Military Surplus Yugoslavian M57 Tokarev Pistol 7.62x25mm 4.6" Barrel 9-Round Good to Very Good Condition Steel Matte

  • Product #: 333807
  • Military Surplus #: YM57P
Military Surplus Yugoslavian M57 Tokarev Pistol 7.62x25mm 4.6" Barrel 9-Round Good to V...
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Shipped From Supplier Est. Ship Date: 07/25/2019
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Chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev, the M57 was the standard sidearm of the Yugoslav Army. Adopted in 1957, the M57 is a copy of the Soviet TT, but with a longer grip to accommodate the 9 round magazine. Similar to a 1911, the M57 is a single action, short recoil operated pistol. Due to import regulations, these are fitted with a safety and will have an importation mark.


  • Graded as Good to Very Good by Importer
  • Original Yugoslavian manufacture
  • Includes 9 round magazine and cleaning rod


Note: This firearm is used surplus and condition may vary.  By purchasing this item you acknowledge that you will receive a used firearm.  No choice or handpicking is currently available.  We do not currently ship firearms to C&R license holders.

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