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    Tula Toz 34E

    Dear brother
    i am looking for Tula Toz 34E
    i have searched all around from my contacts and could not find it
    if any of brother has the info about tula toz 34e kindly share it.


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    sounds its rare specie in our market
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    Frankly have no idea what it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laino View Post
    Frankly have no idea what it is
    http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/toz34.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afzaal View Post
    I know one guy who has it but he is not willing to sell it. I too have been searching for it for quiet some time.

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    Nice shotgun. 12Guage bro how would you rate a Tula semi-auto, the one we usually find here with the Baikal 153? Which one is better?

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    bro here everyone is keeping baikal baikal baikal,baikar,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger_happy78 View Post
    Nice shotgun. 12Guage bro how would you rate a Tula semi-auto, the one we usually find here with the Baikal 153? Which one is better?
    Bro, Tula semi automatics have nothing special to write home about. its their o/u line which always tickles my fancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12GAUGE View Post
    Bro, Tula semi automatics have nothing special to write home about. its their o/u line which always tickles my fancy.

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    So would you say that Tula O/U are better then Baikals???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger_happy78 View Post
    So would you say that Tula O/U are better then Baikals???
    Nopes. Tula as a company has never been a success. however one of their 70s designed was way too advanced for its time. we are infact talking about Toz34 which when was introduced was nothing short of space age design.

    you can see the same design/principle at work in the (30 years or so) later introduced browning cynergy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12GAUGE View Post
    I know one guy who has it but he is not willing to sell it. I too have been searching for it for quiet some time.

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    and my close relative got a virgin IJ-27e and don't use it either sell it
    thats the pity
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    Brother a friend of mine has a tula o/u but I am not sure if its the same model, however the gun has double trigger, black receiver, ejector. He bought it NIB last season and hasn't used it much. Last when I talked to my friend I learned that he had kept the gun with a dealer for sale, and according to Hyderabad's market I was getting it at a fair deal at 40K but had a bad cotton season so couldn't gather the courage to experiment. However after reading about 12guage's fancy I am starting to forget about the bad cotton season.

    P.S: unfortunately afzaal bro you are a bit far away otherwise you could have got it easily without a moment to wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaglyphical View Post
    However after reading about 12guage's fancy I am starting to forget about the bad cotton season.
    Lolz seems now you are interested to get it goodluck bro
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    Tula's Toz34 has always fascinated me. before we talk about this shotgun, lets talk a little about Tula's history and why the company didn't turn out to be a success.

    In the USSR days, every shotgun that Russia produced was exported under the brand name of Baikal. meaning, a shotgun produced either by Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod (TULA) or IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD (IMZ), would be sold as Baikal to the outside world.

    with the end of USSR and subsequent privatization of different state owned enterprises, Baikal name was shifted to IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD (IMZ) whereas Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod started started using Tula for its products.

    quality and durability wise, both companies are the same. in Russia, Baikal's biggest competitor is Tula however in the outside world, people are mostly familiar with the Baikal instead of Tula therefore it was only natural that Tula's sales greatly suffer as people opt to purchase the known name instead of an unknown product.

    Then came clever marketing as Remington sold Baikal as one of their inexpensive budget line. this made the outside world more aware of Baikals and as a result, Tulas exports dwindled even further.

    some say that Baikal's design is more conventional in nature. that means they are simple to manufacture hence are more reliable and durable and are easily repairable whereas Tula designs are more contemporary and follow more latest theme.

    Then comes Tulz Toz34, it was a revolutionary design back then in the 70s. infact, keeping todays scene in view, it is still a totally space age design. the barrel hinges on a curved lock instead traditional pin. this system ensure a much longer working life as more surface area is in contact. I could be wrong but I think the shotgun features striker fire system instead of traditional hammer system.

    some say that Browning Cynergy is base on Tulz Toz34. now what that tells you?

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    Thumbs up Toz 34r

    Dear Bro,
    for TOZ 34R contact me
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    Last edited by Rana Jee; 16-10-2012 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana Jee View Post
    Dear Bro,
    for TOZ 34R contact me
    Regards
    how can we contact you brother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAMSHIR KHATTAK View Post
    how can we contact you brother?
    R is simple non ejector shotgun if its ok with you than contact him.
    i would suggest ER version
    in pindi a guy had in nice condition but he was not in bargain mode and his fixed demand was 50k don't know if its still available with him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afzaal View Post
    R is simple non ejector shotgun if its ok with you than contact him.
    i would suggest ER version
    in pindi a guy had in nice condition but he was not in bargain mode and his fixed demand was 50k don't know if its still available with him...
    Brother i confused about R because in there website they only mention tula toz 34 for sample one weight 3.3 another one they mentioned toz 34 souviner has also the same weight.kindly little explain the R

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    Tula use R definition for Rubber recoil pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afzaal View Post
    Tula use R definition for Rubber recoil pad

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    Thanks for info

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