Here is a Cold Warrior pistol from our opponents’ side, a genuine Zastava Yugoslavian manufactured model M57 steel frame Tokarev design pistol, chambered in the powerful 7.62x25 or .32 Tokarev caliber. This pistol came from service with the Yugoslavian State Police in what is now the State Union of Montenegro and Serbia, and comes with its brown leather police holster and cleaning rod. The Soviets pirated John M. Browning’s 1903 design and modified and chambered the new pistol for their purposes in the 1930s to replace their revolvers, then shared their milling equipment to entice the Independent Yugoslavs during the Cold War. This pistol is every bit as good as its Russian made counterparts. Several of thisM57’s ancestors saw action against the Nazi Army in World War II. Zastava Arms began production in their Kragujevac Serbia plant for Tito’s Communist Army in 1957, hence the model name, on Russian Milling Equipment. From this one’s E serial number prefix, it was manufactured in 1962, a year of wide spread civil unrest in Yugoslavia. Its only alien marking is importation stamps located on the left forward section of its slide, and required by the 1968 Gun Control Act. This M57 has moderate surface detractions, mostly holster whitening on the slide edges and palm contact whitening or browning on the grip frame front and back straps. We rate it as Good, perhaps Very Good, 70 to 80 percent vicinity by our estimate; photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore shows strong sharp rifling lands with some dark etchy texture in the grooves, and the chamber and mechanism are clean.As far as Specs, type is blowback single action semi-auto; caliber 7.62x25 Tokarev, and the magazine is outfitted for its original lanyard loop, and capacity is 8 + 1 rounds. Barrel length is 4 1/4 inches with full length steel guide rod; sights are blue steel dovetailed low blade front with u-notch high dovetailed steel rear; weight empty is 28.4 ounces with center of gravity at the trigger guard junction to the grip frame; grips are classic Soviet style serrated polymer. This pistol has a main safety for cocked and locked position. It also has a magazine safety; that is, it will not fire with the magazine removed. Bore shows strong sharp rifling lands with some dark etchy texture in the grooves, and the chamber and mechanism are clean.We’re offering this attractive, collectable Zastava M57 for only $ 219.00. Definitely C&R Eligible. Not transferable to civilian non-dealers in Massachusetts. Add any number of Extra New Factory Magazines $35 each. Guns America search terms [Ammo Tokarev Robertson] will bring up our 7.62x25 ammo listings. Guns America search terms, Yugoslavian Robertson, will bring up all our M57 Pistols.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $15 lower 48; $40 AK, HI, PR, USPS Priority. 7 day money back on used items, but No Returns on NIB, Lay-away, or Ammo. Lay-away OK, 20% down, 90 days to pay. We Buy, Sell, or Trade; we always have, since 1952.
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