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Things I liked:Yes, it real TT-33, warproduction circa 1943-44. It is refinished nicely, new excellent grips and markings (barely visible) added. So, it has some value as collectors item. Cocking and trigger feels exactly like real thing.
Things I would have changed:Accuracy is not excellent (2 inches spread) at 6 yards. Point of impact is 2 inches lower and to the left as well.
What others should know:While it WAS a real gun it will not be possible to convert it back to firearm now. It is single action only meaning you have to cock it for EACH shot.
Things I liked:Looks and feels great. The inner .177 barrel is rifled. Made from real gun parts. Everything is steel except for the grips.
What others should know:Shoots low, and this is not adjustable. Mine shot doubles and was returned for exchange. This may be the cause of inaccuracy.
Things I liked:Its a real gun thats been converted , all steel not some plastic junk like most air pistols today.
Things I would have changed:I wish all the original caliber and slide markings were left intact , and if not I wish Bakail would be more carefull removing them , The slide flats were wavy due to the heavy belt sander grit . But all and all its pretty cool , you know it is what it is , Russia is not known for finnese .
What others should know:I am a gunsmith and I re- fitted and re-finished it to the quality of a prewar Colt auto. no more crude finish and fit , very very nice now.