A little WW2 Russian stuff.

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    A little WW2 Russian stuff.

    Post by 1stDivVet on Tue Apr 26, 2011 3:10 am

    Here's 2 patterns of helmets used from 1939 well into the 60's. Also included are a couple of my Russian weapons.

    1st is the SSh-39. This helmet has a liner like a German helmet with leather tabs and a draw string. Most have cotton chin straps, but this one has a leather one. The date is gone from the inside and it has a replacement liner. These also featured 'high' rivets for liner suspension.




    2nd is the Model 40. This one has a 3 point padded liner of black synthetic oil cloth. Web chinstrap and low rivets. Un-dated, but partial stamp is still there. Liner is great.




    Model 91/30 Moisen-Nagant rifle and Nagant pistol.
    Rifle is 1943 dated. Great bore and a good shooter.. It kicks like a mule tho. The Nagant pistol is 1941 dated.



    Model 1895 Nagant pistol.
    This is the same type of pistol used to shoot Rasputin. The cylinder moves forward and makes a seal with the barrel. This is the only revolver that can actually use a silencer and work!! Hard to find ammo for it tho. This one came with a holster, 2 cleaning rods, a lanyard, and a screw driver.



    Enjoy!!

    Fins...


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