The Nagant M1895 revolver with Bramit device was engineered by Emile Nagant circa 1895 and manufactured in the 1930′s in the USSR.
For those of you who were of the opinion that a revolver couldn’t operate successfully with a silencer, you’re wrong. At least in this case.
7.62x38mm seven-shot cylinder, double action silenced the shot by means of a gas seal where the cylinder, moving in contact with the barrel’s rear end, with the cartridge’s neck bridging the final gap.
The Soviet Bramit-type suppressor,
side loading gate and
extended spring-loaded ejector rod.
Engineering for a workable solution.