Are you saying they are published in Ackley's work? Additional charges for Non Free Shipping products, products shipping to remote locations, HazMat products, and large or heavy items still apply. All Auctions are conducted in Pacific Time. Just have to stay away from the old military, like to shoot them to much and collect. Did you happen to notice if they had extra mags? Ackley 'Handbook for Shooters and Reloaders Vol. Its well made compared to some other variations Ive had my mitts on, but one question.
I find myself anymore using simple green and hot water to get rid of the cosmoline. I don't know if i ever mentioned this, but an interesting story. Overall, a very nice little piece. You are like, awesomely insane. We use craft shipping paper with these rather than bubble wrap. I would have liked to have more information on the gun before the purchase and would probably call and ask more questions before another purchase.
It will keep you from smelling like gas everytime you pick it up. The trigger once the cosmoline was out of the firing assembly is pretty crisp; heavy maybe 7 or so , but crisp. That is relatively easy to make, given the manufacturer-ability of Tokarev barrels. Like the ones pictured file photo all are in good used condition, natural tannish colored leather with signs of use. I ordered standard grade pistols and one of the four came with a slight problem with the added safety and a bent up magazine follower. We were wacking gallon milk jugs and water bottles at about 25-30 yards without any real issue. I know the ammo is dirt cheap there too.
The Yugo ammo i bought with it looks pretty good too. Some will have a worn finish, and some will need a good cleaning before you can use them. All I know is the pistol was fun to shoot, cheap cost to buy, cheap to shoot. And yet the 9mm primers do not even pierce and the velocities are much less than predicted. If a defect is discovered after completing the transfer, you must contact the manufacturer directly for repair or replacement. The gun and magazine had a significant amount of grease in them, enough to cause the slide to not spring forward after being pulled back.
I shot one several months ago, after the clean up. Really nice gun, Drove two hours to get my hand picked option. The one I purchased is definitely very good. I have a 1911 based Tok that uses this same magazine and have had no luck in finding extras until these units showed up in the market. In Sept I upgraded Quickload and gave my name I was informed that Hartmut Broemel is very interested in my posts about testing Tokarevs. My favorite thing to do with Tokarevs is to convert them from 7. Some of these mags will have lanyard loops and some will have flat bases.
What really brought home the fact of not being real good is when my brother shot it, everything in a 6 inch circle. Ask lots of questions and use common sense! The grips are kind of funky, in they are kind of unconventional to take off. Inspected the pistol and the safety on the left was almost worn down barely to tab up to safe and the recoil spring was missing the front stopper on the guid rod. Used Polish rounds, shot at 21 feet to about 40 feet. I could use slightly shorter rollers. And yet for bottle necked cartridges, even loaded way hot, the velocity prediction will be right in the middle of the string.
Ive been under the impression that they'll sell you the gun, but not mags. Lots of different brands are better than the polish stuff, just wanted it for target practice etc. He shot my sig 226 and hit in the fifty cent size twice with it. There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self. Buying a Firearm Online is Easy! Wonderfully made little pistols, with a fixed barrel. It shows up on page 75 in John Remling's book A Collectors Guide to Tokarev Pistols The difference between the model 57 and most other T-33 clones is cosmetic.
Not sure if that's still the case. The one i was handling last night the safety was a nightmare. Virginia residents can select local pickup and come to our store and pick one out for yourself, or just stop by our store during our normal business hours. Glad your happy with your purchase! I take the safeties off Tokarevs as soon as I get them. Extremely pleased with all three. Also had a cleaning rod in the holster, also unused. If you can't do the mill, lathe, and weld, it would be cheap to have a gunsmith do it.
There are a couple other differences as well, but cosmetic alone, they ain't. I'm not much on either telling people what to do on here or getting otherwise moralistic, but your stuff is gonna get somebody hurt. I've read a few of your posts now and you seem fixated on reloading to dangerous levels. Yugo Yugoslav M57 Tokarev Holster This item has been shown 28 times. Always have surplus guns checked out by a gunsmith prior to firing them.