Deadlock Tokarev tt 33 - Gun Restoration

Pubblicato il 28 ago 2019
This time i have restored super rusty tokarev tt 33 gun restoration, this pistol was very rusty and deadlock and was not easy to restore but i did hard work for this impressive restoration, I use modern techniques for this gun restoration , Now im going to shortly explain about those operation which i done.
Electrolysis Rust Removal
I used electrolysis tank, 4 iron roads , DC power supply [ Standard Battery charger ] , Sodium bicarbonate, and distilled water for electrolysis rust removal. first i put water in tanks then add 2 tea pones of sodium bicarbonate . i adjust current and voltage at V=12 , A=1.
Gun Bluing
Gun Bluing is very important part of this video because gun part bluing is necessary to get rid corrosion. there are different method of gun bluing but i choose hot black oxide, this hot black oxide process is difficult but durable the cold bluing, i used anodic metal clear for black oxide gun.
Mirror Polish
Mirror Polish a gun is very easy, I used white compound , cotton wheel, abrasive wheel, steel wire wheel and bench grinder for mirror polishing pistol barrel and body and result is front of you.
Deadlock Tokarev tt 33 - Gun Restoration
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  • Great job.

  • first 7 seconds best part of the video

  • 94/5000 please could you restore an A-10 Warthog Gatling GAU-8 30mm Cannon next time

  • I just watched a video same thumb nail same ending same intro but the other one was posted first

    • Okay I understand

    • That’s great I recorded this video and upload on my channel and other one post before me fantastic woooooo

  • Nice job!

  • Dude I wouldn’t even trust holding that gun how rusty it was if u shot it like that the whole thing would just fall apart 😂

  • This is amazing! Finally someone with hairier hands than me

  • Jesus is the only way truth and the life john 14:6

  • What if it was a bullet still in the chamber?

  • Wonderfull 😍😍😍😍😍

  • I can’t be the only one who laughed at pp resin

  • Wow, excellent job especially when you consider how badly corroded and rusted it was. Recoil spring could use replacing though but wonderful job. Where on earth did you find it? It must have been quite wet wherever you found it for it to be in that rusted condition.

  • What's he pouring in the bucket need answers this is fuuN

  • I hope this comment would have its heart too, and a reply 😅

  • We’ll done ✅

  • You should change the recoil spring, it’s way too weak! The slide comes forward incredibly slowly. Also, you forgot to lubricate it. Without lubrication your gun will overheat and get damaged over time. Also, you should change the barrel. An old barrel can easily shatter and probably hurt the shooter.

  • Does it work? Very impressive work btw

  • Wow top Gun 😎😎😎👍👍👍

  • Please help me

  • Bro ya anodic kahan sa milta hain

  • Does the one thing you're not supposed to do. Looks down barrel. Then again it is rusted so it wouldn't fire. Just don't do this with a working one

  • Броо... Ты красава!!! ТТшник так отреставрировпть... Интересно сколько на нем висяков?!))))

  • Why not test it? Thumbs up still although im not fulfilled lol

  • How does a video like this get disliked?

    • @GamingMaster i doubt thats the reason

    • maybe because he is an infidel

  • No to guns. Yes to swords.

  • Awesome!

  • nice work, but the plastic grips are not nice

    • Youd think,with the high standard of copying.theyd do some banging grip accessories

    • Standard grips. Not like the u.s where u can get custom made ones.

  • Umm hope no kids under 10 watch this

  • Old, rusted guns are absolutely beautiful to look at. Something about them just amazes me.

  • Hey iron man restoration how did you get the back plate on the handles or how did you mount the grips of you didn’t do the back plate

  • Ready for isis..

  • No shooting at the end... :( You should've put at least couple of rounds through it.

  • What did you do with it after you restored it?

  • The rust dissolving fluid is where I would have forgotten it due to distractions lol. I’m curious what all you had to purchase that wasn’t salvaged?

  • Outstanding job considering the limited tools you have. It never ceases to amaze me how good the quality of the steel is in the old Soviet Bloc weapons. I’m sure the inside of the barrel is pitted and the rifling is gone. With a new rear sight though and a new barrel. I am 100 percent sure this old girl would spit lead very well. Also remember some of these were chambered in the 7.62 x 25. Those were on par with a .357 magnum and then some. All in all an excellent restoration job.

  • Will you make a video of you firing it?

  • Come on no rust pits

  • Silas atîs yapiyormu

  • 😎

  • bye