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  • #17426

    Tolik
    Participant

    For the price , Its a darn fun shooter . Surprised how heavy it is , for such a small pistol , but then again , I like heavy guns .

  • #17588

    Crow Bar
    Keymaster

    can you provide specs?

    Looks former USSR?

  • #17590

    Tolik
    Participant

    Its a M-57 TT Tokarev . Caliber 7.62 x 25 , its a very fast round .

  • #17597

    Crow Bar
    Keymaster

    Thanx!
    Will look that up later.

  • #17676

    namelus
    Participant

    Makes a very distinct noise when firing can tell it right away from standard nato handgun rounds. Tough and cheap just not much for acuuracy past 30 feet but how many times do you use a handgun past that when not on a range.

  • #17782

    Tolik
    Participant

    Depends on your skill with the weapon . Hickok45 was hitting a target regularly at 80 yards . Plenty accurate . But yeah , if your using a pistol for over close range , your in bad shape . Interesting thing about the TT , the Germans liked it a lot . It could get filthy and keep going , plus their C95 cartridges worked fine in it , just not the other way around . They didn’t have to rely on captured ammo .

  • #19657

    Jack Simonton
    Participant

    Its a M-57 TT Tokarev . Caliber 7.62 x 25 , its a very fast round .

    It’s really amazing. I have one and I am happy with this. Looking for the next shooting competition.

  • #19842

    Jack Simonton
    Participant

    I like to shoot with a heavy gun.

  • #19854

    Tolik
    Participant

    I do also , thats why when I get any weapon , I get rid of the plastic as fast as I can , and replace it with wood . My FAL is an exception , but I still might do it , if I can find a good set . The ones I have seen are beat to crap .

  • #19861

    Crow Bar
    Keymaster

    Ever shoot a M4 on three round burst?
    Muzzle rise is a real thing.

    • #19971

      Whirlibird
      Participant

      The muzzle rise depends upon what muzzle device you are using.

      Back when my PD rifle had a “giggle switch”, I put an original AWC Hyper-Dyne brake on it. The muzzle would actually drop as it was fired, and you could zipper the target from top to bottom once you practiced a bit.

      The VG6 Epsilon brake I just stuck on my AR pretty much eliminates all muzzle movements in semi auto fire, haven’t been able to play with the fast stuff in a while.  Helps immensely on the light guns though.

  • #20012

    Jack Simonton
    Participant

    The weight, please.

  • #20017

    Crow Bar
    Keymaster

    This would of been a Government Issue M4, with select fire 3-round burst.

    I am with Jack.

  • #20079

    Jack Simonton
    Participant

    Hey Crow, thanks for your great response. I respect the government issue.

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