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Tokarev Polish TT-33 7.62x25mm

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This Polish-made copy of the TT33 was filled with heavy grease when we got it. Except for one rusty spring, it was like new inside and out. Fit, finish and performance were all excellent. We liked this light, handy, and powerful pistol a lot. We thought the lanyard rings were good additions to the gun, especially for on-water usage.

Tokarev Polish TT-33 7.62x25mm

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The button behind the trigger released the magazine. The slide stop had a useful shelf for fast reloading. The safety, shown in the Fire position, was stiff at first. It may have been an add-on, as the original design had no provisions for a safety device. This pistol also had a slight thumb rest built into the left grip panel.
Biggest difference between this design and Browning's original 1911 design is the en-bloc hammer, sear, and disconnector with cartridge guide rails.

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