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    endless love continues...another old Chinese tt33 unfired..
    "THE GUN IS NOT IMPORTANT,THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN IS IMPORTANT"

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    @zahikpk:
    Very nice TT you have.. happy shooting ☺

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    TT is the most comfortable weapon in my hand, or in other words i am most comfortable with TT to shoot.
    Remember the first rule of gunfighting ... have a gun.

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    @zahidkpk,

    Beautiful pistol, my favorite 1911.

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    Ameer and Mian jee thanks.
    "THE GUN IS NOT IMPORTANT,THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN IS IMPORTANT"

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    Zahid bhi TTs are really awesome

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    zahidkpk,
    No offence intended, but I do have three questions/concerns about your TT.
    1. Why does it have "99" on the slide, when the more "Chinese" code on the frame is "66"?
    2. I have never seen a Chinese TT with the serial number marked in that manner on the slide.
    3. The trigger guard looks smaller and rounder than any other Chinese, Russian, Yugo, Romanian, Polish TT that I have ever seen or owned.
    I only point these things out because it seems like Pakistan-made TTs are getting much better and closer to the originals.

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    @sadatpk thank you brother.

    @jonyc... 1. for Chinese made stuff there is no specific criteria for signs and symbols.they make things according to demand and requirement,as mian jee already stated.only quality matters.
    2. chinese tts bearing serial numbers on side of the slide have been imported in early era.kindly conform it from old dealer/importer.
    3.also dear its not pakmade tt...there are alot of pakmade pistols/guns which seems like russian,chinese etc but you can only judge it by physical inspection..as already i mentioned that its chiense tt..and 30 years old pistol.thank you brother
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    This is beutiful stuff it is.. I plan on getting a TT once Licenses open.. I feel somewhat incomplete without it
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    AOA, What is the current price of black barrel Chinese TT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajjadjutt View Post
    aoa, what is the current price of black barrel chinese tt?
    35-40k.............
    Keep Calm & Carry One

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    AOA,
    Any friend here in this forum who recently bought full black Chinese 30TT. Please also share the current price of full black Chinese 30TT.
    Its really helps for those friends they want to buy Chinese tt but do not have any idea of price .and the main thing find the original one.it's such as a big task in my thinking.

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    Multiply the previous price with 2 to get your results....
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    No Doubt TT 33 is love <3 . Its my first and last love , its durable and tested in all situation . Best for self defense . Till now I have fired almost 70 80 rounds , and Alhamdullah no misfire or any other issue plus can count on it in all situation.
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    Pistol is catching up rust? Is it due to local oil? I use oil which is used in sewing machine from any hardware store? pls guide

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    Try purpose built gun oil like Brunox 3 in 1 gun oil. If you cannot find it then go for something like WD-40 Silicone Lubricant. Plz note it is not the same as normal WD-40 although in my opinion even normal wd-40 is better than locally made machine oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H Panni View Post
    Try purpose built gun oil like Brunox 3 in 1 gun oil. If you cannot find it then go for something like WD-40 Silicone Lubricant. Plz note it is not the same as normal WD-40 although in my opinion even normal wd-40 is better than locally made machine oil.
    WD-40 is bad for finishing and plastic parts.
    Keep Calm & Carry One

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakistanitoup View Post
    WD-40 is bad for finishing and plastic parts.
    The brunox which was my recommendation is tried and tested (by me so your mileage may vary) and the Silicon lubricant is not only not bad for plastics and rubbers but in fact it is good for them(protects and revitalizes). I just wanted to highlight the dubious quality of machine oils being sold nowadays rather then the appropriateness of WD-40 for this purpose.

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