joey p: For another $40 or so, it may be worth getting a brand new Zastava M57,
made in Serbia. 9+1, can't go wrong. Smoother safety and an awesome
trigger. I should've bought one of these years ago when the pistol and the
ammo was MUCH cheaper and available... Thanks for the great video
Riad Ahmed: @ joey p you said $40 zastava m75 but how even in afghan Pakistan border
darra clone m75 could be least $200 even a pair of Nike shoe cost $100 how
do you think we should admit you ?zastava m75 least brand new cost $600 not
less then a cent I think .
Raftjumper07: Thank you very much for this review. I appreciate your closing comment on
the trigger pull. It is little things like that that make these reviews
actually useful for those of us interested but don't have a local shop
carrying these to handle.
TheFirefox8192: LONG LIVE THE CONSITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES REPUBLIC
aquaboob: From the looks of it the internal parts are identical to the TT, I'm
wondering if a M57 barrel would swap into a TT33?
TheOmegachron: have u found any aftermarket grips for them?
Александар Петковић: Great video, beautiful guns. Only one remark, thumb safety is importer
requirement installed in US. M57s made by Zastava Arms Factory (former
Crvena Zastava) are not equipped with that safety.
1580042: Id love to get a yugo like that iv got one of the norinco 213 models in 9mm
and it just feels awkward and the safety they put on is hard as crap to move
m1mthaworld: Good video.
MrEdgar49: I had a 213 that was pretty decent, but the trigger was quite gritty. These
have MUCH better triggers than my T33 or the 213. Seems like a big batch of
these came out of some warehouse in Europe, so you may see them in local
maxred222: I think that safety was added for import purposes. But as you'll find out
there really is no reason for a safety on one of these. If you slowly lower
the hammer to half-rooster, it's basically a non operative hunk of metal at
that point. You can't rack the slide, the trigger doesn't budge and you
can't force the hammer forward. As long as you have a holster with a strap
over the hammer (you rooster the hammer to fire), I would say it's safe. That
being said, my two M57s still have their safeties.
MrEdgar49: Thanks so much for the great feedback. Hope you love the M57.
markobyrne1: I love your reviews bother. Keep em comin.
wv9mm: Wow a very good speaking voice. But very nice gun
backcheck31: My understand is that they are NOT compatible. I could be wrong though.
TNP'R sheepodog: this is a great armor penetrating caliber if your ever going up against
that type deal
em2b96p: You sir put out some very good reviews. I love how you get straight to the
point and not waste our time with other stuff (like thearmorychannel guy
and MAC guy). I ordered a yugo m57 from AIM today and am excited to get it!
Mine isnt coming with a holster, cleaning rod or 2nd mag. So I will have to
look for a set.
Anderw Marcell: Very nice presentation. The Yugo M57 has one more round in the magazine
than the T33. They continue to make a copy of the Tokarev with a slide
mounted safety in both 9mm and 40 cal. At one time there even was a T70
with a factory safety in .32ACP (was a popular with Yugo Police). The
Tokarev will be around for a long time and they are excellent weapons. I
would like to see you firing them. FYI some late (1980s) rebuild have
chromed bores are most 7.62x25 is very corrosive.
backcheck31: I'm debating between the Yugo M57 (like you have) and the Romanian TTC.
What do you think of the two in a comparison? Do you own the Romanian too?
(My other concern is, does the M57 have so much cosmoline that you'll never
really get it all cleaned?)
Ray Lustig: Hypothetically, in the hands of an expert marksman, and maybe with some
modifications/customizations, would an M57 be practical to take into a
mat5595: Are these things accurate?
Dave Cotrone: Nice vid
MrEdgar49: Very much so. It's essentially a Browning 1903 and shoots like one.