In 95% condition ( which is fantastic for a Tok) we have a really nice and very scarce early production Soviet 1936 dated TT-33 Tula Tokarev Pistol with one factory numbered matching magazine fully rigged out with a spare mag and German modified Soviet holster (shortened Belt loops) . This would indicate that this was a German Capture and re-issue. This pistol is all matching and the bore is decent as well. The TT-33 Was the primary sidearm of the Soviet Union well into the 1950’s and would have been used by the all of the Military, Police and Political services including the Red Army and the NKVD. This pistol is 100% factory original and all matching, having been made in 1936 it would have seen action against the Finns and Baltic States and likely was captured in Operation Barborossa and then carried by a German until it was recaptured and brought back here by a G.I. Real Red Army WW2 service arms are scarce in America and seldom encountered for obvious reasons. (Collectors note: Early production date Tokarev Pistol are extremely scarce; especially with a matching mag.)
SOLD THUR MAR 5, WW2 SOVIET RARE EARLY 1936 TT-33 TULA TOKAREV PISTOL, WITH MATCHING MAG, FULL RIG IN GERMAN MODIFIED HOLSTER, SHARP!
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SKU: 03/05/2020-4 Category: Gone But Not Forgotten