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Thread: Military Surplus Yugoslavian M57 Tokarev Pistol

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    Lightbulb Military Surplus Yugoslavian M57 Tokarev Pistol

    Military Surplus Yugoslavian M57 Tokarev Pistol/Best Price In Canada/$229.38
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    are these still in cosmoline?

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    Yes, of course

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    Look like the ones that have been around for a while, very nice, the copies I bought were all surplus new old stock, just an odd scratch here and there from loose storage! Some come with 1 mag and some with two, that's up to the dealer! Nice guns though!

    " Those who hammer their swords into plowshares, will Plow for those who do not".

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    What cal are these?

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    Old production
    M57A - 7.62x25
    M70A - 9mm
    New production
    M57S - 7.62x25
    M70S - 9mm
    "They wonít understand why we do it. They wonít understand that itís about the men next to you, and thatís it. Thatís all it is." - Norm "Hoot" Hooten

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    Can I install a TT-33 compensator on the M57?

    I heard that the M57 barrel has a bigger barrel diameter than the TT33?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmazay View Post
    Old production
    M57A - 7.62x25
    M70A - 9mm
    New production
    M57S - 7.62x25
    M70S - 9mm
    Do you know what the difference between the new and old production models?

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    I would go for a 9mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tank-Soldier View Post
    Do you know what the difference between the new and old production models?
    As far as I know, the old one has a slide-mounted safety lever. The new production has is at the frame to make it feel like 1911, to attract the potential US buyers.
    "They wonít understand why we do it. They wonít understand that itís about the men next to you, and thatís it. Thatís all it is." - Norm "Hoot" Hooten

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