Roberto Wootton: I haven't seen on any reviews hardly on the Romanian TTC Tokorov is the Romania Tokorov a better made and more rare of a pistol??? Does anybody know about the Tokorov TTC year stamped on pistol 1952??
Roberto Wootton: yes I, have a Romanian tokorov TTC 1952 in like mint condition what is your opinion and thoughts on my tokorov
Redneck “RedneckSniper97” Sniper: Um no those are not actual safeties THEY DO NOT WORK I tested mine and it fired it is an aftermarket add on just like the rest don't trust it its not a safety
Skrbalo: crvena zastava srbija tt
David FP: Is this Tom Brokaw? Sound identical, surely I'm not the first to notice. Good review
Lajos Brindza: Hi! Nice review. These guns are 40-50 eur in Serbia for a used one, and about 150 eur for a new gun. Check out the aftermarket pistolgrips the make for them. Here's the link:
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.
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 .
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
TheFirefox8192: LONG LIVE THE CONSITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES REPUBLIC
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 firefight?
backcheck31: My understand is that they are NOT compatible. I could be wrong though.
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?)
TNP'R sheepodog: this is a great armor penetrating caliber if your ever going up against that type deal
TheOmegachron: have u found any aftermarket grips for them?
wv9mm: Wow a very good speaking voice. But very nice gun
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?
MrEdgar49: Very much so. It's essentially a Browning 1903 and shoots like one.
mat5595: Are these things accurate?
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.