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SRC
Approx FPS 280+
Approx Range 30m+
Magazine Capacity 11 Rounds
Shooting Mode Semi-Automatic
Hop Up Adjustable
Gun Type Gas (Magazine)
Manufacturer SRC
Weight (Kg) 1.2000

SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition

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A model we have been waiting on for a very long time!


The Russian issued Tokarev sidearm in lovely full metal crisp blowback (*wipes saliva from chin).


A limited Edition (600pcs World-wide) version complete with one 11rd magazine, Russian badge, heavy duty carry case, postcard manual AND special engraving with limited edition serial number unique to each and every pistol. Green gas ready and fires with an awesome 'crack!' with plenty of authentic gas vapour from the barrel. Truly great fun to fire.


PLEASE NOTE! When putting the magazine back in this pistol, you MUST press on the magazine release button. If you don't, the magazine will not slide in easliy and forcing it will result in you breaking the BB feed lips on top of the magazine. Every single pistol has been checked before shipping, we will not cover the mag-lips as a warranty failure if you break them.

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£110.00

SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition

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A black Russian piece of metal sex!

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SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
TT33Review by john
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What can I say...this is a really nice pistol...very different to the modern (clones) pistols that seem to dominate the market...it looks unusual & is very functional like all bits of Russian kit...no frills...not even a safetey catch but it shoots dead straight up to 25 yards...I`ve had 41 rounds (nearly four mags) on one gas fill. It shoots with a flat trajectory out to 20 yards...no blockages, stoppages, misfeeds or jams to date...honestly it`s a cracking little gun. As for the mag issue I`ve had no problems...do`nt be rough with it...load it careully and it`s absolutely fine.
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okReview by Roberto Solano
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very good as a movie prop however not been used in airsoft games so cant comment on the reliability
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OKReview by Mark
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Feel is similar to real one. I wish they would put some blueing on some of these guns though. The TT33 is an excellent copy. A general commment however (and this is nothing to do with this model) - the TT has a relatively small grip and if you have large hands therefore it might feel a little less balanced than something like a P38 or a P226.
SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
A++ gun, bad mags.Review by scott
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As mentioned above, when pulling the rather small mag spring down to lock it in position to reload bb's it sprung up and destroyed the plastic feeder beond repair. Even duct tape didnt fix it!
But apart from that its a lovely pistol. Good kick back, on average i get 17-20 shots on 1 mag fill firing 1 shot every second. Feels great in my hands, although fairly light for a metal gun it doesnt feel like a toy gun.
Would recommend if you want something different to everyone else but be very carefull with the mags!
SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
A very nice gunReview by Greataardvark
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Well the weapon works exactly as it should do, range and power are pretty reasonable! The fit and finish is good, and the presentation is excellent! Paint wears off fairly fast in places, but SRC didn't use pot metal so it doesn't bother me. Useful manual and the hard case supplied is good quality. All together a happy bunny! Very nice trademarks and a nice crisp recoil, the hop is effective and I have been able to land shots on a man sized target at 25 metres time after time. Really nice and I will use mine indoors for CQB. Chronoed last at 286FPS at room temp with .2s and Abbey Ultra! Trigger pull was stiff to start with but it has worn in a little. No complaints, no failures, no jams, locks back when empty and a perfectly gas tight mag which has reasonable efficiency and allows you to fire a whole mag happily double tapping on one fill! Cheers AW!
SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
LIPS ARE BADReview by bobbill
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good gun butthe mag feed lips are made of plastic and when i pulled the spring down and put it into the gap so for easy filling i accidently relesed it and subsiquently the mag lip(half of it) flew of.
SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
Nobody's perfectReview by Walther38
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Now I can add some personal impressions on both TTs - from SRC and KWA.
The conclussions are in good accordance to my motto "nobody's perfect".
In general they are very good replicas but none of them should get 10/10.
KWA has better blow-back, better resemblance od the internals but is lacking details as firing pin retaining pin, lacking ear at the magazine bottom plate, unperfect localization of the front barrel bushing (to low) and especially the wobbling trigger (that was intended to be a kind of safety but in practice is not) and its overall shape and finally the external barrel is made of plastic.
On the other hand SRC hammer is not resembling the real one (shift of the axis of rotation and absence of the first portion of the hammer) with the internals. Although detailed dimentions of SRC replica is better than KWA reflecting original (e.g. thickness of frame and slide as well other dimmensions) the disassembly is strange. Whereas in KWA where you remove the front barrel bushing you will be able to remove the barrels (external and internal) as one piece moving them to the front (as in 1911), in SRC it is impossible. You have to remove the barrel bushing, return spring then the internal barrel (with Hop-Up chamber) first then the external barrel can be removed as it should be - to the front of slide. What is the reason of this - in 1911 replicas and KWA replica both barrels are tilting at the first stage of slide movement backward. In SRC the inner barrel is fixed and moves only the extermal barrel.To keep this barrel at place the size (height and thickness) shoul be proper. Some other remarks consider details - front barrel bushing is not very well resembling original and grips are to light that causes the overall weight of SRC to be 610 grams in comparison to 746 grams (KWA) and 780 grams of real TT (in fact TT-S). But in both replicas can be easily replaced with an original TT grip plates.
Finally - SRC barrel is metal and resembles better an original one - it has the immitation of 4 groves (as it should be) whereas KWA has 6 groves. On the other hand locking ribs on KWA resemble better an original. On SRC they resemble TT-30 rather.
Final simple conclussions:
The shooting accuracy of both at the range 5 m (black circle of 5 cm, 10 BBs 2,5 g - all hits located at black. The KWA TT is a bit more accurate (less scatter).
If you are not a fan of detailed by 99% replica but you would like that it should look better(more realistic) you should just remove tha paint fromthe external barrel of SRC SR-33.

SRC Tokarev TT33 Styled Airsoft GBB Pistol Limited Edition
All the little touches, combined with a superb sound and finish make this the sexiest TT-33 currently on the market.Review by Denis Gennadievich
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I will say in advance that I have in fact handled a real TT-33 before. Due to the price and this being SRC's recent venture into GBB pistol territory, I was skeptical.

Earlier, I bought a KWA TT-33, so be warned, comparisons are unavoidable.

The overall appearance of the gun is great. The dark-grey matte finish is not 100% accurate to the real thing, which is really shiny blued steel, but it looks damn well better than KWA's black gloss paint.

The overall weight of this pistol is not exactly hefty. It is significantly lighter than the real counterpart, but so are most pistols in airsoft.

You can even see the milling marks on the slide which add a degree of authenticity of the SRC pistol. The little screws and notches on the slide have been replicated well and are in the same place as on the real one and have not been forgotten like on other replicas.

The Russian markings on the pistol itself, the case, and instruction manual are all accurate, even the Russian warning inside the manual I can understand, despite some slight grammatical errors. I am impressed that everything is so well-translated with slight mistakes only on three lines in the manual. The manual itself is passport styled and looks damn cool. The packaging for the extra mag, the gun case, and everything else is just awesome looking with the hammer and sickle adorning everything. The case is sturdy and feels very high-quality, the metal badge on the front in Russian just adds that small touch that most packaging lacks.

Grips on this pistol are cheap-feeling plastic, as per the real one. Feels very authentic, even down to the ever-so-slight wobble on the grips which the real counterpart shares.

Everything is completely metal, including the outer barrel, which on the KWA is polymer. There are reasons for the barrel on the KWA being like that, but I prefer metal, just my personal opinion.

As with the KWA, the SRC Tokarev's return-spring felt a little bit weak as the return on the slide was quite sluggish, but once the Chinese gun-grease is wiped away and the gun is lubricated, it works like a dream. The sound of it cocking is impressive as well, and is close to the metal clack of the real one, just not as forceful.

The magazine capacity is 11 rounds, not 10 like the KWA. Due to the mags being really thin on both, the gas reservoir is small and doesn't hold much, but in most cases is enough for 17 shots total for the SRC. Performance-wise, the KWA surpassed the SRC, with it being far more gas-efficient than the SRC, but as long as the SRC manages to fire all 11 shots and still lock the slide back, I am satisfied, because it does, but requires re-gassing afterwards when all shots are fired.

(Note: KWA and SRC mags are not compatible with each other)

The recoil is strong, and the firing sound is loud. I cannot stress how satisfying this Tokarev is to shoot.

It comes with adjustible hop up and a tool to adjust it. While it does not possess the range of the KWA, the SRC can still hold its own and hit targets at the range of most mid-range pistols. It's not amazing, but it's functional and accurate enough.

Overall, the little touches such as the packaging design, manual, authentically-styled Soviet badge (which I plan to wear on my Commissar uniform), combined with the crisp blowback, decent performance, sexy appearance, and attention to detail as well as the overall ease of disassembly and maintenance makes for a really good deal for just 95gbp. I highly recommend this weapon to collectors, Russophiles, Vietcong players, and Soviet enthusiasts. Hell, even if you're not one of the above, it's worth getting this for something just a little bit different.

This gun has its issues that I went over, but they are small enough to not cause serious problems or ruin the experience.

I, for one, am looking forward to dual-wielding Tokarevs on the battlefield. The SRC is definitely not a disappointment and is a pleasant surprise. This is a keeper for sure.

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