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The Norinco Type 54 is identical to the Soviet military issue T-33 handgun produced for and used by the Peoples' Liberation Army for several decades and is typical of the T-33 pistols made in Eastern bloc and other communist countries. It features a forged steel frame and slide, chrome-lined MILSPEC barrel, post-war type slide serrations for improved grip, and distinctive 'star' marked grip panels.
This was the official Soviet pistol cartridge adopted in 1930 for the Tokarev Model TT-30 and modified Model TT-33 automatic pistols. The cartridge is very similar in dimension to the 7.63 mm Mauser cartridge. Most brands of Mauser ammunition can be fired in the Tokerev pistol. The 7.62mm Tokarev is a fair cartridge with good velocity and flat trajectory but needs softpoint bullets for maximum effectiveness.
Got one, fun pistol to shoot
By Darkside59 on 31 Oct 2018
My dad pass away and left us with his collection. I've took this one. Fun to shoot. Only complaint about this pistol is the agronomic, ammo hard to find, parts is almost non-existence.