Those Tokarevs really are nice. My LGS has 3 and I'm hopefully going to grab one. I've given up on trying to find a decent Nagant revolver for a reasonable price. I'd also like to get my hands on a Makarov.jammersavage44 said:The Yugoslavian and Romanian Tokarevs are also regarded as C&R type of handguns...usually can be bought for 300.00 or under.
That is a good looking Nagant!! All of the ones I've found are in terrible condition, pieced out or at sky-high prices.jammersavage44 said:Got lucky yesterday (speaking of Nagant revolvers). I remembered that a gun store in the north part of the state had one and they put on FB that it's 10% any gun in stock. I contacted the owner (who already had my C&R on file) and bought it. He sent it out yesterday and I got it today!
Last week was an EXCELLENT week to be a Cruffler because I happen to pick up one of those as well! Just started collecting about 8 months ago so hadn't even heard of these revolvers but saw one on a FB gun board and after some research, knew that it would be an excellent addition to my collection.Consider an Enfield Number 2 revolver. It shoots .38 S&W, so ammo can still be found.
Agreed, I was shocked at what a good value mine was, a Romanian TTC from J&G Sales. Like a 1911 but smaller and lighter; the 7.62x25 is a very hot round. Ammo getting hard to find though.jammersavage44 said:The Yugoslavian and Romanian Tokarevs are also regarded as C&R type of handguns...usually can be bought for 300.00 or under.