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Zastava M70A Tokarev Type Semi-Auto Pistol, Cal. 9x19mm

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Product Specs Caliber 9mm Luger / Parabellum Comes with a spare 9 rd. mag. Barrel: 4.5", Overall: 7.75", Weight: 1.7 lbs. Not available for sale in CA. Condition: New.
Caliber 9mm
Gauge Other
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Zastava M70A Tokarev Type Semi-Auto Pistol, Cal. 9x19mm

Availability: Out of stock

    |    Item #: HGN-M70A-9MM    |    


Made in the famous Zastava factory in Serbia., the M70A uses the popular 9x19mm round. Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety Read More
Zastava M70A Tokarev Type Semi-Auto Pistol, Cal. 9x19mm Made in the famous Zastava factory in Serbia., the M70A uses the popular 9x19mm round. Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety
249.99
$249.99

Brutus' Description

Made in the famous Zastava factory in Serbia., the M70A uses the popular 9x19mm round. Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety! Built to exacting military specifications, these solid steel pistols are simple to field strip and a dream to clean! Comes with a spare 9 rd. mag. Barrel: 4.5", Overall: 7.75", Weight: 1.7 lbs. Not available for sale in CA. Condition: New.

Manufacturer's Description

Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety

Additional Information

Product Specs Caliber 9mm Luger / Parabellum Comes with a spare 9 rd. mag. Barrel: 4.5", Overall: 7.75", Weight: 1.7 lbs. Not available for sale in CA. Condition: New.
Caliber 9mm
Gauge Other
Free Shipping Yes

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overall: great gun
Review by Mike on 7/11/14
Quality
Purchased this one not too long ago and was pleased. My only real complaint is the fixed sights, but I was plinking everything from 25 and 50 meters with an average 3.5" shot group on paper further out.

Excellent for the price. Came with 2 mags, cleaning brush and customized hardshell case. The gun itself is built like a tank. There is definitely a "break-in" period for it.

The ergonomics are incredible. I have big hands so I am very picky about this. The trigger pull is a crisp 8.5 poinds, but I kinda like it that way.

Easy field strip, easy functioning, great price... This makes an excellent first handgun to beginners, a fun shoot for the intermediate and a neat conversation piece for all others as it is, not military surplus, but a clone of the 7.62x25 Tokarev that the Soviets have used since the 1940's and variants are still used around the world today.
Follow-On about Magazines
Review by Tedd on 6/23/14
Quality
My M70A came with one magazine that was very difficult to remove. The width at the rear base was 5-7 mils wider than at the top near the feed lips. I used a vise to gently squeeze the walls of the magazine at the rear 90 degree corners near the base while checking the fit in the magazine well. Worked so well I did the other mag. Both extract easily now.
Pretty Good
Review by Ben on 6/21/14
Quality
Just got it today and im loving it already. Nice smooth action and 2 MAGS right out of the box. Only problem I have so far is that the rear sight looks like painted brass and not steel, but hay 250 for a 9mm tt33. Sold all day.
Just right, just enough
Review by Derf on 5/27/14
Quality
You want a handgun that will save your life ? Buy the m70 . You want to have some bling to look cool get something else. The m70 was built for war. And not made by the lowest bidder.
Zastava M70a
Review by Douglas on 5/19/14
Quality
I picked this pistol up and the blues finish was nice. There was a good bit of grit and rough machining marks upon inspection. The mags seem to be a problem as far as obtaining spares. I have 500 rounds (fmj,jhp,wadcutter, etc...) no malfunctions of any kind. 2 day free shipping, thanks Classic!
Great pistol for the money
Review by Anthony on 3/19/14
Quality
I got great service and fast delivery even in the worst winter snow storms in the northeast.I received the pistol from my FFl agent and was surprised at the fit and finish of the pistols exterior. The internals were a little rough not finished like US pistol but that was to be expected. I work at a range and put the gun though a battery of tests. It shot every thing from 115gr to 147gr hardball and hollow points standard and +p and not one problem. Great pistol for the money,I m glad it came out in 9mm. Thanks again Classic Arms ,always comes though with availability and great service and prices.
9mm + Tokarev = Fantastic Range Day
Review by Lucas on 3/19/14
Quality
This was my first purchase from Classic and I am very pleased by the transaction. Shipping and packaging were outstanding. The pistol arrived with all advertised accessories and in a plastic case that other companies do not offer.

I was pleased with the fit and finish. For the price I was unsure what to expect. This is essentially a new surplus firearm, my favorite kind of gun to blast with at the range or take on camping trips. The crown of the barrel had a slight mark on it but it doesn't seem to effect the accuracy. The gun disassembles remarkably easy.

When I took the gun to the range it functioned perfectly but I will advise that you need to wear a hat and eye protection when you shoot this. It ejects the empty cases straight back and I had some pretty awesome black smudges on my forehead after four magazines of shooting. Accuracy was acceptable. It grouped well at 25 yards but seemed to drop all of the rounds about 6 inches low. This is something I can probably fix or I'll try different ammunition. I was using 115gr Federal.

I took off one star since the gun loves to pelt me in the forehead with empty cases. Also the gun comes with two magazines and replacement/spare magazines are either ridiculously priced ($50 on gunbroker) or non-existent. If you want a Tokarev that shoots ammo you can find at any shop, this is an easy gun to "add to cart".
Nice for the price!
Review by Stanley on 3/6/14
Quality
Fit and finish on the Zastava M70-A were a pleasant surprise. Outside looks and feels great. Inside is a little rough, as in, if you like cleaning your pistol with a Q-tip, be prepared to dig out all the little cotton fibers it snags. Fairly quick remedy with some 1500 grit paper on the inside of the frame and mag well. It came heavily oiled but disassembled quickly and cleaned all that out. Then re-lubed and took it to the range. Function tested perfectly and swallowed everything I fed it. Out of the box POI was 8 inch low and 4 inch right. The 6 inch sight radius makes it easy to calculate adjustments. Adjusted .040 for windage and ground .080 off the front sight and is now printing inside a 3 inch black at 50 feet. Slide release worked stiffer with one of the mags and discovered this was due to a burr on the follower. The other mag had minor catch and release issues which was found to be a burr in the slot on the mag tube. Also found a sharp spot on the slide serrations by the safety cut-out that would catch my gloves. These all polished off well with a Dremel. Spent a little more time dehorning and deburring and am now very happy with it.

Overall I am very pleased with this purchase. The gun has a solid feel. With the single stack magazine it is slim but comfortable. It function tested perfectly with all ammo types. It is as accurate as I can be with a pistol. It "ain't no" Sig but then it didn't cost $1,000 either. Be prepared to put a little TLC into it to make it your own. I can easily see this becoming my "go to" piece.
Impressive for the Price
Review by Tedd on 3/4/14
Quality
First, CF customer service responded well when I called and explained shipment was weather delayed. M70A is becoming a favorite. After first magazine, no feed, fire, or ejection failures thru 200 rds. Consistently hits point of aim about 4" low at 25'. Breakdown and cleaning easy. Fits my medium sized hands well - feels like a 1911 on a diet. Surprised at short trigger travel and crisp break. Fit, finish, design, and performance better than price would lead you to believe.
great gun
Review by Dave on 2/21/14
Quality
I have not had a chance to shoot this pistol yet,but finish is great. Clips drop out fine. Do not fall completely out, but drop enough to easily pull out. Will update after I get a chance to shoot
Cool pistol
Review by ZE on 2/9/14
Quality
This is a really good looking and good feeling pistol. It came very clean with a little heavy oil here and there but my initial cleaning was very easy. I love the way it feels - heavy steel gun, comfortable feel in the hand and mechanically sound. I'm going to get the M88A compact version too as soon as it comes in stock. For an extra cool 9mm pistol for $250 you cant go wrong.
Great buy, sorry I used the other guy
Review by Nick on 1/27/14
Quality
I purchased one of these firearms from another well known retailer online... I wont name any names, and I also will never order from anyone but Classic Firearms again. The only reason I ordered from another company was that Classic was out of stock at the time. Classic Firearm's shipping of several Mosins and pistols I have ordered previously was easily 4 times faster than with the other site. I decided to do a review on here anyways because I really like this company, and enjoy the products they sell. I would absolutely buy them all if I could. Anyways a short review of my Zastava- So far I have put 250 rounds of brass, steel, and hollow points (hornaday) through it. My particular pistol is accurate and shoots point of aim out to about 30 feet. Past that distance it shoots low and left, although it could be the slightly unusual grip angle. The only issue I have had with the pistol is that with one of the magazines, the first round would not chamber all the way every time. I put the two mags side by side and saw that on of the followers was bent in a different manner than the other, a little work with pliers fixed the issue. The weapon itself is quite nice looking externally, machining looked just fine to me on the inside. The Zastava feels good in the hand, it is very slim. The manual safety works just fine and blocks the firing pin when it is fully engaged. The trigger is not bad at all, mine was comparable to a GI 1911 trigger, only slightly heavier. I do not hesitate to carry this weapon concealed, as it conceals fairly well. Recoil is minimal, it is reliable, this weapon has a cool story (with its Tokarev relatives), it is sturdy. I would be hard pressed to find a more solid pistol for this price. My only concern is that hopefully century will be able to obtain spare magazines for this thing soon. I am fairly certain they will, and when they do I will be buying my fare share from Classic Firearms.
I definitely recommend this pistol; it is very enjoyable to shoot and does its job well.
great pistol and not just because it is inexpensive
Review by Dooby on 8/16/13
Quality
I have had my M70A for about three months now. As of today I have put 1000 rounds through it with zero malfunctions of any kind. For the first 100 rounds, the trigger was so stiff I sometimes wondered if I had left the safety on! It was stiff! Then I did a "bubba trigger job" on it by pressing forward on the hammer while pulling the trigger. Smoothed up very well. As of today, I removed the hammer/sear assembly and carefully polished the sear. I now have a 5 pound trigger with just the slightest nuance of the two-stage trigger effect remaining. I could certainly get the trigger lighter, but this is perfectly adequate in a self defense pistol imho, and it actually feels lighter than that. There is now almost no overtravel as well. Total time, 20 minutes with 2000 grit sandpaper. I have spent hundreds of dollars more on pistols that have been nowhere near as reliable. I have shot 60 grain bullets, hardball, and hollow points. All have fed perfectly by this fine pistol. I am actively looking for another one. Get one while you can!
review does not stick??
Review by Reinhard on 4/4/13
Quality
You can't go wrong by purchasing this gun for that price. Sure, it is a little rough around the edges. I had to polish the feed ramp , adjust the sights and fill a small gap between the grip and the frame since the grip panel was a bit shaky. The gun conceals pretty well since it is very flat. I have no problem, carrying that gun in condition 2 (cocked and locked with a round in the chamber) since the safety is not one of those "after the fact" kind of things. The safety blocks the hammer from hitting the firing pin, when engaged and can be disengaged very smoothly during draw. It takes getting used to it though, since it works in the opposite direction compared to other guns.
Unfortunately I was not able to get any spare magazines so far. It comes with 2 but I would like to have at least 2 more.
Anyway not a bad shooter, handled +p+ loads pretty well, without falling apart.
not bad
Review by Reinhard on 4/4/13
Quality
You can't go wrong by purchasing this gun for that price. Sure, it is a little rough around the edges. I had to polish the feed ramp , adjust the sights and fill a small gap between the grip and the frame since the grip panel was a bit shaky. The gun conceals pretty well since it is very flat. I have no problem, carrying that gun in condition 2 (cocked and locked with a round in the chamber) since the safety is not one of those "after the fact" kind of things. The safety blocks the hammer from hitting the firing pin, when engaged and can be disengaged very smoothly during draw. It takes getting used to it though, since it works in the opposite direction compared to other guns.
Unfortunately I was not able to get any spare magazines so far. It comes with 2 but I would like to have at least 2 more.
Anyway not a bad shooter, handled +p+ loads pretty well, without falling apart.
Good all around pistol
Review by Anthony on 3/18/13
Quality
Purchased handgun during the eating frenzy. Classic Arms shipped in good time. Shoots very well with no jams or problems. Fits great in your hand and has a good feel. Only issue is the sights are off. Classic Arms is GREAT to do business with. Just bought another gun from them and the prices are great.
Almost Perfect Out of the Box
Review by Steve on 2/14/13
Quality
First of all, I want to thank Classic for providing such fine service. Ive purchased 9 guns from them and each transaction has been a delight. The gun...on first impressions I was a little surprised with how rough "raw" the pistol looked and felt. But because it was not a very expensive gun, I was brave enough to do some of my own fluff and buff with sand paper and stones. What started as an ugly duckling is now my favorite swan. Took a bit of work to smooth out all the important surfaces (and even some of the non-important ones too), but the result is extremely rewarding. I love the simplicity of the design and the way it feels in the hand when making bang noises. The single stack mag makes the gun nice and slim. The gun is accurate and just darn fun to shoot. Glad that Zastava is producing a Tokarev chambered in 9mm Luger.
Nice pistol!
Review by Dan on 2/2/13
Quality
Just received my M70A from the Classic team. My third purchase from them and I,m never disappointed. The gun is first rate quality, was packed well, and the shipping was quick for the volume that Classic has going right now. The guys at the local gun shop thought the gun was nice. Thanks Classic for the great products and customer service!
  • Description
  • Brutus' Description

    Made in the famous Zastava factory in Serbia., the M70A uses the popular 9x19mm round. Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety! Built to exacting military specifications, these solid steel pistols are simple to field strip and a dream to clean! Comes with a spare 9 rd. mag. Barrel: 4.5", Overall: 7.75", Weight: 1.7 lbs. Not available for sale in CA. Condition: New.

    Manufacturer's Description

    Based on the famous Soviet TT design with additional features, like a 9 rd. mag. (vs 8 in the original TT), and a butter-smooth factory installed thumb safety
  • Specifications
  • Additional Information

    Product Specs Caliber 9mm Luger / Parabellum Comes with a spare 9 rd. mag. Barrel: 4.5", Overall: 7.75", Weight: 1.7 lbs. Not available for sale in CA. Condition: New.
    Caliber 9mm
    Gauge Other
    Free Shipping Yes
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    overall: great gun
    Review by Mike on 7/11/14
    Quality
    Purchased this one not too long ago and was pleased. My only real complaint is the fixed sights, but I was plinking everything from 25 and 50 meters with an average 3.5" shot group on paper further out.

    Excellent for the price. Came with 2 mags, cleaning brush and customized hardshell case. The gun itself is built like a tank. There is definitely a "break-in" period for it.

    The ergonomics are incredible. I have big hands so I am very picky about this. The trigger pull is a crisp 8.5 poinds, but I kinda like it that way.

    Easy field strip, easy functioning, great price... This makes an excellent first handgun to beginners, a fun shoot for the intermediate and a neat conversation piece for all others as it is, not military surplus, but a clone of the 7.62x25 Tokarev that the Soviets have used since the 1940's and variants are still used around the world today.
    Follow-On about Magazines
    Review by Tedd on 6/23/14
    Quality
    My M70A came with one magazine that was very difficult to remove. The width at the rear base was 5-7 mils wider than at the top near the feed lips. I used a vise to gently squeeze the walls of the magazine at the rear 90 degree corners near the base while checking the fit in the magazine well. Worked so well I did the other mag. Both extract easily now.
    Pretty Good
    Review by Ben on 6/21/14
    Quality
    Just got it today and im loving it already. Nice smooth action and 2 MAGS right out of the box. Only problem I have so far is that the rear sight looks like painted brass and not steel, but hay 250 for a 9mm tt33. Sold all day.
    Just right, just enough
    Review by Derf on 5/27/14
    Quality
    You want a handgun that will save your life ? Buy the m70 . You want to have some bling to look cool get something else. The m70 was built for war. And not made by the lowest bidder.
    Zastava M70a
    Review by Douglas on 5/19/14
    Quality
    I picked this pistol up and the blues finish was nice. There was a good bit of grit and rough machining marks upon inspection. The mags seem to be a problem as far as obtaining spares. I have 500 rounds (fmj,jhp,wadcutter, etc...) no malfunctions of any kind. 2 day free shipping, thanks Classic!
    Great pistol for the money
    Review by Anthony on 3/19/14
    Quality
    I got great service and fast delivery even in the worst winter snow storms in the northeast.I received the pistol from my FFl agent and was surprised at the fit and finish of the pistols exterior. The internals were a little rough not finished like US pistol but that was to be expected. I work at a range and put the gun though a battery of tests. It shot every thing from 115gr to 147gr hardball and hollow points standard and +p and not one problem. Great pistol for the money,I m glad it came out in 9mm. Thanks again Classic Arms ,always comes though with availability and great service and prices.
    9mm + Tokarev = Fantastic Range Day
    Review by Lucas on 3/19/14
    Quality
    This was my first purchase from Classic and I am very pleased by the transaction. Shipping and packaging were outstanding. The pistol arrived with all advertised accessories and in a plastic case that other companies do not offer.

    I was pleased with the fit and finish. For the price I was unsure what to expect. This is essentially a new surplus firearm, my favorite kind of gun to blast with at the range or take on camping trips. The crown of the barrel had a slight mark on it but it doesn't seem to effect the accuracy. The gun disassembles remarkably easy.

    When I took the gun to the range it functioned perfectly but I will advise that you need to wear a hat and eye protection when you shoot this. It ejects the empty cases straight back and I had some pretty awesome black smudges on my forehead after four magazines of shooting. Accuracy was acceptable. It grouped well at 25 yards but seemed to drop all of the rounds about 6 inches low. This is something I can probably fix or I'll try different ammunition. I was using 115gr Federal.

    I took off one star since the gun loves to pelt me in the forehead with empty cases. Also the gun comes with two magazines and replacement/spare magazines are either ridiculously priced ($50 on gunbroker) or non-existent. If you want a Tokarev that shoots ammo you can find at any shop, this is an easy gun to "add to cart".
    Nice for the price!
    Review by Stanley on 3/6/14
    Quality
    Fit and finish on the Zastava M70-A were a pleasant surprise. Outside looks and feels great. Inside is a little rough, as in, if you like cleaning your pistol with a Q-tip, be prepared to dig out all the little cotton fibers it snags. Fairly quick remedy with some 1500 grit paper on the inside of the frame and mag well. It came heavily oiled but disassembled quickly and cleaned all that out. Then re-lubed and took it to the range. Function tested perfectly and swallowed everything I fed it. Out of the box POI was 8 inch low and 4 inch right. The 6 inch sight radius makes it easy to calculate adjustments. Adjusted .040 for windage and ground .080 off the front sight and is now printing inside a 3 inch black at 50 feet. Slide release worked stiffer with one of the mags and discovered this was due to a burr on the follower. The other mag had minor catch and release issues which was found to be a burr in the slot on the mag tube. Also found a sharp spot on the slide serrations by the safety cut-out that would catch my gloves. These all polished off well with a Dremel. Spent a little more time dehorning and deburring and am now very happy with it.

    Overall I am very pleased with this purchase. The gun has a solid feel. With the single stack magazine it is slim but comfortable. It function tested perfectly with all ammo types. It is as accurate as I can be with a pistol. It "ain't no" Sig but then it didn't cost $1,000 either. Be prepared to put a little TLC into it to make it your own. I can easily see this becoming my "go to" piece.
    Impressive for the Price
    Review by Tedd on 3/4/14
    Quality
    First, CF customer service responded well when I called and explained shipment was weather delayed. M70A is becoming a favorite. After first magazine, no feed, fire, or ejection failures thru 200 rds. Consistently hits point of aim about 4" low at 25'. Breakdown and cleaning easy. Fits my medium sized hands well - feels like a 1911 on a diet. Surprised at short trigger travel and crisp break. Fit, finish, design, and performance better than price would lead you to believe.
    great gun
    Review by Dave on 2/21/14
    Quality
    I have not had a chance to shoot this pistol yet,but finish is great. Clips drop out fine. Do not fall completely out, but drop enough to easily pull out. Will update after I get a chance to shoot
    Cool pistol
    Review by ZE on 2/9/14
    Quality
    This is a really good looking and good feeling pistol. It came very clean with a little heavy oil here and there but my initial cleaning was very easy. I love the way it feels - heavy steel gun, comfortable feel in the hand and mechanically sound. I'm going to get the M88A compact version too as soon as it comes in stock. For an extra cool 9mm pistol for $250 you cant go wrong.
    Great buy, sorry I used the other guy
    Review by Nick on 1/27/14
    Quality
    I purchased one of these firearms from another well known retailer online... I wont name any names, and I also will never order from anyone but Classic Firearms again. The only reason I ordered from another company was that Classic was out of stock at the time. Classic Firearm's shipping of several Mosins and pistols I have ordered previously was easily 4 times faster than with the other site. I decided to do a review on here anyways because I really like this company, and enjoy the products they sell. I would absolutely buy them all if I could. Anyways a short review of my Zastava- So far I have put 250 rounds of brass, steel, and hollow points (hornaday) through it. My particular pistol is accurate and shoots point of aim out to about 30 feet. Past that distance it shoots low and left, although it could be the slightly unusual grip angle. The only issue I have had with the pistol is that with one of the magazines, the first round would not chamber all the way every time. I put the two mags side by side and saw that on of the followers was bent in a different manner than the other, a little work with pliers fixed the issue. The weapon itself is quite nice looking externally, machining looked just fine to me on the inside. The Zastava feels good in the hand, it is very slim. The manual safety works just fine and blocks the firing pin when it is fully engaged. The trigger is not bad at all, mine was comparable to a GI 1911 trigger, only slightly heavier. I do not hesitate to carry this weapon concealed, as it conceals fairly well. Recoil is minimal, it is reliable, this weapon has a cool story (with its Tokarev relatives), it is sturdy. I would be hard pressed to find a more solid pistol for this price. My only concern is that hopefully century will be able to obtain spare magazines for this thing soon. I am fairly certain they will, and when they do I will be buying my fare share from Classic Firearms.
    I definitely recommend this pistol; it is very enjoyable to shoot and does its job well.
    great pistol and not just because it is inexpensive
    Review by Dooby on 8/16/13
    Quality
    I have had my M70A for about three months now. As of today I have put 1000 rounds through it with zero malfunctions of any kind. For the first 100 rounds, the trigger was so stiff I sometimes wondered if I had left the safety on! It was stiff! Then I did a "bubba trigger job" on it by pressing forward on the hammer while pulling the trigger. Smoothed up very well. As of today, I removed the hammer/sear assembly and carefully polished the sear. I now have a 5 pound trigger with just the slightest nuance of the two-stage trigger effect remaining. I could certainly get the trigger lighter, but this is perfectly adequate in a self defense pistol imho, and it actually feels lighter than that. There is now almost no overtravel as well. Total time, 20 minutes with 2000 grit sandpaper. I have spent hundreds of dollars more on pistols that have been nowhere near as reliable. I have shot 60 grain bullets, hardball, and hollow points. All have fed perfectly by this fine pistol. I am actively looking for another one. Get one while you can!
    review does not stick??
    Review by Reinhard on 4/4/13
    Quality
    You can't go wrong by purchasing this gun for that price. Sure, it is a little rough around the edges. I had to polish the feed ramp , adjust the sights and fill a small gap between the grip and the frame since the grip panel was a bit shaky. The gun conceals pretty well since it is very flat. I have no problem, carrying that gun in condition 2 (cocked and locked with a round in the chamber) since the safety is not one of those "after the fact" kind of things. The safety blocks the hammer from hitting the firing pin, when engaged and can be disengaged very smoothly during draw. It takes getting used to it though, since it works in the opposite direction compared to other guns.
    Unfortunately I was not able to get any spare magazines so far. It comes with 2 but I would like to have at least 2 more.
    Anyway not a bad shooter, handled +p+ loads pretty well, without falling apart.
    not bad
    Review by Reinhard on 4/4/13
    Quality
    You can't go wrong by purchasing this gun for that price. Sure, it is a little rough around the edges. I had to polish the feed ramp , adjust the sights and fill a small gap between the grip and the frame since the grip panel was a bit shaky. The gun conceals pretty well since it is very flat. I have no problem, carrying that gun in condition 2 (cocked and locked with a round in the chamber) since the safety is not one of those "after the fact" kind of things. The safety blocks the hammer from hitting the firing pin, when engaged and can be disengaged very smoothly during draw. It takes getting used to it though, since it works in the opposite direction compared to other guns.
    Unfortunately I was not able to get any spare magazines so far. It comes with 2 but I would like to have at least 2 more.
    Anyway not a bad shooter, handled +p+ loads pretty well, without falling apart.
    Good all around pistol
    Review by Anthony on 3/18/13
    Quality
    Purchased handgun during the eating frenzy. Classic Arms shipped in good time. Shoots very well with no jams or problems. Fits great in your hand and has a good feel. Only issue is the sights are off. Classic Arms is GREAT to do business with. Just bought another gun from them and the prices are great.
    Almost Perfect Out of the Box
    Review by Steve on 2/14/13
    Quality
    First of all, I want to thank Classic for providing such fine service. Ive purchased 9 guns from them and each transaction has been a delight. The gun...on first impressions I was a little surprised with how rough "raw" the pistol looked and felt. But because it was not a very expensive gun, I was brave enough to do some of my own fluff and buff with sand paper and stones. What started as an ugly duckling is now my favorite swan. Took a bit of work to smooth out all the important surfaces (and even some of the non-important ones too), but the result is extremely rewarding. I love the simplicity of the design and the way it feels in the hand when making bang noises. The single stack mag makes the gun nice and slim. The gun is accurate and just darn fun to shoot. Glad that Zastava is producing a Tokarev chambered in 9mm Luger.
    Nice pistol!
    Review by Dan on 2/2/13
    Quality
    Just received my M70A from the Classic team. My third purchase from them and I,m never disappointed. The gun is first rate quality, was packed well, and the shipping was quick for the volume that Classic has going right now. The guys at the local gun shop thought the gun was nice. Thanks Classic for the great products and customer service!