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Zastava Yugo Tokarev M70A Semi Auto Pistol, 9mm, Blued, by CAI, New.
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 $239.95  $199.95 
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This is a Zastava Tokarev M70A semi auto pistol in 9mm caliber. Features 4.5'' barrel, single action. Includes two 9rd magazines, instruction manual and proof certificate. Manufactured by Zastava in Serbia. Century Arms Import. CAI #HG3182-N. New.

Picture is a representative of the stock we have, and may not be the exact item you will receive.

ATTENTION: Firearms ONLY ship to an FFL holder. If you do not have an FFL (Federal Firearms License) then you must find one in your area to do the transfer for you, and you must enter their address as the shipping address on your order. Due to FedEx and UPS requirements, handguns ship separately from ammunition via 2 day delivery.

ATTENTION: California residents please check the California Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale to see if this gun is legal to purchase.

MANUFACTURER: Zastava

Weight: 4.00

Condition: New

CUSTOMER REVIEWS:
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Total Reviews: 33

by Date Added: Monday July 07, 2014
Very sturdy and well made pistol. With a few caveats. I waited until I had over 1000 rounds through one of mine before doing this.

BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING- remove every trace of oil and cosmoline. ALL of it. Use a parts washer or ultrasonic cleaner (for the trigger group, especially) - I'm a froglube guy, so I baked in (185 degrees in a food dehydrator) 3 times. getit hot, slather it with froglube, put it back in for 10 minutes, repeat upside down or the other side facing down, repeat. repeat.

cool down and wipe it off (lightly on the springs, as good as you can on external surfaces. expect to clean some more out after the first range session. Also expect a 2-3 patch cleaning process, period. nice stuff)

Once you have it TOTALLY cleaned out and oiled, you are ready to shoot. It will slick up remarkably after 100 rounds, and more after 300-400.

My trigger pull, not polished, after 400 rounds, was 4 pounds. slide slicked right up as the machining roughness wore.

Sights might take us Americans some getting used to, but they are a great aid to racking the slide and work well.

Expect to shoot a bit low, especially if you use a 6 hold. You'll adapt, oil file the front sight a hair. (very small hair) - once you do, expect easy 3 inch groups at 15 yards without any major dinking around (basic weaver stance)

Safety works well, and also needs the lube to do so.

Magazines drop freely after you work the pistol in a bit, if there's any hangup, remove the grips and polish the retaining ears (that's usually the problem)

it just shoots and shoots and shoots. 1200+ rounds with one FTF on some critical defense that had been loaded in a spare pocket carry mag for over a year, so who knows. one in 1200 is fine.

Bluing is military, nothing more. and the slide release needs an aftermarket upgrade with double the width. Some of the machined corners are a bit sharp. that is, really, ALL the negatives.

everything- trigger group being hard to get out, gritty slide, gritty trigger, stiff trigger pull- is a cosmoline/lube cleanup issue or needs a few hundred rounds of breakin (or both?)

Yes, it's a single stack. Yes it only holds 9 rounds. Yes, it lacks the advanced features of the 1911 that it is based on.

but- yes, it is the equal of a $500 or even $700 pistol.


Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Wednesday June 25, 2014
I bought one over Memorial Day weekend. shipping was still fast and j&g was as always a pleasure to order from. That being said this pistol is truly amazing, the finish is a deep blue, function after 500 round ls perfect! Not one jam of any kind. A few machine marks here and there inside the slide/frame( can't see them anyway) , but this is a $230 dollar gun, besides after 100% reliability and and awesome finish small machine marks are forgotten! (Did I mention this gun is pure steel from top to bottom)! I've had some top end semi autos jam up after 500 rounds that had looser tolerances than this gun has. I oiled it once after 250 rounds and this thing keeps throwing brass and very very accurate ! I will be picking up another one very soon. 9mm shells are becoming plentiful again and are cheap and easy to find. If you want a newly manufactured tokarev that's cheap, reliable, and looks great and not have to worry about a worn mil surp pistol chambered in that 7.62 round and still have the look and historic feel of a real Tok. Buy this ASAP while they are still being made!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Thursday May 22, 2014
This is a pistol without regrets. A smooth trigger with a firm clean break. Its got a very thin profile that makes it extremely concealable for a full size pistol. If I name a problem, its the lack of accessories. I will be getting another one.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Monday May 19, 2014
Slides were a little rough. Nothing some lite sanding didn't fix. Mag safety is annoying. Overall very happy with this fire arm. Finish was flawless, accuracy was ok. I put 150 rounds of steel case tula through it with out any misfires. Not bad for the price.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 stars!]
by Date Added: Sunday April 20, 2014
Good value for the money. Accurate,well finished pistol.
Good dealer service.


Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 stars!]
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