Friday, November 10, 2006

Rare Radom-marked Polish Tokarevs

After WWII these were the standard pistols for the Polish Army. Starting in 1950, the Russians forced the Poles to use their Warsaw Pact country code (the number "11" in a circle) to mark their weapons, but for the first two years of production these pistols were marked with the famous "F.B. Radom" logo. These early-production Poles are some of the nicest Tokarevs you will ever see. Collectible and fun to shoot, these won't last long at $389. Hurry, only four three two left!