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These are neat revolvers, and fun to shoot.  I remember that Lee Precision is making a limited run of dies for your little gun that are designed to use .32-20 Winchester brass and although the brass is a bit short, the COL is right when loaded as per their instructions.  The result is a very accurate potential round for your Nagant, and readily available brass to boot!

As I recall, some pretty extensive data is included with the Lee Dies that I examined, and most of it pretty well paralelled that of the older low pressure .32-20 data of years gone by using 90 grain lead bullets.

Although these are well made revolvers, remember that they are aged friends, and shouldn't be hot-rodded too much.  Just shoot them, as you say for dispatching pests and varmints, ventilating tin cans and enjoy your Nagant for years to come!

God Bless,

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