In 80% condition, (only excusable because its a Tokarev) we have a hard to find early 1937 production TT-33 Tokarev Soviet Service pistol That incredibly still has one factory original matching mag! The bore is decent; much nicer than you usually see. These pistols are quite rare in North America, the primary reason being that most of the ones here were WW2 G.I. bringbacks; captured off of Germans who had captured them off of the Russians. A few more came in during Korea/Vietnam but not many. One thing that collectors tolerate with these pistols is the less than mint condition they are found in. Almost all of these pistols saw hard continuous use during the war and its an extreme rarity to find one with much of the thin blue factory finish left as it very easily wore off with any service use.
This one is a very interesting example, it was certainly a German capture and re-issue as the holster has been modified for German Belt carry. Vast numbers of these pistols were captured in 1941 During the beginning of Operation Barbarossa. The Germans wasted nothing and these pistols were widely carried by the Germans who appreciated the fact that they were compact but powerful pistols. These days Tokarevs have really dried up and are very difficult to locate, especially this early and still with a matching magazine.