Polish Tokarevs

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by Foo Bird » March 27th, 2010, 3:25 pm

This thread makes me want a Tok even worse now. Well, I have three firerarms I can sell... :?

Darn you people and your nice Toks! :wink:

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by tiber1 » April 3rd, 2010, 12:25 am

I picked up my Polish Tok tonight from the FFL. Ordered it from SOG... Was $218.98 shipped. I'm pleased with it and my FFL is in love with the CS at SOG.
Little wear, not much tear, cosmo doesn't look to bad to deal with. 1952 vintage.

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by camekanix » April 7th, 2010, 10:34 pm

I got 2 Polish Toks fro SOG and am happy with both appearance wise. I have yet to shoot them though. This did not stop me from ordering a compensator for the 7.62 barrel and a 9mm barrell and bushing to try out on one. The comp looks great BTW :D
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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by erich » April 8th, 2010, 5:00 pm

I'm not in any way associated with it, but there's an auction up at GunBroker for one of these Polish guns with accessories - price is up to $185 with two days left. I've dealt happily with the seller before. Item number 163983871.

Sure hope I'm not breaking any rules by posting this (some forums are weird that way); I just wanted to give you folks a heads-up. My Polska cost me $135 from SOG many years ago, but this auction one seems like not a bad deal as it presently stands.

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by kempin » April 30th, 2010, 7:10 pm

I'm a bit late to the thread--in fact, I haven't posted in about two years--but I just got a Polish Tok from SOG. Maybe it was because I am half Polish, or maybe because of the cheap ammo.

(Then again, maybe it had just been too long since I ordered a pistol.)

Anyway, the point is that the tokarev pistols had never really captured my attention. They have been around for a while and I took no particular notice. Then I held one and shot it--wow! Quality pistol, fun to shoot, powerful . . . it was awesome. I'm not going to sell my p-64s to get more, but I was impressed. Anyone have a similar experience?

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by Hobe Sound P.83 » June 26th, 2010, 9:32 am

Question on the Polish Tokarev added Safety! 1. Can it be Removed? 2. Can the Pistol be fired ok with the Hole in the Frame? Paul
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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by blackblade » June 26th, 2010, 10:56 am

Hobe Sound P.83 wrote:Question on the Polish Tokarev added Safety! 1. Can it be Removed? 2. Can the Pistol be fired ok with the Hole in the Frame? Paul
Yes and yes.

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Re: Polish Tokarevs

Post by Hobe Sound P.83 » June 26th, 2010, 12:19 pm

Thanks, I noticed on Gunbroker Orginal Polish Tokarev Grips with Radom Logo on them. and the Holster.
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