The TT-30 was initially developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as the service pistol to replace the outdated Nagant M1895 revolver for the Soviet Military. Changes to the weapon were made after its initial trials in 1931 to simplify manufacturing and production. These modifications created the TT-33, which made its way into the hands of Soviet officers and troops during World War II.
The SRC SR-33 is an incredibly realistic replica of the TT-33 and comes in a high quality collectible gun case with collectible pin and an instruction manual styled as a red propaganda pamphlet.
- Zinc Alloy Construction
- Full Metal Slide and Frame with Hard Polymer Grip Cover
- Engraved Serial Number Markings on Frame
- Full Metal Outer Barrel
- Matte Black Finish
- Replica Details like: Lanyard Loop, Slide Screws, Slide Stop Retainer Clip, and Hidden Inner Barrel
- Realistic Blowback Action
Dimensions: 195mm x 125mm
Muzzle Velocity: 300~310 FPS (Measured w/ 0.20g BBs and Green Gas)
Magazine: Full Steel 12 rounds Loading Capacity
Gas Type: Green Gas, Red Gas, Propane
Firing Mode: Semi Automatic
System: Gas Blowback
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable