WWII Tokarev TT-33
Light use, Includes original box / original instructions, 5x light use reusable blowback cartridges.
Brief info on the Tokarev TT-33
A mark of rank amongst the NVA and VC (indeed as in most armies) pistols and revolvers were carried by officers, political staff and occasionally by senior NCO's. The two most common weapons were the 7.62mm Soviet TT-33 Tokarev and the 9.5mm Makarov automatic pistols.
First introduced in the 1930's and utilising the self-cocking design from Colt, the Tokarev TT-33 was used extensively by Soviet forces in WWII and was produced in nearly all Warsaw Pact countries and the PRC.
There was no safety mechanism but the hammer could be locked at half-cock and the weapon was normally carried around with a round in the chamber.
Production of the weapon in the USSR stopped in 1954, but continued in other Communist countries, notably the PRC. The pistol was widely used by VC and NVA officers.
The Tokarev TT33 fired the Soviet 7.62-mm x 25 Type-P pistol cartridge. It operated on a recoil single action and was semi-automatic, feeding ammunition from an 8-round box magazine. Maximum ROF was 32-rpm and with a maximum effective range out to about 50-meters.
Fieldstrips very much like a Colt M1911 .45
Spare reusable blowback cartridges: €2.55 / £1.95 each (cartridges can be fired many times over, just replace the PFC primer cap)
PFC Primer caps: €8.85 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) These are required to make the bang and smoke.
Spare magazines: €25.75 / £17.95 each
Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case: €30.45 / £22.95
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