Romanian Tula Tokarev 33 Pistol : TT33 Semi Automatic
Romanian TT33 Pistol
The Tula Tokarev TT-33 Pistol was an improved design of the TT-30, which was the first major-employed automatic pistol in the Soviet forces. Few TT-30 pistols, however, were built before the update in 1933. The TT-33 was widely used by Soviet troops during World War II, but did not completely replace the Nagant until that war. The handgun comes with 2 TT33 Magazines, 1 TT-33 Cleaning Rod and 1 leather holster.
If you don't already know, the TT33 and the clones of it are very similar to the 1911. Great historic piece to add to a collection. These Romanians are great and besides the after-thought safety that was added for import, are 100% functional (some have issues with the safety, I don't mind it). As KS was sold out had to purchase from a different retailer but mine as well as most I have read up on seemed nearly unused. Would recommend this pistol to anyone collecting, especially WW2 collectors
Great pistol and very reliable as long as you can find the ammo for it. It feels similar to my 1911.
Great steel pistol that is tough and reliable. Nothing like original military surplus and a piece of history. Have shot a used and new one of these for a few years
Product exceeds expectations
The quality of this product is better than the description given in the write up. Condition is like new. An absolute bargain at this price.