Order” within the first 90 days will result in a 10% cancellation fee.
This item guaranteed to ship within our advertised 3 to 7 business days terms.
Standard shipping not guaranteed on this item. Possible delays up to 2 weeks.
Next Day Shipping is NOT available when:
You pay with a check, echeck, lay-a-way, or GE Money
You do not pick a valid FFL dealer we already have on file
The last Russian 1895 revolver I purchased from buds was in near new condition, and was made in 1941. I decided to completely strip down the revolver of every screw and part to the frame. I gave the parts including the frame and 3 piece grips a bath and brushing with a tooth brush in charcoal lighter fluid. After the cosmaline was gone and replaced with Remington gun oil, I replaced all the parts in their proper place. This revolver was tight and all sharp edges like you would find on a new gun was on this 70 year old revolver. Don't let the age of the revolver stop you from buying one, because the three I bought through Buds was in new or near new condition. I understand that when the supply of Russian guns have been bought here in the U.S., no more will be imported because of the stiff regulations of our government. I hope my info is wrong because I would like to have a few more while I can get them. Thanks Buds for the quick and fair service over the years.