From the 1930s, through WWII and into the height of the Cold War in the 1950s and 1960s, one of the iconic handguns seen in the hands of Soviet troops was the Tokarev TT-33.
This semi-automatic pistol was such a huge part of the Soviet war machine that Com-Bloc countries like Romania were churning them out by the hundreds of thousands. Now, you can own one of these reconditioned Tokarevs yourself.
- Action Type: Single Action
- Barrel Length: 4.6″
- Capacity: 8+1-Round
- Cartridge: 7.62 x 25 mm Tokarev
- Finish: Blue
- Front Sight: Fixed
- Length: 7.2″
- Magazine Included: 1 x 8-Round
- Magazine Type: Removable
- Muzzle: Plain
- Rear Sight: Fixed
- Stock Material: Polymer
- Weight: 1 lb
Ships with one 8-round magazine
This Tokarev TT-33C has been imported by M+M Industries and was made at the Cugir arms factory sometime in the early 1950s. The Tokarev borrowed heavily from the Browning system, featuring a single-action, hammer-fired operating system. The guns have had manual safeties installed and have been reconditioned.
Tokarev TT-33 Ballistics
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Ammo can only be purchased if you also buy the gun.
Gift Ammo Box, 50 Rounds