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Norinco TT Olympia .22LR

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Otony, Oct 28, 2009.

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    Otony West of the Blues Member

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    These are a pretty neat plinker patterned identically after the Walther Olympias of the 1930s. The Oympias were later built for many years by Hammerli. If you look closely, you will see that S&W didn't go very far from this design when planning their Model 41. In fact you can fit a Model 41 magazine to a Norinco Olympia quite easily.

    Semi-auto, 8 round capacity magazine. Very, very, very reliable. I have never had a jam or misfire, and accuracy is quite good. Blue with mystery wood grips (Chinese walnut?).

    These are sort of rare, but have a well deserved internet reputation for build quality, accuracy, etc. Only negative I have ever seen was the rear sight screws can come out and are hard to replace. Well that is what LocTite is for.

    I have an orginal box, manual, target weight, pistol, and one magazine. Asking $275 FTF, $285 shipped.

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    Otony West of the Blues Member

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