Imperial Nagant Revolver

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Reworked the weapon to give it the Imperial Russian Model 1895 Nagant Revolver look

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Release Date: 11-21-02 

ReCoil || Factor Custom Imperial Russian Model 1895 Nagant Revolver

Reworked the weapon to give it the Imperial Russian Model 1895 Nagant Revolver look... enjoy!


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The M95 Nagant was the standard sidearm of the Imperial Russian Army, and The Soviet Arms until the

adoption of the Tokarev TT-30 pistol subsequent to the 1929 Soviet pistol trials. This specific

pistol was made in 1909, and likely saw service in the Great War, the October Revolution of 1917,

and may even have seen service in World War Two.

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Definitely an interesting handgun from an era gone by,the 7-shot Nagant Revolver is an extremely 

unique design dating back to the 1890s. Designed by the Nagant Brothers (Emile and Leon) of Liege, Belgium,

the original design was accepted by the Russians in 1895.  The initial shipments were produced at

Liege, Belgium and exported to Russia.  Around 1898, the Russians then initiated their own production

at their Tula Arsenal.  Originally designated to be replaced as frontline issue after the adoption of

the TT30 in 1930, the production on these military weapons actually continued up through 1945 and they

could still be found in the hands of reservist troops and police into the 1950s.

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The grips on the military Nagants may be found made of wood or Bakelite.  On early non-rebuilt Nagants,

the wood appears to be dark walnut with finer checkering; on later non-rebuilds,the wood appears to be

dark walnut with coarser checkering; many of the rebuilds sport light-colored wood with coarser checkering instead.


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Place the .pk3 file into the MOHAA/mainta folder in Medal of Honor SpearHead.  To remove the skin, just delete the .pk3 file. 


Enjoy :)

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