Russian Nagant 1895, produced 1920s. The rounded front sight is a sign of revolvers produced from 1890s until 1930 - 7.62x38R Nagant
Nagant M1910 swing out cylinder Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This version was made at Liege as a replacement for the M1895, but it was never introduced in mass production.
Wz. Ng30, Polish version of Russian Nagant 1895. Also known as "Nagant-Radom" or "Radom-Nagant" - 7.62x38R Nagant
The MTs-4, 1950s sporting version of Nagant 1895 (bottom) - 7.62x38R Nagant, and the TOZ-36
(upper) - 7.62x38R V-1.
Russian Nagant 1895 carbine version (12 inch barrel). This weapon was produced in very small amount in 1912-1913 for Russian border guards - 7.62x38R Nagant
A long barreled target version of Nagant M1895 - .22 LR
Nagant M1895 with Bramit supressor (modern replica) - 7.62x38R Nagant
"Suppressed" Nagant revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. While this revolver is sometimes represented as an "actual NKVD-issued", in reality this is a replica that has nothing in common with real suppressed Nagants (see above for a Nagant with Bramit suppressor, really used by NKVD and Red Army)
Blank-firing and Non-lethal Versions
"Blef" (VPO-503 "Nagan-S"), a blank-firing version of Nagant M1895 - .22 Gevelot small cap
"Naganych" R-1, a gas- and rubber-firing version of Nagant M1895 - 9mm P.A.
Gletcher NGT F Black - .177
There was a Nagant M1895 in the first episode of Airwolf. The character Moffit, the one that designed and made off with the helicopter had one once he arrived in Libya. There were a couple of good close ups, so there is no mistaking what it was.
Is there any way we could retitle and reformat this page to include all Nagant revolvers? It seems a waste of space to make pages for every variation when most are only going to appear in one or two films at best. - Nyles
- I think it probably makes sense to regroup the revolvers in chronological order, as in the other big pages. It's okay to have one earlier version below, but when there are many it becomes confusing. Also, the Nagant is not natively Russian, it was produced by Belgium, Spain, and many others. --Slon95 (talk) 12:37, 15 August 2021 (EDT)