The Yugoslavian Surplus Zastava M57 pistol military surplus firearm, a variant of the Soviet Russian TT33 Tokarev pistol. These military surplus Yugo M57 pistols are originally without a safety lever but we can add those to them to make them importable to your country if necessary.
Yugoslavian Surplus Zastava M57 Pistols
The Yugoslavian Zastava Arms M57 pistol was adopted into the Yugoslavian Army in 1957 as the standard side arm. The M57 is a Yugoslavian variant of the iconic Soviet Russian TT33 Tokarev, and was licensed by the Yugoslavians to be copied. The Zastava Arms version has a longer grip since a 9 round magazine was produced instead of the 8 rounds of the TT33 Tokarev.
The Yugoslavian Zastava Arms M57 pistol is a highly demanded military surplus firearm for the civilian market. This stock consists of M57 pistols in very good to excellent condition with 1 magazine for each piece.
All M57 pistols are with the Yugoslavian emblem crest on the upper part of the slider. The emblem of Yugoslavia featured six torches, surrounded by wheat with a red star at its top as other Soviet satellite countries, and burning together in one flame which represented the brotherhood and unity of the six federal republics forming Yugoslavia: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Slovenia.
700 units available for sale.
These Yugo surplus M57 pistols are without an external safety but it can be added by request to make them importable to your country.
Make: Zastava Arms
Magazine Capacity: 9 rounds
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- All goods are sold as-is-where-is, subject to prior sale and approval by the respective authorities of the buyer and seller for export and import.