I just called SOG and tried to order one. Of course I get the woman who has dyslexia and keeps telling me that a tokerev is a rifle...
But on the SOG website, it says the TOKAREV TT33 PISTOL is over 50 years old and it is flagged as "Attention Collectors!"
So why the hell I wonder this isnt a C&R?
IIRC, there was a listing for several different options @ SOG for the Tokerev Pistol
one was a bit more for the older ones,
but they're all dated, I wonder why it's so freakin hard to pull the older ones and sell them to C&R's ????????
I'd get one if they didn't try gouging for the "C&R picks"
Shes probably thinking of the SVT which is also sometimes called Tokarev (SVT = tokarev semi auto rifle).
My C&R ist from the ATF has these listins for Tokarev TT pistols in it:
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, model TT, 1930, pistol, cal. 7.62, mfd. at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1939 through 1956.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, model TT, 1933, pistol, cal. 7.62, mfd. at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1933 through 1956.
and these other ones:
Russian (U.S.S.R.) Tokarev, model TT R-3, .22 cal., pistol.
Russian (U.S.S.R.) Tokarev, model TT R-4, .22 cal., pistol.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tula Korovin, Tk, .25 ACP cal., semiautomatic pistol.
Edited to add,
You can call the or sumbit a weapon to the ATF for consideration of making it a C&R. Just dont plan on seeing it for about a year.
Some of the Tokarev's are, some are not.
I think it was SOG or Centerfire Systems that was selling the C&R pistols as $10 more.
I really wish the ATFE would designate ALL of them as C&R.