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    New OC holster I made for when I want to look snazzy.

    Made it for my OC gun, a Romanian TTC.

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    Kewl, and so is the Tok. Do you carry condition 3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    Kewl, and so is the Tok. Do you carry condition 3?
    chambered but de-cocked. I can thumb the hammer back as I draw. it also has the added safety, which I wish it didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CopBlockRVA View Post
    chambered but de-cocked. I can thumb the hammer back as I draw. it also has the added safety, which I wish it didn't.
    Be careful carrying like that, Tok's have a positive firing pin, which means with the hammer at rest the FP is resting on the primer. You would probably be better to put the hammer in the safety notch. Tok's have a heavy safety notch. There was after market firing pins at one time that changed the FP to a inertia FP, but some claim they are finicky with surplus ammo. Just a suggestion.

    I carry a 51 Navy conversion 38 spl. I carry with the FP resting between the case heads. I also carry at times a 1911 and carry with the hammer down on a chambered round(condition 2). But the 1911 has a inertia firing pin. I have been wanting and researching Tok's for some time. At some point I will break down and buy one, but I spent about a week reading every article I could find, that is how I knew about the FP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    Be careful carrying like that, Tok's have a positive firing pin, which means with the hammer at rest the FP is resting on the primer. You would probably be better to put the hammer in the safety notch. Tok's have a heavy safety notch. There was after market firing pins at one time that changed the FP to a inertia FP, but some claim they are finicky with surplus ammo. Just a suggestion.

    I carry a 51 Navy conversion 38 spl. I carry with the FP resting between the case heads. I also carry at times a 1911 and carry with the hammer down on a chambered round(condition 2). But the 1911 has a inertia firing pin. I have been wanting and researching Tok's for some time. At some point I will break down and buy one, but I spent about a week reading every article I could find, that is how I knew about the FP.
    I should have been more clear, I keep it at half cock which is about 1/8 in off the firing pin. They are not the best carry gun but they are fine if you use common sense. If you get one and have normal sized man hands I would recommend the yugo with the longer grip. My Romanian is a little small, thats why I added the Hogue JR. grip for a little added control. It is a surprisingly accurate gun, I think you will enjoy one. Only costing about $200 is nice too

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    Re: New OC holster I made for when I want to look snazzy.

    Quote Originally Posted by CopBlockRVA View Post
    I should have been more clear, I keep it at half cock which is about 1/8 in off the firing pin. They are not the best carry gun but they are fine if you use common sense. If you get one and have normal sized man hands I would recommend the yugo with the longer grip. My Romanian is a little small, thats why I added the Hogue JR. grip for a little added control. It is a surprisingly accurate gun, I think you will enjoy one. Only costing about $200 is nice too
    How do you like the 7.62x25? (Correct me if I goofed). Are you having a hard time finding ammo? Sorry for questions. I have been thinking about getting a Tok. Just do not want to end up where I am with all my other caliber pistols ( not shooting much do to ammo shortages)..:afraid to burn my reserve. rolleyes:
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    New OC holster I made for when I want to look snazzy.

    Great looking holster! I like the hybrid look.
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    Well,,,

    Quote Originally Posted by FreeInAZ View Post
    How do you like the 7.62x25? (Correct me if I goofed). Are you having a hard time finding ammo? Sorry for questions. I have been thinking about getting a Tok. Just do not want to end up where I am with all my other caliber pistols ( not shooting much do to ammo shortages)..:afraid to burn my reserve. rolleyes:
    This cartridge is a Fire Breathing Dragon!!!
    I traded my spare Drako for a Yugo M 57 and a CZ 52,,, they are great fun and shoot great!!!
    But part of the deal was buyng 2400 rds of milsurp ammo,,, Ill never run out,, Im 60

    ETA see this ammo http://www.ammunitiontogo.com/produc...l-metal-jacket
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    Re: New OC holster I made for when I want to look snazzy.

    Thanks Defender for the reply. I am going to get a yugo M57. I have huge hands so the longer grip is needed. Plus I like the idea of an extra round.
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