The Tokarev TTC is a Romanian copy of the TT-33, a pistol used by the Soviet Red Army and police from the 1930's through the 1970's. The reliable Tokarev TTC is a short recoil-operated, locked-breech pistol that's easy to maintain. It uses Browning swinging link system, borrowed from the Colt M1911 pistol, modified to simplify production. The single-action trigger has no safeties, other than disconnector to prevent out-of-battery fire and a half-cock notch on the hammer. The hammer unit was made as a single unit, making it easily detachable for cleaning and maintenance. This Romanian-made pistol is part of a lot of smoke exposed firearms, but it does not appear to show any damage beyond normal wear and tear. The handgun features a fixed blade front sight with a rear notch and an 8-round magazine. Its grips and bore are in good condition and its metal is in fair condition.