Standard configuration Polish Nagant with 4.5 in barrel having drift adjustable front sight and notched rear sight. Sideplate marked with manufacturer and model. Full serial number on left side of frame that is repeated on the ejector rod, release lever, cylinder, and loading gate. Major parts are rust blued. Fire blued hammmer, cylinder rod, trigger, loading gate, and loading gate spring. Finely checkered grips. Lanyard loop present. Dark brown Reich Revolver holster with original stitching. Original capture paper, tattered, with taped repairs, detailing the pistol by model and serial number.
Super rare, and highly desirable Polish Radom Nagant NG30, all matching, made in 1935, complete with Reich Revolver Holster and original capture paper, 12696, A-1669
VG-Exc original rust blued finish with holster and cylinder wear in usual locations reflecting service use. Comparable fire blued small parts with no suggestions of enhancement. Dark grips with blunted checkering. No discernable cracks or significant losses. Generally bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. Near excellent Reich revolver holster, w leather lightly stiff, a few cracks on the hold down strap. Capture paper with losses, discoloration, and taped repairs as photographed. Overall, an exceptional, matching, and highly desirable rig with historical documentation!