MY CHINESE TOKAREV

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by balazona, May 16, 2008.

  1. balazona

    balazona New Member

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    Hi guys

    here is my chinese tokarev in 7.62x25mm.

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  2. Hydra Shok

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    Your Tok looks nice.
    I used to have one years ago in 9mm, but sold it to fund another purchase. I have noticed that their prices have gone up at the gun shows lately.
  3. berto64

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    We used to call those "Chicom" pistols. Every once in a while you'd find one on a dead gook.
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    That's not very "PC" I thought they were dinks:D least that's what my pop called em.
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    Call'em whatever you want as long as they are dead.
  6. Erich

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    Love the Toks. I used to have a Nork 213 in 9x19; liked it a lot. Sold it to a friend when I no longer needed it. Missed the heck out of it, so I picked up a Polska Radom when they became available. $129 from SOG a few years back - man, this one's a keeper! :)

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    lol.....yep, that's the truth:D
  8. balazona

    balazona New Member

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    Thanks guys for ur comments.i want to know how much these chicom tokarevs r reliable and durable.how much punishment they can handle?
  9. Erich

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    They are reliable - bottlenecked cartridges help with that. Contrary to popular wisdom, they are stronger than the CZ-52s (the CZs blow up where the roller-locks go into the barrel on overcharges). They can handle more punishment than your wallet can dish out.
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    KNow of any replcemtn grip panels? I am not in love with mine.
  11. Erich

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    Try Marstar in Canada for the grip panels.
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