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Received a 1925 Tula right on time. I am almost 100% sure this gun has never been issued or fired. No signs of wear or brass marks, might as well be brand new at close to 90 years old. The tools looked good as well, but the holster honestly looks like a knock-off produced to enhance sales. It barely closes and will not close with the gun in it, but that doesn't detract from the value of the pistol.
Fired the gun with surplus ammo today and it shoots fairly accurately despite the insanely high trigger pull. I did encounter an unfortunate difficulty that may be due to the gun or ammo. Two out of seven rounds per would fail to fire during double action firing, despite the hammer striking and indenting the primer. The same rounds would fire off in single action. I will try the gun with the newly manufactured plinking rounds before making a final call.
Either way, grab your pristine gun while they are cheap.