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Old March 2, 2013, 07:28 PM   #48
Join Date: January 22, 2013
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
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laytonj1 said:
And 357 magnum.
Doesn't .357 mag stand for .357 magnum?

JimmyR said :@Shamrock- Yes, you nailed it. The Nagant cylnder actually moves forward to become flush with the barrel when the hammer is pulled back (either by thumb or trigger pull). The 7.65 Nagant brass extends over the bullet to create a gas seal, making a supressor a feasible option.
Helps that I own one. Also, the suppressor used on the Nagants was called a "Brambit device." Or something to that effect.
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