Norinco Tokarev TT33 similar to?

Norinco Tokarev TT33 similar to?

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    Norinco Tokarev TT33 similar to?

    Twenty something years ago I bought a Chinese Norinco TT33 Tokarev, 4 1/2 barrel, 8 round, single stack, for 230.00. It has been very reliable.
    Upon receiving my ccw last month, I thought, hey this would be a good beater gun to keep in the truck, compared to my Glock 17 or Springfield micro. If it gets stolen, which I of course would rather not happen, I have gotten my 230.00 out of it.
    My question is: What Fobus paddle holster comes close to fitting this gun?
    It snaps in the 1911 Fobus I have now, but is kinda sloppy fitting.
    The closest I have see is the BERETTA 92F, holster.
    Anyone up for giving opinion?

    Thanks.


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    No takers after 24 hrs.

    Maybe i should be more embarrassed to own a Norinco.

    Just kidding

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    LoL I own one of these...nice gun in my opinion. Hmm I do not own a fobus holster for it but the really cheap beretta holsters do seem to fit it pretty well. That is basically what I ended up with in a shoulder rig. Holds it nicely and tightly.
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    I really like my Norinco 213. For $99 it was totally worth it! Mine I use as my glovebox gun. I keep it with one in the chamber at half-cock in a cheap nylon holster. I figure that if the need arises and I have to use it, half cock is much easier to full cock than trying to rack the slide especially in the close confines of a car. I may not have both hands available to rack it too.

    Since the grip is so narrow and can get slippery with the plastic grips I added a Hogue Jr. rubber grip which helps tremendously.

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