The Belgian revolver Nagant was a particularly popular model in the early twentieth century in Russia and later in the Soviet Union. It was used in both World Wars. For this reason, the Gletcher version was included in the “Russian Legends” series of air guns. This seven-shot revolver featured a unique cylinder that was reloaded one bullet at a time through a loading gate.
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Gletcher air guns resemble high–powered cartridge firing weapons. Many people, including trained and experienced law enforcement officers may not be able to distinguish a Gletcher pneumatic gun from a lethal weapon and /or may assume incorrectly that it is a cartridge firing weapon. You must be aware of this and remain extremely circumspect whenever you are carrying this air gun within the view of others. You should also be aware that in many jurisdictions it is unlawful to brandish a weapon and /or cause apprehension in others that you are brandishing a weapon. Be polite, courteous, cautious, and conscientious whenever you are using or carrying this product.