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Not yet. I just received it Tuesday afternoon and cleaned off the generous coating of cosmoline.

I expect it'll shoot about as well as my TTC-33 even though the trigger pull isn't as nice. I've got over 5K rounds of 7.62x25 so ammo isn't a problem.
 

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7.62x25 is plentiful, cheap, and it's a hot little bottle neck round. Looks like the price has creeped up to a whopping eleven cents a round so it's pretty easy to justify another caliber. I've got over 5K rounds so I'm set for a week or two. ;)

Here's a link for 7.62x25 ammo. You can find it cheaper if you look around.
http://www.jgsales.com/product_info.php/ammo-for-handguns/7-62x25-30-tokarev/p/7-62x25-polish-fmj-1260rd-in-can/cPath/25_28/products_id/3145

SOG has the Yugo M-57 pistols on sale for $189.00 which is a full $90.00 cheaper than J&G Sales.

SOG M-57
http://www.southernohiogun.com/yugo-md57-tt-tokarev-pistol-w-hol-ex-m-1.html
J&G Sales M-57 price
http://www.jgsales.com/product_info.php/p/yugo-tokarev-m57-tt%2C-7-62x25-m-57-pistol-very-good-condition/products_id/4432?osCsid=2e7ca292afa247fe875afdf98d9d9d20
 

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I can't afford to feed what I have now. Even with that as cheap as it is I still can't justify it. That may change in the future just not now. My brother used to have a 9mm Norinco version of it was a neat pistol definitely some Browning influence on it.
 

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Would Love to buy one at that price, but when you tack on that $50.00 ffl fee it starts to get out of budget. Same goes with the makarov I can only find them online although buddy just found a German at Great Southern and picked it up for 300.00, I wish we could go back to the $15.00 ffl fee that most dealers used to charg
 
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