Reloading for the Tokarev Handgun - 700X and bullets from Hornady, Speer, and Sierra
Just a video comparing the Romanian model Tokarev to the Yugoslavian model. These are great guns and they shoot the super fun 7.62X25mm cartridge. I really appreciate the simplicity and reliability of these guns. These are still available and the prices are still around $200, so you should get one while you can.
In this video I do a "from scratch" load workup using a modern powder (CFE Pistol) in a Soviet TT-33 inspired Tokarev Pistol. This particular pistol is a variant, the M57 Yugoslavian Or Yugo made in the Zastava factory in Serbia.
Reloading for the Yugo M57 Tokarev 7.62X25mm with Hornady 90gr. XTP and W296 part 2 The Yugoslavian model 57 was a licensed copy of the Russian Tokarev TT pistol. The main difference is the Yugo model 57 has a longer grip and incorporates a 9 round magazine. The Tokarev is a single action, short recoil […]
The 7.62x25mm Tokarev is a bottle-necked pistol cartridge that was first adopted by the Russian military in 1930. This round is based on the 7.63 Mauser round that was used in the C96 pistol. The 7.62mm Tokarev cartridge was used in the TT series of pistols as well as the PPS sub machine gun by […]