Are Tokarev pistols any good?
The pistol is reliable and as accurate as any Tokarev, and I can get 3.5-inch five-shot groups at 25 yards. However, I am not completely happy with a couple of the modifications. The pistol has a magazine safety that prevents the pistol from firing if the magazine is removed, and the safety is a lever on the slide.
Is M57 twin turbo?
The BMW M57 is a straight-6 diesel engine produced from 1998 up to 2013 in BMW’s upper Austrian engine plant in Steyr….
|Turbocharger||Single Garrett or BorgWarner twin-turbochargers with intercooler|
|Fuel system||Common rail direct injection|
Is M57 forged?
The rods are forged-steel and the pistons are cast-aluminum pieces with steel ring lands. The beam size of the M57’s factory forged-steel connecting rod is impressive, and helps explain why these engines can withstand 1,000 lb-ft of torque at the wheels.
How much HP can M57 handle?
With emissions system shortcomings and a few other weak links addressed, the platform has proven capable of supporting north of 700 hp at the wheels without the need for bottom-end upgrades.
Is the M57A suitable for competitive shooting?
It is not, however, appropriate for many competitive shoots because its bore diameter is too small. Typically, most competitions require a bore diameter at or in excess of .355”, and the bore diameter of the M57A is .308”.
Is the M-57 self-loading?
The M-57 is a self-loading, semi-automatic pistol that operates using a short recoil, locked breech design with a swinging under barrel link, much like the one seen on the Colt 1911. The M-57 is chambered for the 7.62 x 25mm Tokarev round.
Is the M57 Tokarev the most accurate gun ever?
At least you won’t miss your target, once you get the M57 Tokarev (A Yugoslavian military surplus classic) pointed in the right direction. As you’d expect from a semi-auto pistol based on John Moses Browning’s 1911, the Tokarev pistol is an amazingly accurate gun.
Is the Zastava M57 still in production?
This was an early take; Matthew’s nutritional supplements hadn’t kicked-in. The Zastava M57’s 7.62×25 round is still in production; a box (they also come in boxes) of 50 Russian-made cartridges runs $25.