surplus dried up almost immediately following the tokarev craze when people started realizing that they could shoot a centerfire at the price of rimfire ammo.
7.62 tokarev conversions were offered for everything from AR15s to 1911s to Sterling Carbines. a while back I purchased chamber adapters for mosin nagants and enfields to be able to single fire tokarev ammo. but once all these consumer products came out they already flimsy supply of it dried up since importers were not expecting a surge in demand. tokarev ammo started showing up again about 6 months later but at prices comparable to 9mm and the last time I checked it was about neck and neck with 7.62x39 prices.
the tokarev train has sailed sadly enough and I don't think it plans on every returning.
all guns lost in a tragic smelting accident.
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