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by William H Date Added: Friday 29 June, 2012
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.
William H.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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