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af240z
01-22-2012, 3:50 PM
once again for $109.

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?item=F3Nagant

and they ship to ffl03. Perhaps it's time I got one for myself

rromeo
01-22-2012, 3:52 PM
They can ship to an 03, but not in California.

af240z
01-22-2012, 3:56 PM
ah yes, just reread the fine print. only to 01 ffl for handguns. :(

bloodhawke83
01-22-2012, 4:00 PM
I want to get one, ammo for it is cheap too.

emcon5
01-22-2012, 4:28 PM
I want to get one, ammo for it is cheap too.

I think you are mistaken. Last I looked, 7.62 Nagant was about $25 a box.

bloodhawke83
01-22-2012, 4:54 PM
23.99 for a box of 50.

emcon5
01-22-2012, 5:22 PM
23.99 for a box of 50.

OK, $24 a box. Still, hardly cheap. .45 ACP is cheaper.

If you compare it to the other Russian .30 cal pistol round, which is still available surplus for under $9/50.

bloodhawke83
01-22-2012, 5:50 PM
Go out and order!

To purchase a firearm from us, you must talk to a local
gun shop/pawn shop in your area to see if they are willing to accept the transfer and to have them send their FFL to us. Once you have done that, please call us to place your order. We'd ship it to the dealer for the background check.

emcon5
01-22-2012, 6:11 PM
JG Sales has them in stock as well. If you have your C&R and ever get to Reno, you can arrange to have it shipped to a CA Friendly FFL.

bloodhawke83
01-22-2012, 6:20 PM
JG sales gives you an extra option.

http://www.jgsales.com/russian-1895-nagant-revolver,-in-7.62-nagant-caliber.-p-1059.html

joefrank64k
01-22-2012, 7:01 PM
JG Sales has them in stock as well. If you have your C&R and ever get to Reno, you can arrange to have it shipped to a CA Friendly FFL.

You can just take possession of it in Reno (or at J&G's) and bring it in to CA yourself then pay the $19 to CADOJ.

bloodhawke83
01-22-2012, 7:39 PM
You can just take possession of it in Reno (or at J&G's) and bring it in to CA yourself then pay the $19 to CADOJ.

and how much in gas i have to spend? :confused:

GreenDragon
01-22-2012, 10:45 PM
Help out fellow out? I do not have a C+R licence, and I would really like to purchase the nagant pistol. The store page said "California residents, please check the California roster of approved hand guns". Each manufacturer has to pay a fee and send pistols in to be tested, so of course bankrupt/defunkt/old and out of production equipment is never going to be on that roster. What is a legal way to purchase that pistol?

paul0660
01-22-2012, 10:59 PM
Help out fellow out? I do not have a C+R licence, and I would really like to purchase the nagant pistol. The store page said "California residents, please check the California roster of approved hand guns". Each manufacturer has to pay a fee and send pistols in to be tested, so of course bankrupt/defunkt/old and out of production equipment is never going to be on that roster. What is a legal way to purchase that pistol?


Without an 03, no way, other than buying one PPT that is already in California. But I would say save up and get a real pistol someday. Nagants really are curious relics.

Mssr. Eleganté
01-23-2012, 12:17 AM
...The store page said "California residents, please check the California roster of approved hand guns". Each manufacturer has to pay a fee and send pistols in to be tested, so of course bankrupt/defunkt/old and out of production equipment is never going to be on that roster. What is a legal way to purchase that pistol?

These Nagant revolvers are exempt from California's safe handgun roster because of their C&R status. J&G can ship one right to your local dealer and he can then transfer it to you. J&G knows this.

johnthomas
01-23-2012, 12:23 AM
I want to get one, ammo for it is cheap too.

I think you are mistaken.
http://ammoseek.com/?gun=handgun&cal=71&type=&grains=0&mfg=&keywords=&sortby=cpr



I own 2 Nagant pistols, 22.95 is the cheapest I have ever seen for ammo. I have one chambered in 32 auto, that is 16.00 for 50 rounds. I like shooting the Nagant, fun to shoot.
J&G in Prescott AZ is where I bought mine years ago before they changed the rule not shipping C&R hand guns to California C&R license holders, I paid 69.00 each.

McNally M.
01-23-2012, 12:28 AM
The surplus isn't even that cheap either.

http://www.rguns.net/ammo.shtml

paul0660
01-23-2012, 12:32 AM
It is the best for assassinations.

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emcon5
01-23-2012, 6:03 AM
and how much in gas i have to spend? :confused:

That is why I said "If you ever get to Reno"

In the end, you will probably spend less than what your local dealer would charge you plus DROS, assuming you already paid the idiotic HSC tax.

DROS is what, $25? Plus whatever the dealer charges, and sales tax and the annoyance of a 10 day wait. Compared to ordering it and having it sent to Steve at Timber Outdoors (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=514799) where it will cost you $20 for the transfer, $19 for the registration.

It probably isn't worth a special trip unless you live reasonably close, or your car gets good mileage.

metalliman545
01-23-2012, 10:47 AM
The surplus isn't even that cheap either.

http://www.rguns.net/ammo.shtml

The surplus is loaded to proper specs though. The commercial stuff is underpowered compared to it

yellowsled
01-23-2012, 6:57 PM
fun little gun. Its the only revolver I have.

wolfy
01-23-2012, 9:00 PM
It would be really fun if the ammo wasn't so exPensive, I can feel my wallet getting lighter with each bang.

yellowsled
01-24-2012, 3:58 PM
.32 longs!