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  1. Jan 31 / 51 / Mishaco
    Today we look at one of a fresh batch of Tokarev pistols imported by M M, with special guest reviewer Hobo the Cat. This is a 1956 Romanian Tula Tokarev Cugir (TTC) Pistol, chambered for the punchy 7.62x25mm bottlenecked round. This new import has some interesting features, including a phosphated finish and very tastefully done marking. More importantly though, did Hobo approve of it? On a personal note, we wanted to say we are very glad to see a new product from the folks at M M. The owner is a
  2. Jan 16 / 1040 / Military Arms Channel
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  3. Apr 14 / 4 / Bigbore
    A modern 9 mm version of the iconic Russian Tokarev pistol. A good sidearm to compliment your Mosin Nagant rifle. These usually sell for $225 to $250 if you can find one, buy it. Ammo is of coarse much more plentiful and cheaper than 7.62 x 25 mm. Handguns Tokarev Semi Auto Pistols Review
  4. Apr 26 / 23 / The AK Geek
    A review of the M70a 9mm Tokarev, made by Zastava in Serbia. Also a review of the Tokarev platform as a whole. Handguns Tokarev Semi Auto Pistols Review
  5. Mar 27 / Modern Classics
    Handguns Tokarev Semi Auto Pistols Review
  6. Mar 23 / 15 / C J Campbell
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  8. Mar 07 / 2 / Modern Classics
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  9. May 22 / Gun Tests Magazine
    We acquired two Tokarev TT-33 variants for this test in the February 2011 issue. One was a Yugoslavian version, marked as the Model M57. The other was a Romanian Tokarev TTC. Yugoslav Tokarev M57 7.62x25 Tokarev, ~$250 Romanian Tokarev TTC 7.62x25 Tokarev, $350 Of this pair, we said the Yugoslav Tokarev was an A-grade gun. While similar to the Colt 1911 design, the Tokarev was a simplification in some ways, and an advancement in others. We thought the large-handled safety, in a position where you'd
  10. May 18 / 260 / The Late Boy Scout
    Shooting and discussing the Romanian Tokarev TTC Pistol chambered in 7.62x25. This is a powerful gun that is really fun to shoot, and I see some great advantages to owning one. This review was made possible by J&G Sales. SUPPORT BY SHOPPING: Blade HQ:

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