- KWA TT-33 Tokarev GBB (Full Metal)
- Full Metal Slide and Frame with Plastic Grip Cover
- Realistic markings
- Equipped with NS2 Gas system
- Includes full metal 11 rounds magazine
- Weight: 750 gr
- Velocity: 320 FPS
- Black Color
The TT-33 by KWA accurately recreates the look and feel of this classic Russian pistol. Common to many Russian designs, the TT-33 by KWA was designed with a full metal slide and frame for hard rugged use and increased durability. Subdued markings and the CCCP Star emblem on the grip panels give it an authentic appearance that is sure to please Eastern Bloc enthusiasts and collectors.
KWA has done an incredible job transitioning the TT-33's rich history into the airsoft market. The gun features a full metal slide, frame and barrel, giving it a very realistic feel, and making the gun extremely durable overall. The lightly textured grip provides a solid feel when held, and between the subdued markings and serial number, and the CCCP Star emblem on both sides of the grip panels, the KWA Full Metal TT-33 NS2 GBB has an authentic appearance and feel that is sure to please both players and collectors alike. Size wise, its very much like a 1911 but with a grip so slim that it rivals that of a luger. It is decently comfortable to hold single handed, with tall sights aiding target acquisition no end although they are not adjustable for range or windage etc. The pistol is a decent weight when loaded and clocks in around 750 grams. The pistol bears a metal lanyard to attach a safety lanyard.
Just like the trademarks on the slide these are etched into the metal and not colored in; unlike most KWA GBBs. From front to back it will be the serial number, Soviet Star, and KWA. Given how other KWAs are all serialed, it's fairly safe to say this is unique to each gun except for the star and KWA.
The magazine is a 11 rounder. As you can see in the picture it is easy to tell when the magazine is full of BBs. There will be a gap that won't easily allow another BB to enter the mag. The magazine itself is made of metal and very thin. It is gas efficient enough to empty the magazine 2-3 times with a single charge of ultra gas. When powered by green gas the TT-33 produces a solid 320 fps at the muzzle and gives a nice sharp thump to your palm and a hard recoil kick, when you squeeze off a round. Accuracy is good and with an effective range of 40 metres it is a very capable sidearm. The adjustable Hop Up adds to the quality of the flight path of the BBs shot.
The TT-30 (7,62 mm Samozaryadnyj Pistolet Tokareva obraztsa 1930 goda, "7.62 mm Tokarev self-loading pistol model 1930") is a Russian semi-automatic pistol. It was developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military to replace the Nagant M1895 revolver that had been in use since Tsarist times, though it never fully replaced the M1895.