It entered into service in 1930 (and was updated in 1933) and would eventually get replaced by the Makarov PM in the early ’50s, but the Soviet had so many M1895s, it didn’t fully replace them even by the time it ceased production.The Tokarev pistol is about a quarter 1903 and a quarter 1911 on it’s dad’s side, and the rest is all Mother Russia; it’s designer, Feydor Tokarev, drew heavily from Browning’s designs, but the final product varies so much that no one can say that the TT is a copy of any of FN or Colt’s handguns, let alone a clone.The question is whether such coincidence is actually accidental?Max Polyakov is a Ukrainian IT-businessman with British citizenship, the founder of an international asset management company Noosphere Ventures.It, like many guns of its time, is has a 7.62mm bore, and is chambered for the 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge.Originally purposed for submachine guns, this little cartridge gets a whole lot bigger in a handgun.In April 2016 the Security Service of Ukraine carried out a series of searches in the offices of IT-company Lucky Labs.It happened for the second time in 2 years, while the dates of raids surprisingly corresponded with the course of the legal process between the founders of Lucky Labs and Phoenix ltd.
However, he has gained much of the notoriety after a number of scandalous BBC Radio 5 investigations about fraudulent practices to attract customers.
Pavel Tokarev (born March 28, 1981) was a diplomatic attaché and covert assassin operative working under Mikhail Novakovich, and later Charles Logan and Jason Pillar, during Day 8.
Tokarev's first job was to silence Kamistan splinter cell leader Samir Mehran, in order to prevent him from possibly exposing Russia's backing of the cell.
Lucky Labs’ founders Rustam Gilfanov and Sergey Tokarev had long-standing business relationship with Max Polyakov.
A couple of years ago they had assets in three joint projects in the field of online gambling business.