I had a bring-back 1941 mfg. Tula TT-33 Tokarev that I supidly sold many moons ago....it has the 5 pointed Soviet star scrratched out of both grips and a swastika scratched in on both sides where the star was.
I'd like to get ahold of an NCO M1895 Nagant........
But for modern practical pistols.........CZ-75 hands down.
I remember when Yeltsin staged the coup against Gorbachev, I was watching CNN and Gorbachev was walking down the steps of a plane with his hodyguards who were carrying CZ's. :twisted:
of course mine is more modern being a 75B in .40 but I wouldn't give it away for anything. I really want a original Cz-75 for sure.
I installed some Trijicons on it
It's what I use to qualify with for my CCL. It groups too well that I'm affraid the instructor won't be able to count 50 individual holes so I have to purpously start spreading my POA around after about the first 20 rounds.
By far the most accurate "straight outta the box" stock pistol I have ever owned...even over my Sigs.