My modified TT33

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My modified TT33

Postby tokfan » Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:28 pm

This is my latest TT33

Upgrades/Mods

> Trijicon night sights
> New firing pin, spring and moly retainer
> New chrome lined barrel (jeweled) - polished ramp, new recoil spring
> New trigger - (jeweled)
> New mags w/finger extensions, new mag release
> New African Rosewood grips
> New compensator
> Duracoat matte black finish

Next up - Custom G10 Sandstorm grips, modified MK fully adjustable rear sight

Love this gun....

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Re: My modified TT33

Postby fuzzy » Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:58 pm

Very nice. You have made it a great looking pistol without detracting from the gun. I'm really liking those wood grips.
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby tokfan » Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:28 pm

Thanks Fuzzy, I agree that its a great styled gun as it is...Simple and rugged. I will probably do a few more since I enjoy working on them.
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby msp1jpp » Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:19 pm

How did you do the mag extensions ? the TT looks great
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby fuzzy » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:26 pm

tokfan wrote:Thanks Fuzzy, I agree that its a great styled gun as it is...Simple and rugged. I will probably do a few more since I enjoy working on them.


I forgot to ask, does that compensator really work? I've thinking about putting one on mine as it looks badass with it.
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby tokfan » Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:32 pm

Thanks Guys...to answer a couple of questions

> The mag extensions are the easiest part of the upgrades. The factory mag plate slides off and these just slide on. There are two kinds out there, plastic and metal. I prefer (and used) the plastic for weight and lack of noise. here is the seller link http://www.vintagegungrips.net/ search for tokarev about $12 bucks a piece.

> Concerning the muzzle brake, I think it does help especially for rapid fire....... it may be as much the added muzzle weight or the brake itself - who knows. It will negatively effect night fire though but they are simple to slide on and off, no tools needed just put the factory bushing back in place if you want it off. Looks cool too.
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby fuzzy » Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:20 pm

How would it negatively affect night fire? As it is, the muzzle flash at night is just plain awesome!
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby spinks8824 » Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:43 pm

so which trijicon sights did you order and did you have to cut at all
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby tokfan » Mon Dec 24, 2012 11:14 am

Night fire is impeded by the flash upwards....distracting at least. The Trijicon sights are pin front (.45 Officer) and the rear (now changed to fully adjustable tru-dot) are HK - USP. I had fixed glock rear but missed the height, shot low.

The rear dovetail had to be widened considerably and hammer was modified to accommodate the front of the rear sight. Makes an accurate gun much more so.....
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Re: My modified TT33

Postby Kaw-pow » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:37 pm

Darn,, That is nice where did you get the grips?
That looks great
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