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Let me start by saying that 1) cosmoline is evil :-), and 2) thank God for YouTube.
This was my first gun purchase from Bud's, and as you all know, the prices are great and the service is fantastic. Picked up the gun from my local FFL in just a couple of days.
Gun was covered in cosmoline (my first experience with this substance), and while it is an excellent preservative, it is *everywhere*. I had already read some other cleaning tips and I was ready with WD40 and a new bucket. Broke the gun down and soaked all the parts -- except the wood grips, of course -- and the cosmoline came right off of everything. Underneath was a pristine Tula 1925 model that looked like it had just been made yesterday.
Now, all I needed to do was put it back together. Wait a minute -- what goes where? Uh oh......
Found a great YouTube video of a disassembled Nagant and how to reassemble. Had it back together within 10 minutes.
I think I am going to be very pleased with this gun, as the quality is there at a really reasonable price. Only drawback is the oddball ammo, but it is readily available online and not really that expensive. Unique "gas seal" system on the revolver, had never seen a setup like that before.
So, if you're looking at one of these, take the plunge and get one. You won't be disappointed.