Give your piece of history the display it deserves! Where was your Nagant? Stalingrad? The sidearm of a T-34 commander at Kursk? The final assault on the Reichstag? Your revolver deserves better than being tossed in a drawer... right? Give this hero the display it deserves - under glass and dust free for you to enjoy and your guests to admire. Your Nagant Shadowbox Display Details I have hand stained (2 coats stain, 4 coats polycrylic, polished) and hand detailed your wood and glass 'shadow box' display for your Soviet era Nagant revolver and holster. The box has a hinged door with magnetic latch system which allows unhindered access to your gun - there is no lock, so a trigger lock on your gun is strongly recommended. The holster is held upright with two 'invisible' hooks. The hooks will fit a standard issue wartime/ post-war holster - as I don't own a pre-WWII holster to test, I'm afraid I can't guarantee that pre-war holsters will fit, you might need to do a modification (drill) to the box. Note: The display is 'museum style' and I think it came out rather nice but I wouldn't classify it as museum quality - two big differences would be soft wood (this) vs. hardwood (museum), display compiled by me (amateur) vs. a museum archivist (professional). It's a great display case for a casual collector. Happy Holidays! Please keep your guns locked! Obviously revolver, holster and trigger lock are not included.