Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Buzz Killington, Nov 9, 2007.
Seems like a fair price for them too, considering other ones I've seen for sale lately. I might have to pick one up
Eh, doesn't really do anything for me.
Especially when I get can get a 10/22 plus some goodies instead of that.... thing.
This would go well with the Cz.52. Then i'd have Tok Twins. I just pray that the supply of 7.62x25 doesn't dry up soon, but i don't think it will. Also want to build a ppsh41 down the line. I love the 7.62 Tok, great round.
$250 is a bit spendy, but it may not be that bad, considering i've never seen TT33s for sale stateside.
It'd be worth it for how cheap 7.62x25 is right now. On that note I'll be ordering a couple thousand rounds here pretty soon.
TT33 > CZ52? I think the CZ is > , since 9mm conversion barrels exist. I like the looks of the Tokarev more, though.
9mm conversions exist for Tokarev's, although it's sort of rare to see them these days. There were some Tokarev's sold a a few years back that were 7.62x25 and they came with 9mm barrels and mags, which were basically the 7.62 mags with a spacer put inside the mag body for the smaller round.
well it's been debated which is better and stronger, the TT33 or the CZ52. The rolling lock breach of the CZ is supposed to be stronger, but i've heard that the TT33 can take the hottest of Tok rounds. Either way, the CZ is fun to shoot, and accurate out to 100 yds.
Does any one know what the legal status of Tokarev's are in california? specifically those for sale though aim surplus?
Could century make their stamp any bigger and uglier?
It's a C&R
What are you talking about?
Every time I pick up a firearm I want to know WHERE IT CAME FROM and its CALIBER in huge dot matrix typeface