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Husqvarna m1887 Swedish Nagant Revolver, 7.5mm, 1898 production

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MSRP: $650.00
Our Sale Price: $550.00
You Save: $100.00 (15 %)
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Item Number: Husqvarna
Manufacturer: Antique
Manufacturer UPC Code: Nagant

ALL ANTIQUE RIFLES SOLD AS-IS. NEVER ATTEMPT TO FIRE AN ANTIQUE WEAPON WITHOUT CONSULTING A GUNSMITH. SEE PICTURES FOR CONDITION AND DETAILS. These are sold as collectible antiques.

Designed by Léon Nagant, who, along with his brother Emile, was among the most influential gunsmiths in the world in the latter 19th Century, the Nagant revolver was likewise a major force in Europe. Versions of the revolver were used by Russia, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Norway and Sweden.

Sweden's adoption began in 1884, when the Swedish government formed a commission to adopt a new "small caliber" rifle to replace the aging 12.17 mm rifle. With a new rifle, it was decided that the aging mishmash of revolvers also needed to be replaced. Other nations revolvers were tested, and the Nagant design was chosen, specifically the simplified version of the revolver used by Norway, but with the caliber of the Swiss version. The model was designated the M1887, but it would be another 10 years before Husqvarna would make their first revolver.

Approximately 14,000 guns were made before production stopped in 1905. They saw some use in each World War. The guns saw limited use, even after being replaced, until the mid 1950s

The specimen we have for sale, Serial #1763,  is one of only 5,750 revolvers produced in the "antique" era as defined by Federal law. On top of that, it is one of only 350 to be marked "Husqvarna" from that batch. The gun also features a Landstormen rack number of 9770, which was stamped onto the gun sometimes decades after production, and should not be confused with a serial number.

Condition is slightly above average for these models, with bluing wear on the frame and barrel.


WARNING: We will not ship antique cartridge rifles directly to Canada, Washington D.C., Hawaii, Massachusets, Rhode Island, Ohio,  Delaware or New Jersey, Illinois, Washington State, Michigan or Maryland. We will ship to New York with the exception of ; New York City; Bronx, Kings, Staten Island, Manhattan, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Long Island. We will ship to California with the exceptions of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County, San Francisco, Santa Ana, Berkeley, Tiburon, Carson, Sacramento, Oakland,  Orange County, Marin County, Loyo County, Contra Costa County, Ventura County, or Napa County, except to an FFL dealer. 

We will send to FFL holders in any of the listed states and regions except New Jersey.

All antiques sold as-is, no refunds or returns. Additional photos can be requested for questions of markings, condition, or to answer any other questions. Information provided is based on our best research. Do not fire any antique weapon without having that weapon inspected by a licensed gunsmith. Other questions can be answered by calling 205-533-8595. PLEASE INSURE ALL ITEMS AS THEY ARE IRREPLACEABLE AND WILL NOT BE REFUNDED OR REPLACED.


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