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Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers  ***SOLD***
Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers  ***SOLD*** Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers  ***SOLD*** Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers  ***SOLD*** Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers  ***SOLD***
 

Deactivated Russian Tokarev TT30 automatic pistol 1935 dated, matching serial numbers ***SOLD***


This is a deactivated Russian 7.62mm calibre TT30 pistol, designed by Fedor Tokarev in 1930.  Based loosely on the Browning M1911, it was developed initially as the TT30 to replace the ageing Nagant M1895 revolver. Further refinements to the design resulted in the TT33, which remained in production into the 1950s, being mainly issued to officers in the Red Army. This example is in lovely 'used' and unrestored condition, reflecting it's service life, with typical patina to the steel and wear to high points, with good CCCP marked plastic grips. The right hand grip is cracked as can be seen, but it is completely secure with no movement. Dated 1935 with the Tula Armoury stamp to frame and slide, this pistol has the characteristic wartime larger milled grips on the slide and has matching serial number to frame, slide and grip-strap. Comes complete with 2 rounds of inert ammunition, this is a fabulous WW2 made pistol at an affordable price. Cocks and dry-fires with a precise action and capable of being fully field-stripped. Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK specification. 

 

 Our price: £245.00

 

All deactivated weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold a London or Birmingham proof mark and certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.


Our Price: £245.00

 

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